There’s no doubt that Disney World is the ideal destination for every princess. The sparkle, the magic, the dreaminess—it all adds up to vacation memories that will last a lifetime. If you’ve got a princess lover in your party, make sure to add the following eight experiences to your Disney World itinerary.
1. Princess Greetings
Every princess fan should leave Disney with an autograph book filled with all her favorites. The best place to find Disney princesses is in Fantasyland. Princess Fairytale Hall will help you check off at least four of the lovely ladies, and others will be available nearby. World Showcase in Epcot is another great place to find princesses. Think about the princess’s movie setting and you’ll most likely find them in the corresponding pavilion.
2. Princess Rides
To totally immerse yourself in the princess world, don’t forget to add the princess rides to your plans. Of course the most popular is Frozen Ever After in Epcot. (Be sure to snag a Fast Pass ASAP!) And while you’re in Fantasyland, don’t forget Ariel’s Undersea Adventure as well as Seven Dwarves Mine Train (again - get a Fast Pass!).
3. Princess Meals
A character meal can save time in the parks, because you’ll be able to meet several princesses without standing in line. Cinderella’s Table is, of course, the pinnacle of princess feasts with plenty of greeting opportunities and the fanciest ambiance anywhere at Disney. Akershaus in Epcot is another popular princess choice that serves authentic Norwegian dishes. Another option, perhaps for a non-park day, is 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian Resort. Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom is fit for a princess as well, but it is not classified as a character meal.