If you have a princess fan in your life, a trip to Disney world is the perfect vacation for them. From thrilling rides to fabulous dining experiences, the Disney World property features an enormous number of princess-themed options, meaning your favorite princess fan will have an absolute blast.
Of course, the very best thing about Disney World for those who love princesses is the ability to meet their favorite royalty in person. Therefore, once you are on property the question becomes, “Where do I go to see the princesses?”
Luckily, there are plenty of princesses throughout the parks and resorts. In fact, there are so many royal ladies waiting to greet you, you may want to bring a checklist just to make sure you see them all.
That’s where the list below comes in. We’ve compiled a list of all the princesses that can currently be found on Disney property as well as where to find them. Hopefully this collection of information will help you keep those princess-loving girls happy for the entirety of your trip and give them memories to last a lifetime.
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.