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Seven Dwarfs Mine Train concept art

Disney has released a new video in which several of its Imagineers offer a sneak peek at the under-construction Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Princess Fairytale Hall at the Magic Kingdom.

Both attractions will form part of the expanded New Fantasyland, and are due to be completed by 2014. Imagineers Jason Grandt, Pam Rawlins, and Dave Minichiello provide a behind-the-scenes update on progress in the video, embedded below.

Originally intended to open alongside the area's other new attractions, the debut of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster was subsequently delayed. The ride is set to be a cross between a classic Disney dark ride packed with animatronics, and a traditional coaster experience. It will take guests on a musical ride deep into a diamond mine, accompanied by tunes from the classic animation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Princess Fairytale Hall concept art

Image © Disney

The Princess Fairytale Hall, meanwhile, will replace the shuttered Snow White's Scary Advenures dark ride. It will host a variety of meet-and-greet experiences with Disney Princesses.

You can find further details of the plans for the new rollercoaster at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in our look at seven rumors about the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.

You can keep up to date with the latest confirmed and rumored opening dates for new attractions through Theme Park Tourist's "New Attraction Watch" section, and by signing up for our weekly newsletter.

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