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There's a New Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom!

Years in the making, today is the day all Disney fans have been anxiously waiting for.  Today is the dawn of a new era on our beloved Magic Kingdom, as Walt Disney World opens the long awaited New Fantasyland!  Princesses Belle and Ariel, along with their princes, Adam and Eric, have all made their homes in this new land.  The New Fantasyland fun doesn't end there! In 2013, Princess Fairytale Hall will be the place to be for all royalty where guests can meet their favorite princesses.  In 2014, the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster will be the final piece of the puzzle to complete New Fantasyland.  Not too long ago, our very own Agent Heather was able to experience a dress rehearsal of New Fantasyland.  You can read about her experience here.
 
Along with the New Fantasyland opening, Walt Disney World is also celebrating the grand reopening of the Epcot favorite Test Track.  This newly redesigned attraction allows guests to design their own virtual custom-concept vehicle and then take it for a test run to see how well it does on the Test Track circuit. 

Two of the Kingdom Konsultant agents are in Walt Disney World right now getting to experience all of these new attractions, as well as the opening ceremonies of New Fantasyland as we speak!  If you want to keep up to date on what's going on while they are there, please follow us on Instagram at http://followgram.me/kingdomkonsultants.

If all of this new excitement has you ready to plan a trip, you can contact any of the Kingdom Konsultant agents to start planning your Walt Disney World vacation!

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