Disney World Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Ride is one of my favorites inside Magic Kingdom! It is not a jerky roller coaster, it is very smooth sailing and my boys loved it.
My youngest son is not as adventurous and did not want to ride, so he stayed back with my husband and we did a rider switch. Rider switch is where one adult can stay back with a child while the other adult and child ride. Then when the ride comes in, the adults switch spots and the child riding gets to ride twice! This was a great feature for our family.
So now back to the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Ride, it is such a new, fun ride featuring the adorable dwarfs from Snow White. This ride is themed so well and lots of interactive things to do while waiting. We did not have a long wait because we were already in the park before it opened, eating at Be Our Guest for breakfast. We walked right on, which is nice because as soon as the park opens this ride quickly gets a wait time of 60 minutes or more.
The 7 Dwarfs’ Mine Train has a photo feature that links to your magic band. This ride does not have a photo pass that you can view at the end, which we were disappointed. You get two different angle photos and a really cute video.
Please be assured this review is my opinion and I did NOT get compensated in any form. My family paid for the vacation, dining and entertainment from our own expenses. So everything is my honest review of Disney World Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Ride which is located inside Magic Kingdom. This is a must ride attraction at Walt Disney World.
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