All that being said, Snow White has had connection to the park from the very beginning - in the one place that featured Disney characters: The Animation Building. This attraction features a beautiful center room where multiple screens feature clips and music from beloved animated features (Snow White and Seven Dwarfs included). From this room guests had three choices: the drawn to animation show, the sorcerer's workshop, or the screening room.
The animation show had a cast member 'animator' explaining some drawing processes and features clips of an upcoming animated feature. If I recall there is some props in the room that feature some characters from Snow White. Now this has become the Animation Academy.
When the park opened the 'screening room' was the Art of Animation film. In 2004 it began hosting Turtle Talk with Crush. (I thought for a time it showed a movie on Walt - but I can't find any evidence of that - maybe my memory is going?)
The final room is The Sorcerer's Workshop. This experience has three parts: The Magic Mirror Realm, Beast's library, and Ursula's Grotto.
There is one other place you can find a Snow White character that was there on opening day of the park. Outside in the window display of off the page are some character spinners (which often don't spin). Doc, Happy, and Sleepy are on spinners. Note: he picture below also has a display for Snow White DVD that was not there on opening day. (and on a personal note - it really shouldn't be there today - that DVD came out a long time ago - why hasn't that been changed?)
As the construction moves forward there will be at least one more strong link to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in DCA: the Carthay Circle Theatre where Snow White premiered: