Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom’s NEW Fantasyland- as seen by our FANS, part two

Today, we are continuing with our reader’s photo reviews of the New Fantasyland in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.

Recently, the Enchanted Forest section was “soft opened” to the public. We have already seen Beast’s Castle which stands up on a hill and features Be Our Guest Restaurant. The cuisine is French inspired, of course, and has the features of the castle highlighted in the movie including the Grand Ballroom, West Wing, and the Rose Gallery. We also were able to show you a peak inside Maurice’s Cottage inside Belle’s village. Here you will find Enchanted Tales with Belle and you’ll also get to see a beautiful painting of a young Belle with her never seen before mother.

If you missed it, you can read part one of our report here: http://whatsupwiththemouse.com/walt-disney-worlds-magic-kingdoms-new-fantasyland-as-seen-by-our-fans-part-one/

Once you enter the Enchanted Forest section, you will be greeted by Cast Members who are dressed like this:

Next up is Eric’s Castle…

 Once inside his castle, you can ride Under the Sea- Journey of the Little Mermaid. The entrance to the ride is heavily themed:

Lots of cool details to look at while waiting in line for the new ride, like the shipwrecked boat:

Once you board your very comfy and brightly colored clam shell for your journey, you are immediately serenaded. The first room has Sebastian and his fellow fish friends singing and dancing to the song Under the Sea.

And the ever popular Kiss the Girl :

Obviously, we didn’t want to show you everything- we want you to go and experience this for yourself! If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to ask and contact Castle Dreams Travel to help you plan you visit for FREE!

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