Until recently, this ride was known as Snow White's Scary Adventures and set in the dismal and gothic castle of the Evil Queen, this classic dark ride had no qualms about telling the darker side of Snow White's tale. Pursued by the witch at every turn, this highlight of the film's spooky moments may have left some children shuddering. The updated version in 2021 has a more gentle approach more suited to young children. In addition to the now-standard upgrades gifted to Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan's Flight (like improved lighting, sound, and projection mapping), guests aboard Snow White's ride will "discover enhanced story details and all-new scenes." Guests enter the Dwarves' cottage, same as before, but now Snow White's formerly-only appearance (as a mannequin climbing the stairs) has been replaced with a dancing figure that spins alongside the musical Dwarves. There is also a smell like fresh-baked pies. In the final scene, Snow White lies in a glass coffin where the Prince leans in for his kiss, with waves of magic and light cascading through the forest in a spectacular effect.