New Dumbo at Disney World

By Paul on June 4th, 2012

One of the new Dumbo rides is already open, then other is being tested.  But what’s under the tent?  The Disney Parks Blog released two photos today!

According to the Blog:

This innovative queue area will completely redefine what it means for guests to prepare for a Disney attraction. Here’s how it will work: Guests arrive at Dumbo’s big top and receive a circus ticket pager that virtually holds their place and notifies them when it’s their turn to board the attraction. Kids (and kids of all ages) can then become part of the show inside the tent by enjoying circus-themed play experiences, while Dumbo flies high above.

New Dumbo at Walt Disney World

New Dumbo at Walt Disney World

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