Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom has opened yet another section of Fantasyland this past week--an elaborately decorated Rapunzel rest area. Located between the attractions of "It's a Small World" and Liberty Square's "Haunted Mansion", this area was previously the home of the "Skyway to Tomorrowland" attraction. Now taking its place is a quaint village facade that features restrooms, drinking water fountains, sitting areas, and D-zone charging stations for guests' electronic devices.
The crown jewel of the area is the beautiful Rapunzel tower from the Disney film Tangled. It is bordered by a waterfall and stream that flows through a colorful garden where guests are challenged to find Pascal the chameleon and his friends hidden among the landscape.
The Princess restrooms include mural paintings like those from Rapunzel's tower and, with Flynn Rider in mind, there are cast iron frying pans on display throughout the Prince restrooms. Strings of lanterns and embellished flags provide a splash of color and whimsy that add to the detailed surroundings.
This latest Fantasyland addition makes guests feel as though they have stepped into a fairytale and is the perfect place to relax and refresh during a day at the Magic Kingdom.