Sure, you don't get the stomach dropping feeling or the kids screaming in your ear like you would at the actual park - unless you happen to have kids and they happen to be screaming in your ear while you watch this - but you still get to see the latest and greatest that the Imagineers have come up with.
The ride is being billed at Walt Disney World's first new "roller coaster" since 2006. With the biggest drop only being 41 feet, though, and not a single upside-down loop, it's not exactly a thrill ride.
Fortunately, that's not what people usually go to Disney for and it's chock-full of the stuff they do pay the hefty price of admission to see.
In fact, the brains behind the operation have implemented some brand new technology for this ride (behind-the-scenes video below) so diehard Disney fans should be pretty happy to see that.
Check out the full Seven Dwarfs ride above and tell us what you think of it. We think it looks kind of like a mix between Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and It's a Small World...and we're not really sure if that's a good or a bad thing.
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