Tim W

Published: December 16, 2008 at 3:11 PM

It looks so cool. much better than the dolls that didn't even look like the characters.
Alan Puscus

Published: December 16, 2008 at 5:27 PM

Thanks again for the amazing photos you take Robert.
Disneyland will always be a special and timeless place because of little gems like this and dozens of other treasures they have hidden throughout the park.

Next time I visit DCA I'll have to stop in and check it out.(Ha Ha, I think I'm the only one who likes DCA better).

James Rao

Published: December 16, 2008 at 5:32 PM

I have no problem with this revamped attraction. The change of pace from the normal ride-stylings of a theme park is nice, and actually requiring people to walk could be beneficial to the overall health of the average theme park visitor.

Question: do you just walk through in a continuous line, or is there some spacing between your party and the next bunch of yahoos trailing you? Also, are there cast members present maintaining order, or is it possible for the less "parentally-control" children to just tear through yelling, screaming, and doing other, less-acceptable things?

Robert Niles

Published: December 16, 2008 at 5:40 PM

It's a rather small and dark corridor, and there was no crowd control today. Of course, there was no crowd either. The park was open 9am-11pm, and the crowd in the park was large, though not overbearing. But there was no wait for the walk-through. (Indeed, there is no queue area for it. Just the door.) I find that the groups space and pace themselves well.
Anthony Murphy

Published: December 17, 2008 at 9:29 AM


They should do something like this at WDW though they have the beautiful mosaics there that many pass over. If you want to see something really cool and similar to this, check out DLP's telling of Sleeping Beauty. Oh, and there is a dragon in the basement!