When I was a little girl, I wanted to live in Sleeping Beauty's Castle. It seemed so pretty and magical. I thought it would be lovely to see inside, then I found out that I could. Over to the side there was a small out of the way door. You could climb up inside the castle and look at diaramas from the film that mainly featured dolls dressed up like the movie characters. It was cool.
Then after 9/11, the castle diaramas closed. They said it was security and renovation. Perhaps they thought they were out-dated (they were) or not very popular (they weren't) but I still loved them. Year after year I would look with longing at the until I just forgot about it altogether. Then like Aurora waking from her enscrolled sleep, the door opened and the diaramas were back but with an updated twist.
It seems to be there are more of movie scenes to look at. It may be because of the time that has passed but instead of the cheesy dolls, they have more lifelife scenes, LED light effects (twinkles, head of Maleficents staff, etc) and cool little things that could be missed if you weren't paying attention. Example: When you enter the dungeon area (it is more dungeon themed than just a corridor) you pass a barred window where you see the shadow of one of Maleficents pig guards with a spear, walking down some stairs and talking to himself. It almost puts you into the fortress, trying to find Prince Phillip.
I am sooo glad they rescued this wee but mighty attraction. Just because something isn't a fast thrill ride or you get to shoot at something, doesn't mean it is without value.