PHOTOS: New “Cinderella” and “Peter Pan” Character Bus Wraps Arrive at Walt Disney World

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The newest Disney Transport character wrap bus has arrived and if you don’t hurry, it might just turn into a pumpkin! This royal blue bus features Cinderella in her magic carriage, led by a fleet of royal horses (who totally aren’t mice or anything.)

In the rear of the bus, you see Cinderella peering out of her carriage as she makes her way over to the castle. Soon, you’ll also be able to board one of these Wi-Fi enabled coaches to the Magic Kingdom once these are introduced to the fleet.

Another Fantasyland addition to the bus fleet includes this Peter Pan bus, which we initially saw rolled out over the weekend. It features Peter Pan and Tinker Bell soaring high above Neverland, sprinkling pixie dust below them.

Similar to the buses featuring the sensational six, these buses have new blue seats and laminate floors throughout. Some of the buses also have their very own free Wi-Fi networks, plus USB charging ports conveniently located between seats, so you can re-charge your devices and not miss a moment of capturing and sharing your Disney vacation memories.

You can also check out photos of the recent Figment, “Monsters, Inc.” and Toy Story bus wraps, in case you missed them. Other additions to the Disney character buses include Dumbo as well as Rocket and Groot from “Guardians of the Galaxy”.

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Does this motorCOACH have more HORSEpower than the other buses?


It’s fueled by a more environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline. It’s called magic, I believe.