"The Princess and the Frog" fans are one step closer to going down the bayou.
Last year, Disney announced Splash Mountain at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort would be re-themed to reflect the story of "The Princess and the Frog."
Now, we're getting a first look at a new rendering and details about the ride's storyline.
"Tiana is a hard-working, ambitious and empowered woman, who pursues her dreams and never loses sight of what's really important," the Disney Parks Blog reads. "As seen in this latest rendering of the attraction, the story will take place after the final kiss as Naveen and Louis join Tiana on her latest adventure -- her first-ever Mardi Gras performance -- during which some original yet familiar music will bring guests into the story."
The new details were announced as Disney kicks of its first-ever World Princess Week spotlighting the courage and kindness of Disney heroines, including Tiana.
Original music will also be introduced to immerse fans into Tiana's world, the park revealed.
Disney Imagineers do in-depth research as part of their creative process and they drew inspiration for the attraction from the rich culture of the city of New Orleans, the company said. Leah Chase, the founder of the famed Dooky Chase's Restaurant in New Orleans, was one of the inspirations for Princess Tiana, according to the blog.
Imagineers are working to tell a story with the attraction that will feel authentic to the region's culture and traditions. The new attraction will replace Splash Mountain, which included characters from the controversial 1946 film "The Song of the South," which was criticized for its racist and offensive depiction of Black people and false narrative surrounding 19th-century culture in the South.
To celebrate the new ride and its inspiration, Disney is donating $50,000 to the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, which trains students in visual arts, dance, media and culinary arts, music and more.
Details on the attraction's debut date have not yet been announced.
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