Cinderella's Carriage Question
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Just wondering...it would be real nice to be able to see Cinderella's Carriage in Fantasyland...permanently. Or somehow have this worked into the Magic Kingdom on a regular basis.
Why isn't there anything paying homage to this vehicle??? I mean, the carriage is GORGEOUS; I really think it needs to be SOMEWHERE near the Castle or worked into Fantasyland somehow. Whether it be made of stone, or whatever, where is it???
Just for weddings? Or work the carriage into the Magic Kingdom somehow on a more permanent footing or schedule?
It's such a beautiful work of art and imagination. What do you think?
I've stayed at: The Grand Floridian, The Polynesian, The Contemporary, The Wilderness Lodge, The Beach Club and Port Orleans Riverside.
Folks pay a handsome fee to have it for their fairytale weddings. If they had two? Who gets the "real" one, and who gets the copy? If they took it away from Fairytale Weddings department altogether they might lose entire weddings, maybe a lot of them - I'm sure it's a key part of the fantasy, since it's been prominent in all their marketing since the beginning.
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I would think their main concern would be the carriage being damaged if out regularly. I think it is better that it is used for special occasians, otherwise it would just be another attraction. We were lucky enough to take photos with it at MNSSHP a couple years ago.