Walt Disney World Resort recently invited students from the Osceola County School for the Arts, known for their passion for all things creative, to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to immerse them in the world of animation and experience firsthand what went into creating Disney’s latest epic attraction: Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.

Students from Osceola County School for the Arts got to become part of the cartoon world when they hopped aboard Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway for the very first time.

These young artists also had the opportunity to learn from a few of the inspiring and creative Cast Members who played key roles in bringing the attraction to life, including Disney Sketch Artist and Historian Stacia Martin, Costume Buyer Annamarie Waters and Associate Costume Designer Josh Winchester.

Walt Disney World Resort has been known for making positive, lasting impacts for children and families in Osceola County and throughout Central Florida, and by opening its gates the students from OCSA, it continues to be committed to shape the minds, hearts and futures of tomorrow’s leaders.