9 Fantastic Places To See A Princess In Walt Disney World

What is a trip to Walt Disney World without capturing the experience of seeing a real Disney princess? Nothing brings a smile to ones face and warmth to ones heart like seeing the glow from your favorite Disney princess for the first time. And, if you know where to look, you can see all that Disney has to offer. Below are the nine places to see a princess in Walt Disney World.

9. Frozen Sing-along

Frozen fractal fans find frosty fun for the first time in forever at the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration! Guests enter the Hyperion Theater at Disney’s Hollywood Studios where they are transported to Arendelle for the telling of the adventure of Queen Elsa and Princess Anna through story and song. Princess Anna begins the show and guests of all ages are encouraged to sing-along through the performance. At the conclusion, everyone is treated to a dramatic entry by Queen Elsa along with some special ice magic for an unforgettable finale.

8. Fantasmic!

Fantasmic! Disney’s Hollywood Studios night time show escorts you straight into a world of dreams combining Disney heroes, villains and princesses! During this 30 minute night time show, guests sit on benches in a large amphitheater as Mickey saves the day by using his imagination. Arrive early for a close seat as you’ll discover numerous floats carrying Disney princesses such as Belle, Snow White, Ariel and more.

7. Enchanted Tales with Belle

This is one of our family favorites! This incredible experience allows you to see and spend more time than just a few seconds with a Disney princess without having to spend extra money for a full meal. Included with your Magic Kingdom admission, you begin your experience by stepping into Maurice’s workshop where you are introduced to Belle’s world before stepping through a magic mirror! Young volunteers are then chosen to put on a play for Princess Belle! After a quick practice, all guests are escorted into the library where Belle participates with the cast in the play. If you are lucky enough to be chosen as the beast, be prepared to dance with Belle! At the conclusion of the play, participants pose for photos with Princess Belle. A photo pass photographer is on hand throughout the entire performance.

6. Trattoria al Forno’s  Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast

A great character dining spot new to the scene is Trattoria al Forno located at Disney’s BoardWalk. Breakfast is the only character dining meal at Trattoria al Forno, so you’ll want to be sure to make your dining reservations well in advance to meet a couple of the most adventurous Princesses – Rapunzel and Ariel! Plus, you’ll get to meet their handsome Princes, Flynn Rider and Prince Eric. Select from a great variety of breakfast items like frittatas, pancakes, bacon, sausage, calzones with eggs, biscuits and gravy, and fruit – all while getting great Princess and Prince autographs!

5. Cinderella’s Royal Table

Few places are more iconic than Cinderella Castle. Guests at Cinderella’s Royal Table can savor a once-in-a-lifetime fairytale dining experience. Meet Cinderella and have your photo taken with her before ascending a spiral staircase to the second floor of the castle where the grand banquet hall awaits. While dining amongst stained glass, lanterns and tapestries, your delights continue as other princesses roam the hall meeting guests. Guests can also upgrade their experience with a royal enhancement by contacting Disney Floral & Gifts.

4. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

Step into a medieval castle inside the Norway pavilion at Epcot and be prepared for a dining experience straight out of a storybook. Guests will have the opportunity to, not only enjoy a delicious meal, but to meet and mingle with Disney princesses, along with signing autographs and posing for pictures. Three or four princesses rotate, who may include Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, Jasmine, Mulan and Ariel. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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3. Epcot’s World Showcase

Authentic architecture, diverse cuisine and immersive culture dot the landscape of Epcot’s World Showcase. Mixed with this enticing environment, Disney princesses await guests, some in open thoroughfares and others hidden in nooks and crannies. Head directly to Norway to ride Frozen Ever After or just to meet the popular sisters, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna. Navigate intentionally as you journey your way to the back of Morocco to find Jasmine with Aladdin. Let the paths you’ve chosen intersect with those of Mulan in China. Princess Belle, along with Aurora, await your presence in France. And, Snow White waits to delight in Germany. Be sure to check your times guide to make sure you don’t miss a Disney princess.

2. Festival of Fantasy Parade

The Festival of Fantasy Parade at the Magic Kingdom is a great place to see several Disney princesses within a matter of minutes. And, instead of you tracking them down one by one, secure an early spot and relax on the curb to watch them come to you! Royalty leads the way as Belle with the Beast is the first Disney princess to be spotted. And, upon seeing Rapunzel with Flynn Rider it’s the Best. Day. Ever! Other royalty includes Tiana, Cinderella, Elsa & Anna, Ariel, Merida, Snow White and many other Disney characters as well.

1. Princess Fairytale Hall

Princess Fairytale Hall is the place to not just see one princess, but rather to get up close with two Disney princesses at a time! Located in Fantasyland inside the Magic Kingdom, guests wait in a beautiful entry hall lined with breathtaking princess paintings and gorgeous high ceilings. There, you can meet Cinderella and Elena together. On the other side you can meet Rapunzel and Tiana. Keep in mind Cinderella and Elena is a separate line from Rapunzel and Tiana. You’ll either have to wait twice to see all four or snag a FastPass if possible.

These are the 10 best places to see a princess in Walt Disney World. Which one is your favorite place?

About Tim Forgette

I grew up in southeast Michigan. I took my first trip to Walt Disney World in 1986 when I was just three years old. I am blessed to be the husband of 14 years to my beautiful wife, Rachel and father of four precious children, Lily (10), Elijah (8), Grace (6) and Josiah (5). We have always enjoyed doing things as a family which is why, when we moved to Florida, one of the first things we did was buy Disney annual passes. I enjoy everything Florida has to offer, but absolutely love watching my kids light up when it's time to go to Disney! We visit the Disney parks on average about once a week. When not at Disney, I enjoy participating with my church and community, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.