Disney’s Newest Cruise Ship Gets A Special Exhibit

Credit: Disney Parks Blog
Close up of the Disney Wish model at t Disney's Hollywood Studios

Credit: Disney Parks Blog

The “new Disney Cruise Line exhibit” is now open to visitors at Walt Disney Presents. According to the Disney Parks Blog, this exhibit is not just “a celebration of the fleet’s history”; it also has a “one-of-a-kind gallery space” that “features never-before-seen artifacts and photos from the making of the Disney Wish”!  Some of the features on display are “a life-size maquette of the Cinderella statue that will grace the Grand Hall” (which you can see in the image above), “an intricately detailed, 5 1/2-foot scale model of the [Disney Wish]” (seen above), “replicas of the Disney Animation maquettes that will adorn the dining rooms at 1923, an elegant family restaurant inspired by the golden age of Hollywood”, and a “scale concept model used to design the larger-than-life stern statue of Rapunzel”. We’re particularly fond of the Rapunzel, Mother Gothel, and Flynn Rider slash Eugene Fitzherbert models from Tangled!

Credit: Disney Parks Blog

Apparently there are “even more surprises and sneak peeks in the exhibit, but you’ll have to visit the Walt Disney Presents attraction” (which is “located in Animation Courtyard at Disney’s Hollywood Studios“) to see them! Are you booking a 2022 cruise on the Disney Wish now that you’ve seen some of its special features? And have you already seen this ship’s incredible Cinderella-themed atrium?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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