The Crystal Palace Character Breakfast

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The Crystal Palace Character Breakfast at the Magic Kingdom

Food/Dining Type:  American

Location:  Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom

Meal:  Breakfast

Type of service:  Buffet

Price:  Adults $24.49-28.75; Child (3-9) $13.84-15.97  Tax included

Gratuity included:  NO.  Groups of 8 or more 18% required tip.

Reservations:  Highly Suggested

Hours:  8:05-10:30am

Disney Dining Plan:  YES (1 Table Service per person)

Tables in Wonderland Discount:  YES

Freshly Baked Pastries Raspberry Crumb Cake, Croissants, Chocolate Croissants, Banana Nut Bread, Assorted Muffins, Fresh Baked Bagels

Assorted Breakfast Cereals

Scrambled Eggs and Omelette Station with bacon, sausage etc…

Characters:  Eeyore, Piglet, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh

Piglet
Eeyore
Tigger
Winnie the Pooh

24 thoughts on “The Crystal Palace Character Breakfast”

  1. Question when you have an early breakfast reservation before the park opens are there cast members to take photos of you using memory maker?

  2. Hi Kenny,
    I was wondering if you could help me. I have an early breakfast booked at the Crystal Palace in October. Our reservations are for 8:40. The park doesn’t open until 9:00. How early can we get in, as I would love to get some pictures of the castle without the crowd. Also, is there a separate entrance to get in if you have reservations, as I imagine there would already be a crowd waiting to get in for the rope drop.
    Thanks for your help!
    Nadine

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