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FIRST LOOK: New Attraction Poster Revealed for Snow White’s Enchanted Wish at Disneyland

Snow White’s Scary Adventures has undergone a magical reimagination during the closure of Disneyland Park and is now known as “Snow White’s Enchanted Wish.” With these changes announced in December, we now have a first look at a new poster for the reimagined attraction.

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While visiting Disneyland Resort today, something new within the Disneyland Park gates caught our eye.

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This new poster invites Guests to “Celebrate the timeless tale” of Snow White’s Enchanted Wish, the reimagined ride in Fantasyland.

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The poster has Snow White dancing around with Sneezy, Dopey, and the rest of the Seven Dwarfs.

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A tunnel that brings you into Disneyland Park now features the poster alongside others for attractions such as Star Tours and Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.

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Snow White’s Enchanted Wish will open with Disneyland on April 30th. Are you excited to see its debut? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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Brian Ballone
Brian Ballone
6 months ago

I will not be there to experience it in person but I am certainly very eager to have an open mind to this redesigned attraction as I experience it (hopefully) as a POV on YouTube!

Ahnsael
Ahnsael
6 months ago
Reply to  Brian Ballone

Same here. I live in Nevada (and closer than some Californians, and our restrictions are still pretty strict even as we allow businesses to open at 50% capacity), so I won’t be able to visit.

But I like what I’ve seen about this redesign, and will likely join you on YouTube to see the new version when it reopens.