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By Disney standards I kind of found this ride to be lacking something and i'm not quite sure what. The fact that it is about such and endearing beloved story may be its saving grace. The theming and props were done moderately well. And they do as good of a job of retelling the story as well as they could on a theme park ride. However if you take the snow white characters out replace them with some generic figures in it, use the exact same props and layout and you could have ridden this attraction anywhere. While its a decent ride and theres nothing bad about it, I just expect more out of disney than what this ride offered.
A pretty good dark ride. Interesting and tells the story effectively. If you hadn't gathered it from the word "Scary," some children may be frightened by this ride (although it's really not harrowing at all). No adult should have any problem with fear on this ride, which is fairly well-done and enjoyable.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves will forever remain a classic in American film, notable for being the first full-length animated feature to hit the big screen. However, when many think of Fantasyland dark rides, often times Peter Pan and It’s a Small World jump to the top of the list, and of all the dark rides it’s usually Snow White that gets left out. I for one am one of those people, as I unfortunately never even got around to riding it until my most recent visit this past summer. And boy was it surprisingly good.
Themed to the dwarf mines featured prominently in the film, Snow White resides in Fantasyland and is the dark ride closest to Cinderella’s Castle. Let me say that the exterior looks great and really captures the feel of the film. Generally lines fluctuate from 15-25 minutes in length for pretty much the entire day, and it’s certainly worth the wait. After waiting, you board very cute looking mine carts; each named to one of the 7 dwarves.
Essentially the attraction is a SparkNotes version of the story of Snow White, as the witch, who wants to become the fairest in the land, resorts to poisoning Snow White, the fairest, with the iconic apple. All of the scenes are flawlessly executed and unlike with some of the other dark rides, no scenes seemed left out or condensed. I especially enjoyed the climatic falling boulder scene towards the end that really caught me by my unawares. I’m a sucker for those types of gags! Not only is the ride highly enjoyable, but it is also a pretty good length to boot.
Of all of the Fantasyland dark rides, Snow White is surprisingly my favorite since from beginning to end it is the most entertaining and provides the most fulfilling ride, narrowing edging out Peter Pan. Heck, even though I’m not the biggest fan of the feature film, I still thought that this was a great attraction. I highly recommend that you reserve some time for this underrated Disney classic since it is easily one of the best attractions that the park has to offer.
Excellet ride. Its a close rival to Peter Pan. I hope this one stays for an even longer time.
Very engaging dark ride. Its not so scary as the name may suggest but it is a reasonably fun ride with great theming.
I give this ride a ten because when I go to ride it,I know what to expect.I dont go on it looking for a Haunted Mansion effect,and I dont go on it looking for high speed and adventure.Cmon the ride is in Fantasyland,for those of you who dont know what that meens,Its for the little ones of age and at heart.To those of you who dont think its so scary,try being a little more grown up than a tough I can ride Top Thrill Dragster 10 times in row and nothing scares me kinda person.Look at the ride for what it is.A fun way to enjoy some of the story of Snow White.I have rode this attraction several times, and find it one of the best rides at the park.It is a Dark Ride full of animitronics and props.Every kid I see get off of it loves it.Do not confuse Disney World for Cedar point,two different kind of parks.This ride has past the test of time for a reason,which is people enjoy it.
It was kind of sad in a pathetic way because they werent really scary adventures....
This ride tells the story of Snow White quite well, although I do not even think kids would find this to be very scary. The blacklighting is nice and the ride moves along fairly well though. I would only suggest this if the line is short, because its outdated and not very exciting.
not good. my sister went on it many years ago and was screaming!!! good effects and scenery as usual in disney but not a kiddy ride!!!
A very average dark ride, both in general and against the plethora of Disney dark rides. Pretty standard stuff, a bit of a dated RIDE, nothing too special but certainly nothing bad either. I did witness the near-death of my friend though, that was funny
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