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Top 5 Places to find Disney Princesses at Walt Disney World

For your upcoming Walt Disney World holiday don’t forget to add “mingle with royalty” to your travel plans.  Disney World is not just the place for meeting Mickey and his cartoon pals, but if you do want to here are 5 places that you can find Mickey too!.  You can also rub elbows with the Disney Princesses.  You can find them all around Disney World.  You’ll even spot them at some of the resorts.  Here are the five best places to meet Disney princesses in Walt Disney World.

Cinderella’s Royal Table

The best place to meet the princesses is in the iconic Cinderella Castle. The elaborate character dining experience that features several Disney princesses that come to your table while you eat. It’s the easiest and most luxurious way to get your princess autographs and photos.  Plus, you get to dine in one of the best restaurants in Magic Kingdom.  This romantic venue isn’t only for kids either.  You can begin your fairytale romance with a special proposal or celebrate an anniversary with magical extras.

Top 5 Places to find Disney Princesses at Walt Disney World

Akershus

Cinderella’s table is not the only restaurant where you are able to meet with several of the Disney Princesses.  They love to visit the Norway pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase as well.  As a matter of fact, princesses have regular appearances in the country pavilions around the World Showcase Lagoon.  However, you can meet many of them just by enjoying a royal banquet in Akershus.  The menu features Scandinavian and American food.  So, it’s a perfectly safe bet, even for picky eaters.

Top 5 Places to find Disney Princesses at Walt Disney World

Princess Fairytale Hall

If meeting princesses is high on your list of things to do in Disney World, you have to secure your Fastpass for the Princess Fairytale Hall.  This is an indoor photo location that houses four princesses.  You can currently meet Cinderella and Elena, or Rapunzel and Tiana.  All four princesses are available for photos and pictures, but they are listed as two separate attractions.  Your FastPass will cover one while you wait for the other!

Top 5 Places to find Disney Princesses at Walt Disney World

Trattoria Al Forno

The Bon Voyage Breakfast is a big hit among princess fans and diners alike.  Trattoria Al Forno offers this special breakfast which invites you to celebrate with Rapunzel, Flynn, Ariel and Eric.  The menu is terrific and the two royal couples are engaging and fun.  This restaurant is located on the Boardwalk of the Boardwalk Inn on Crescent Lake.  Make sure you secure reservations.  The restaurant is conveniently accessible from Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot, by boat or walking path.

Top 5 Places to find Disney Princesses at Walt Disney World

The Grand Floridian

There are a few ways to meet a princess in Grand Floridian style.  One is free and the other is the most expensive Princess Experience you can pay for.  The free one is a ballroom dance Cinderella shares with the prince in the lobby.  Ask about the schedule to join in the dance and get a quick autograph.  The pricy one is the princess tea party, which is a big event for your own little princess to attend.  That one costs $400.  If you just would like a casual character meal.  You can have dinner at 1900 Park Fare.

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Mini Travellers

Karen Beddow founded Mini Travellers in 2014 while doing what she loves most...going on holiday!

Mini Travellers is for parents looking for holiday ideas, destination reviews, days out and things to do with the kids. We also have family travel tips, activity ideas and all other things family holiday related. Take a look at some of our latest reviews for holidays and day trips in the UK.

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