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Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

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Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

I heard there is a very pretty garden by Cinderellas castle with a wishing well? What side of the castle is this on?

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1. Re: Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

Snow Whites wishing well is located on the path to the East side of the Castle ( to the right if you are looking at the front of the Castle.)

Heres more info. ( it shows info on both Disneyland and Disneyworld areas)

http://www.mouseplanet.com/karl/well.htm

If you close up on the Map, you can see the wishing well to the right of the Castle.

disneyland.disney.go.com/maps/#/m=disneyland

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Perfect!!! Thank you! :D

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3. Re: Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

Its a nice place to visit, Im sure you will like it there.... dont forget your change for the wishing well :) The change in the well is donated to a Charity which is nice.

Edited: 12:12 am, January 20, 2013
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4. Re: Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

Just a technicality... the one at Walt Disney World in Florida and the one at Tokyo Disneyland are both called Cinderella Castle. The one at Disneyland in Anaheim is called Sleeping Beauty Castle.

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5. Re: Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

Sleeping Beauty and her prince own the castle that is in Disneyland. The bounderies of Cinderella's prince's lands are elsewhere on the globe. Sleeping Beauty's prince had a more modest castle to give his princess than did Cinderella's prince, although that does not matter because true love brings happiness ever after. (And he did slay a dragon for her, after all.) Sleeping Beauty has a walkway inside her castle where she shares the story of her life with guests of Disneyland.

Snow White's Wishing Well in Disneyland does not have an actual garden near it, overlooks a "grotto" with large stone figures of her and the seven drawfs placed beautifully among trees and greenery above a pool of water. Snow White can be heard singing into the well and her voice echoes back from the well as she sings. There is a small garden of roses on the inside of the railing opposite down the path (in front of the moat). There is the same landscape design on the west side of the castle. In front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle and to the right (so the east side) there is an garden bordered by low railing with large topairy in the shape of two swans. There used to be swans in the waters of the moat. This liitle garden has flowers and an occasional butterfly.

Edited: 3:59 am, January 20, 2013
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6. Re: Garden near Cinderellas Castle?

Wow!!! Thanks so much for the info - especially it being Sleeping Beauty's castle!!!!

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I think of the Sleeping Beauty walkthrough as a don't miss. Many overlook it. It has been a favorite of mine for many years. I was disappointed after it was closed for 7 years (2001-2008), but when it reopened it was re-imagined with today's technology. A hidden treat!

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