Disney Princess Meet and Greet to be Offered at Disney Springs

If you’ve ever dreamed of meeting a Disney Princess during a visit to World of Disney at Disney Springs, that wish is about to come true during a one-month, limited-time offering set to debut on Saturday, October 1, 2016.

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With surprise appearances each day, you could meet Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Tiana or another visiting princess – there are no set times for specific characters, but you’re always sure to receive a royal reception.

Entertainment Show Director Tom Vazzana shared the background story of the experience:

“Cinderella had a wish for her and her fellow royal princesses to have a place to meet new friends. The Fairy Godmother was able to grant her this wish, and now, tucked away in a magical corner of World of Disney is a location befitting Cinderella’s request. A magical ‘royal hall’ was created complete with tapestries and images inspired by classic fairytales.”

A Disney PhotoPass photographer will be on hand to capture each interaction, so pictures will be available for guests to purchase or download as part of their Memory Maker product purchase.

The experience will be offered from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily from October 1 – November 1, 2016. Once you check in, a cast member will share the approximate wait time and return instructions; when it’s time for you to return to the queue, you’ll be moments away from meeting a Disney Princess.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

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It's all about the money...
It's all about the money...
4 years ago

It’s official then. WHY go to a Disney theme park? The lines for the few rides left are long, and you’re going to overpay for meet and greets and food and shopping anywhere you go. Not much else to do to be honest.

PT
PT
4 years ago

Yes, because 1 meet and greet experience sums up the entire Disney theme park experience.

Maureen
Maureen
4 years ago
Reply to  PT

No..the entire Disney theme park experience lines are too long to even do one meet and greet. It’s more dodge cars with strollers and fat people on scooters now a days.

Jeff
Jeff
4 years ago

It’s been wonderful if the losers who constantly complain about Disney actually didn’t go to the Parks.
But they do…….in droves.

Maureen
Maureen
4 years ago

I think the people to take the time to complain actually like Disney more than the sheep that just go and accept a lowering standard and don’t give a crap, as long as their kids aren’t molested by a cast member.