4 Ways to Get Your Princess Fix at WDW

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Going to Disney most certainly means immersing yourself in some type of magic. To some, that magic is found in the Disney princesses.

Here are four fantastic ways to get your “princess fix” on your next visit to Walt Disney World.

Belle is a beauty! Photo by Wayne Wood.

Belle is a beauty! Photo by Wayne Wood.

1. Walk-up Meet & Greets

: This is perfect for those who like little to no planning. When you arrive at your theme park of choice, pick up a park map and entertainment guide and locate your favorite Disney princess.

Magic Kingdom: Ariel at Ariel’s Grotto in Fantasyland, Merida at the Fairytale Garden in Fantasyland, Jasmine at Agrabah in Adventureland, Snow White at the Town Square Courtyard in Main St. USA.

Epcot: Anna and Elsa at the Royal Sommerhus in Norway; Belle in the France Promendade, Aurora in the France Fragrance Gardens, Mulan at the Temple of Heaven in China, Jasmine at the Lamps of  Wonder in Morocco, Snow White at the Germany Wishing Well.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Sofia the First at the Animation Courtyard.

Animal Kingdom: Pocahontas at Character Landing.

Anna and Elsa are super popular! Photo by Cliff Wang.

Anna and Elsa are super popular! Photo by Cliff Wang.

2. FastPass+ Meet & Greets:

This might take a little more planning since some princesses acquire quite a line and therefore FastPass+ times get snatched up quickly. However, getting a FastPass+ in advance guarantees you will meet your favorite princess with little to no wait! (If you can’t get a FastPass+ don’t worry! You still have the option of waiting in line!)

Magic Kingdom: Belle at Enchanted Tales with Belle, Cinderella/Rapunzel/Tiana/Elena at Princess Fairytale Hall in Fantastyland, Ariel at her Grotto in Fantasyland.

Merida soars in Festival of Fantasy! Photo by Wayne Wood.

Merida soars in Festival of Fantasy! Photo by Wayne Wood.

3. Shows and Parades:

A great way to get an impromptu princess fix is by enjoying shows and parades that feature princesses.

Magic Kingdom: Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Beauty and the Beast-Live on Stage, For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration.

Aurora is the best dining companion! Photo by Laurie Sapp.

Aurora is the best dining companion! Photo by Laurie Sapp.

4. Character Dining:

If you don’t mind making a reservation at 180 days before your trip, planning a meal with Disney princess is a truly magical way to get your princess fix. Characters are subject to change but the current characters are listed below.

1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa: here you can enjoy  Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner with Cinderella and her prince – plus the Lady Tremaine along with Drisella and Anastasia.

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall at Norway in Epcot: serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The usual princesses include Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, and Snow White.

Cinderella’s Royal Table in the Magic Kingdom: serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Cinderella often invites Ariel, Aurora, Rapunzel and Snow White to  visit you.

Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa: hosts Aurora as well as your own princess.

Bon Voyage Breakfast at Trattoria Al Forno on Disney’s BoardWalk: dine with Rapunzel, Flynn, Ariel, and Eric at a truly enchanted breakfast inspired by Tangled and The Little Mermaid!

Walt Disney World is always changing and evolving.Consider using the My Disney Experience app to keep up to date on character changes and don’t forget to grab the entertainment guide when you enter the park.

Want to learn more about how you can see, meet, dine with or look like a princess at Disney World? Check out our July issue – it’s all about Princesses at WDW!

 

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