We announced previously that Walt Disney Presents finally opened at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World and replaced the original One Man’s Dream attraction. Walt Disney Presents will have various models and artifacts on display, including a detailed model of Toy Story Land. The model is now on display and Disney Parks Blog has released fabulous up-close pictures of the Toy Story Land model so that we can all see what is currently on display at the new attraction. The new, themed land is based on the concept that guests will be shrunken down to the size of toys and will be playing in Andy’s backyard with all of his various toys scattered around the backyard. The new land will include 2 new attractions, Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucers.
Here are some of the pictures released about the model:
The Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster will be a family-friendly coaster based on the concept that Andy built the coaster from a toy kit and then added Slinky Dog to the coaster. The coils will expand and come together, making it an extremely unique coaster experience. The Alien Swirling Saucers attraction is based on the concept that the attraction was created from a play set that Andy got from Pizza Planet. Guests are trying to avoid being caught by “the claw” during the attraction. Both look to be amazing attractions that are perfectly themed for the entire land.
There are also other models that are on display at Walt Disney Presents. There are are historical items from the history of Walt Disney. There are also models and other information on the planned Star Wars themed land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. There will also be concept are for another new attraction, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
The new Toy Story Land expansion is scheduled to officially open to guests during the Summer of 2018, but until then we will just have to settle for looking at the model in anticipation for what is to come.
What do you think of the models thus far? Are you just as excited as we are for the new lands and attractions to finally open?
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