The biggest scene of the attraction, known as Under the Sea, was completely refurbished. It now makes use of "black lights" to hide parts of the ceiling.
I love the fact that both Disney and Universal build great rides but also keep them in good condition and even upgrade them to look even better. Just wish the uk parks would follow suit. I not gonna view the videos as like I not been to Orlando since 2011 but going again in Sept next year so I like to enjoy all the new attractions before I watch any videos of them.
We were very surprised how bright, sparse, and honestly "cheap" looking the attraction looked when we first rode.
It would be like going through Peter Pan with the lights on. What's the point?
Very telling when so much of the talk was of the queue being "so fabulous" and ride itself is kind of second.
I think there contingent within Disney that see every child as some precious little fragile snowflake and "dark rides" are just too much for them to handle, so "dark" becomes "indoor and brightly lit and happy!!"
I look forward to my next visit to see the new look.
..and omg, the queue, I could wander among that queue for hours and not be bored..all the pretty little shells and shiny things, and and… :)