Getting Closer To Diagon Alley Opening: Construction Update

For either Diagon Alley or the upcoming Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, please email themeparkinsider@gmail.com with your photos and first-person descriptions of these attractions if you happen to be among the lucky first visitors when they soft-open. Your fellow Theme Park Insider readers can’t wait to hear and see what you find! Readers’ Opinions From Brandon Townsend on April 15, 2014 at 10:13 PM I’ll be at DW and US at the end of May. We are keeping our fingers crossed for soft openings at both. Theme Park Insider: Orlando 2014 Get all of Theme Park Insider’s reader ratings, tips, and advice for planning a trip to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, or SeaWorld, in our new 2014 Orlando guidebook!
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From Joseph Smith on April 15, 2014 at 7:01 PM Look forward to visiting Disneyland Paris one day and checking this out. I love that this attraction was built, especially as it breaks the franchise rule: from Bob Iger in 2008, “‘Ratatouille’ is an extremely good animated film and will be a classic unto itself, but it is not a franchise. You are not going to see ‘Ratatouille’ attractions in parks.” Theme Park Insider: Orlando 2014 Get all of Theme Park Insider’s reader ratings, tips, and advice for planning a trip to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, or SeaWorld, in our new 2014 Orlando guidebook!
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A new look, at Six Flags Great Adventure’s opening day

As oxymoronic as this sounds, the drop looked better when you couldn’t really see it and it seemed to come up out of nowhere. And the fact that El Toro crossed over Rolling Thunder’s track was pretty cool. That being said, El Toro rides as well as it ever did and remains, IMHO, the best coaster in the park. Anyway, on to a new era. A small part of Rolling Thunder still remains, seen in the foreground of the photograph.
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