1. Anna and Elsa
The fun-loving Anna and beautiful Elsa are a great pair to meet while at Disney. Unless your family has been living under a rock the past few years, the kids in your life will definitely know who these princesses are. Not only that, but because they are quite spunky and willing to act silly, Anna and Elsa make meet-and-greets especially fun.
Where to find them: Anna and Elsa can be found in the Norway Pavilion at Epcot.
Belle is a gorgeous princess and the favorite of a great many little girls. She loves to talk about books, so bringing up a book you’ve been reading is always a great way to start a conversation.
Where to find her: If you wish to meet Belle in her yellow ball gown, try finding her at “Enchanted Tales with Belle” in Magic Kingdom. You might also have luck seeing her in her yellow dress by dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table in Magic Kingdom or Akershus Dining Hall in Epcot.
Those who prefer Belle’s blue dress might want to wait to meet her in the France Pavilion at Epcot. Just be sure to visit during the day, as Belle does head inside once the evening hours roll around.
This fiery redhead provides loads of laughs at her meet-and-greet. She’s always up for a chat about adventures, and loves shooting her bow and arrow. Visiting her meet-and-greet station will give young visitors the opportunity to practice their archery skills and color a tapestry of their very own.
Where to find her: Merida can be found at Fairytale Gardens in Magic Kingdom. Be aware however that her station isn’t open all day, so you’ll want to catch this one while you can.
Another princess who loves a good adventure, Rapunzel is well worth a visit. She’s smart, creative, and talented, and loves visiting with people whenever possible. Of course, you would too if you’d been locked in a tower most of your life.
Where to find her: Rapunzel can usually be found at Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom. She’s also the host of Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno, meaning she’ll almost certainly be there.
A great meet-and-greet buddy for anyone who loves mermaids or the ocean, Ariel is always up for a good conversation about her home in the big blue. For an extra fun time, read up on sea creatures before your visit and surprise the mermaid with your knowledge.
Where to find her: Ariel is always hanging out in her grotto in New Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom. She can also usually be met at the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno.
Ah, Cinderella! The lovely, classic Disney princess that everyone knows and loves. No Disney trip would be complete without a visit with this gorgeous girl, and honestly, considering you’ll be walking by her castle a lot, it would be rude not to say hello at the very least.
Where to find her: When you’re looking to meet Cinderella, you’ll want to head to Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom. Those who prefer to dine with this royal lady should book a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table or Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. Of course, there’s also the option of Cinderella’s Royal Dinner at 1900 Park Fare.
Fierce and brave, Mulan is a warrior princess that we think all little girls should look up to. Want your little one to meet this amazing role model? She’s ready to meet, greet, take photos, and sign autographs in Disney World Resort.
Where to find her:Mulan can be found in Epcot in the China Pavilion at various times throughout the day.
8. Snow White
The original Disney princess, Snow White is an adorable and sweet little lady that every little girl should have the pleasure of meeting. Actually, little boys will love meeting this pretty lady, and may even get a kiss on the cheek in return for keeping her company.
Where to find her: To find Snow White, head to the Germany Pavilion in Epcot or to Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom. If you’d rather enjoy a meal with this beautiful princess, try booking a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table or Akershus Dining Hall where you might just have the pleasure of meeting up with her.
Does your child love to cook? If so, they’ll love chatting about favorite recipes with Princess Tiana. That said, even if you don’t have a young chef on your hands, they’re sure to love meeting this gorgeous princess in her beautiful green dress!
Where to find her: Tiana can usually be found at Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom. If you know you want to meet her for sure, try booking the Tiana's Riverboat Party — Ice Cream Social & Parade Viewing party.
Aurora goes by many names. For some she is Briar Rose, and for others, simply Sleeping Beauty. However, no matter what you call this princess, she is well-loved. If you have an Aurora fan on your hands, you’ll definitely want to add a meeting with her to your list of things to do!
Where to find her: Aurora can be found in a few different places. She is sometimes present at Princess Fairytale Hall, Akershus Dining Hall, and Cinderella’s Royal Table. For a more guaranteed chance to meet this princess, try visiting her at the France Pavilion in Epcot or book the My Disney Girl's Perfectly Princess Tea Party at the Garden View Tea Room.
Aladdin is an excellent Disney movie that has certainly stood the test of time. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that kids are eager to meet Princess Jasmine and talk with her about her tiger Raja, her experiences with the magic carpet, and the many other amazing adventures she’s had. Be sure to make a point of meeting this pretty lady!
Where to find her:Jasmine can be found in Epcot in the Morocco Pavilion. She is also often available for meet-and-greets at Agrabah Bazaar in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom, and is sometimes seen at Aksherkus Dining Hall in Epcot.
Can you paint with all the colors of the wind? Pocahontas can, and she’s always happy to help her visitors learn. Go visit with this brave, strong princess and have a conversation about all the wonderful things our world has to offer.
Where to find her:As of now, Pocahontas can only be found in Animal Kingdom on the Discovery Island Trails.