A look at the interactive queue for Walt Disney World's Peter Pan ride

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Walt Disney World revealed some details about its plans for a new interactive queue for Peter Pan's Flight, a ride that's been a fixture at the Magic Kingdom since 1971. Following in the footsteps of the queue at the new Seven Dwarves Mine Train ride, which opened in 2014 and has been known to have insanely long wait times (I waited for 140 minutes to ride it in November), Peter Pan's Flight will have interactive features to keep guests somewhat occupied while they stand in line. The Seven Dwarves ride features a water feature that plays music when you interact with it and a touchscreen game you can play while you shuffle along; the Peter Pan ride, Disney says on its blog, will allow guests to watch Tinker Bell fly around, interact with John, Wendy and Michael's toys and get sprinkled with pixie dust before they board the ride. The new features are expected to in play this weekend. 

Screenshots of the images Disney posted to the blog today are below. 
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