The New & Exciting Additions Coming To Walt Disney World In 2014


Thinking about visiting Walt Disney World in 2014? You’re in for a treat! The New Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom will open the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, completing the massive expansion which has been revealed in stages. Taking guests down a musical ride into the mine “where a million diamonds shine,” this new ride will start its journey journey by crossing a stone bridge and walking through the forest where the Dwarf’s cottage resides. This ride will offer an interactive pre-show area with fun activities themed to mining, before heading to the family-style coaster.
New Fantasyland will also be debuting a new daytime parade – the Disney Festival of Fantasy featuring everyone’s favourite Disney characters including Merida, Little Mermaid, Rapunzel and Flynn Rider, Peter Pan and so many more!

Downtown Disney will continue its multi-year transformation into Disney Springs, a unique and vibrant shopping/dining/entertainment destination to be set amid beautiful open-air promenades, meandering springs and waterfront charm. In case you haven’t already seen, there is a newly opened area called Fit2Run for fitness buffs in Downtown Disney West Side.

In 2014, Starbucks will add two locations: a storefront at Downtown Disney West Side and a kiosk near World of Disney at Downtown Disney Marketplace AND Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is coming! They are opening a luxury resort hotel in 2014 at Walt Disney World Resort, one that includes a 14,000 square foot spa, thee pools, a rooftop restaurant and more!

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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