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Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

This Mine Train is a fun, child-friendly roller coaster that provides a smooth ride and gentle swaying motions. Kids will enjoy both the small thrill and the fun dark ride portion with Dwarfs.

Ride at rope drop, ride late or use Fastpass+

Book your FP in advance for this attraction or wait an hour or more.

location_icon Location:
Fantasyland

alarm_clock Attraction Length:
3 Minutes

fp icon2 Fastpass+:
YES

wheelchair Accessibility:
Must Transfer from Wheelchair/ECV

Both the stand by and the Fastpass queues are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs guests are always boarded at gate 10. Put your left leg in, then slide in. Cast Members will bring your wheelchair/ECV back to you after your ride.

disney world attraction height limit Minimum Height:
38″

disney world attraction ride warnings Warnings:
Expectant mothers should not ride. Be cautious with young children as they may hit their head on the side of the ride vehicle. You may want to place your hand between them and the wood.

Ride Photo:
Added to Memory Maker package

Ride Video:
Added to Memory Maker package

Maximum Speed:
28 mph

Seating:
Riders sit 2 wide in their own seat with individual lap bars. Each train has 10 rows of seating in total.

Weight and Size Issues:
This ride can be a tight fit for taller guests needing leg room. Larger guests may find this attraction’s seating uncomfortable.

Rider Switch:
Offered at Fastpass return

Small children who are unable to ride or frightened to ride may enjoy the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, the Mad Tea Party, Prince Charming Carousel or Mickey’s Philharmagic nearby.

Extra Magic Hours:
Morning and Evening

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. I have a 7 yr old daughter who can not sit up on her own. She rode a ride similar to the barnstormer at sea world (the shamu express) and loved it. Is this ride much scarier, faster than that. I haven’t tried big thunder mountain railroad with her yet, I’m afraid that one might be scary for her. Any advice?

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