Walt Disney World is giving its Cinderella Castle a new nighttime, ice-palace look for the holiday season, completely aglow since the November 12 lighting ceremony.
Disney has created the new look for the Magic Kingdom’s centerpiece structure by attaching 200,000 LED lights to 32,000 square feet of fish net, then draping it over the castle.The ice-palace look will be the big special effect of a new evening show running through the holiday season, featuring the characters of Cinderella, including her fairy godmother. Similar effects were employed at the castle in Disneyland Paris in 2005, and have been added to Disney castles in California, Hong Kong and Toyko.
Information courtesy of Orlando Sentinel
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