Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

    Based on the 1937 classic “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, twist and turn down and around the mountain before heading into the mine shaft.

    The Seven Dwarfs are seen whistling while they work before you soar into the sky and back down the mountain. At the summit, feel the wind across your face as you navigate hairpin turns and head deep into the mine shaft. 

    Perhaps the most unique aspect of the ride is the design of the coaster train and its cars. Instead of fixed cars, they are mounted in cradle-like pivots that give them the ability to swing side to side during the ride.

    While waiting in line enjoy the interactive activities. When you come across a collection of wooden barrels overflowing with glowing stones, turn each barrel and watch as the ceiling above you is transformed. 

    We are not going to spoil the ride and reveal the exact nature of the surprise. But near the end of the attraction, before you enter the unloading area, look over to your right. You’ll see a foreboding figure ready to cause mayhem. Shh. Don’t give away the secret!

    Fun Facts:

    • Video footage is taken while you are on the attraction and then will appear within your PhotoPass photos as a video that is available to view and download.
    • On November 1, 2014, embers from the Wishes fireworks set a small portion of the mountain on fire. Reedy Creek Fire Department arrived within minutes and put the flames out. The fire was contained to fake foliage, did not spread to any ride buildings, and no one was hurt.
    • Once you’ve had your fill of sorting gems, spinning barrels and playing spigots, you can turn your attention to spotting Hidden Mickeys.  Keep your eyes peeled for three gems forming a Mickey (in the mine, above Grumpy’s head).  You can also find Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Walt Disney’s precursor to Mickey Mouse (carved into a ceiling beam, as you go up the hill in the mine).