On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your excitement over meeting Baymax from Disney’s Big Hero 6. If you answered “10” you’ll be feeling great when you discover you can meet this lovable personal healthcare companion at EPCOT’s Character Spot. Get hugs and pose for pictures with this friendly fluffy robot and remember not to leave until you let Baymax know whether you were satisfied with your care!
9. The White Rabbit
If you’re visiting Magic Kingdom, you’ve got the time to meet the White Rabbit from Disney’s 1951 film, Alice in Wonderland. He takes part in the daily Festival of Fantasy Parade, but if you want to get up close and personal with him, it’s often possible to meet him near the Mad Tea Party attraction (tea cups) in Fantasyland. And though he’s known for being consistently late, he’s always right on time when meeting Guests, thanks to his dedicated Cast Member handlers who help him stay on schedule. Say hello to him and Alice when you visit Fantasyland and don’t forget to bring your autograph book so he can sign it!
10. Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother
In many ways, Fairy Godmother was the heroine in the story of Cinderella. She came to Cinderella’s aid when the evil stepsisters destroyed the dress Cinderella’s mice friends had made for her. If you’re up for a truly magical meet and greet, you’ll want to say hello to Fairy Godmother, but since she’s extremely elusive, there are only a couple of ways to do so. You can see her from a distance during the opening ceremony each morning at Magic Kingdom, but if you’d like to give her a hug, pose for pictures and ask her to sign your autograph book, you’ll want to book the “Happily Ever After” dinner at 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. During this all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet, you can dine on scrumptious fare while you also have the chance to meet Fairy Godmother and other characters from Cinderella’s story. Call (407) WDW-DINE to book this exciting experience!