The stained glass windows are magnificent, as are the tapestries which tell the story of sleeping beauty! It is teh attention to detail that really stands out here! Having a balcony to the back of the castle is a wonderful idea as it not only provides a beautiful view it gives people a special feeling of knowing they had the opportunity to look out from high up in the castle!
Walk up the staircase in the castle itself to see a too-often-missed theming masterpiece. The lavish tapestries and stained glass windows are beautiful, and head onto the balcony for the best views of Fantasyland.
The Galerie would be a great place to visit at night as it would be very atmospheric. Look out for the snoring knights and the fire burning all the spinning wheels. The story is all in French so the attraction would make the biggest impression if you knew the story. Even if you don’t, it’s a must-do.
Another area of the park that is easily missed.
Use the large staircase within the castle on the left hand side, and take a trip around the castle and marvel at the beautiful stained glass windows. Each window depicts a scene from Walt Disney’s classic “Sleeping Beauty”.
Some children may be bored, but it doesn’t take long and you can go at your own pace.
Best to go when the light outside is bright and it makes the pictures clearer to see
Definitely take a look at this!
Go into the castle and go up the stairs you will find this walk round, telling the story of Sleeping beauty in eautiful pictures and tapestries. Wonderful theming! The stained glass windows are stunning.
Go outside for a view over Fantasyland. A nice hidden attraction which is really special.
So many visitors to the park walk straight through the castle to access different areas. Take time to go upstairs to see the stunning stained-glass windows, even more beautiful when the sun shines through and the Renaissance style tapestries telling the story of sleeping beauty. You can also access an external balcony for great views over looking the park.