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La Tanière du Dragon (The Dragons Dungeon)

At A Glance Dark walkthrough cavern containing audioanimatronic dragon. Some good possibilities for amusing photos posed in front of the beastie.


La Taniere du Dragon (The Dragon's Dungeon) is hidden away to the left of Sleeping Beauty's Castle, and could be easily missed.

There are two entrances, the first is via a walkway that is below, and to the left of the main entrance to the castle,which leads to the walkthrough cavern with the Dragon's pool in. The second entrance is inside the castle itself, again through a door on the left hand wall, which leads to an elevated viewing gallery overlooking the Dragon's sleeping area. The two entrances are linked by a flight of stairs.

The attraction is a dark walkthrough style cavern, containing a largish pool of water in which a slumbering Dragon lays, its enormous head facing you as you walk through, and swaying from side to side occasionally (The Dragon is a large example of Disney's audioanimatronics).

Whilst not exactly a thrilling attraction, it forms part of the attractions centered around Sleeping Beauty's Castle, and is worth visiting, even if only to think about the technology hidden under the Dragon's skin.

The entrance to the left of the main castle entrance is wheelchair friendly, as is the entrance from inside the castle itself, but the two are linked by a flight of stairs, so it's not possible to easily move a wheelchair or ECV from one entrance to the other.

Note, young children could possibly find the attraction a little frightening so a little sensible discretion is advisable if you're travelling with very young children.



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