Friday, January 05, 2007

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts to Debut New Attractions and Entertainment in 2007

After a momentous 2006, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is poised to unveil a full slate of exciting new attractions and entertainment in the coming year, highlighted by the continued rollout around the world of its groundbreaking Where Dreams Come True initiative.

Following is a list of the exciting new attractions, entertainment and experiences being offered by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts in 2007, during the Where Dreams Come True and Year of a Million Dreams initiatives:

• Cinderella Castle Suite (Magic Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World Resort) - On most days, a randomly chosen guest will be invited to spend the night, with his or her family, in the new royal bedroom suite inside Cinderella Castle. (Opens January 2007)

• The Seas with Nemo & Friends (Epcot, Walt Disney World Resort) - Guests will join Nemo's friends to search for the playful clownfish in one of the world's largest saltwater aquariums. (January 2007)

• Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage (Disneyland Park, Disneyland Resort) - Inspired by the Disney•Pixar film, this all-new attraction will take guests on a real (and unbelievable) underwater excursion. (June 2007)

• Mickey's WaterWorks (Hong Kong Disneyland) - In this day parade designed uniquely for Hong Kong Disneyland, Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy show how they keep the landscape looking so lush. (Summer 2007)

• Cars Quatre Roues Rallye (Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Resort Paris) - Guests take a spin through the desert landscape on a wild, figure-8 racecourse inspired by the Disney•Pixar film 'Cars.' (Summer 2007)

• Crush's Coaster (Walt Disney Studios, Disneyland Resort Paris) - Guests surf the East Australian Current onboard a spinning turtle shell in this new attraction inspired by the film 'Finding Nemo.' (Summer 2007)

• Disney Cruise Line - For the first time ever, Disney Cruise Line will set sail for Europe with itineraries from the port of Barcelona, Spain, to eight Mediterranean ports of call, including stops near Rome, Florence, Pisa, Marseilles and Cannes. (Summer 2007)

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