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Jiminy Cricket to return to Walt Disney World and Peter Pan on the move again at Magic Kingdom

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After months of supposition, it appears that Jiminy Cricket has finally been given the green light to return to Walt Disney World and Peter Pan makes yet another move.

Jiminy Cricket will return to Animal Kingdom’s Rafiki’s Planet Watch area near Rafiki on Sunday, April 19, 2015 until April 25, 2015.  Fans have clamoured to meet him, but he was totally unavailable for meets for quite some time.  Be sure to drop in to visit him.   Updated Animal Kingdom Map

Peter Pan will move back to his old Fantasyland stomping grounds on April 12th, 2015 (today).  He will return to the Neverland Map at the end of the Peter Pan’s Flight queue line.  His schedule should remain very similar.  Updated Magic Kingdom Map

Full schedules for everything in WDW are always found on Character Locator!




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9 COMMENTS

  1. Kenny, Disney informed me via email that Peter Pan has been removed permanently from the parks. Do you know anything of this?

  2. Is the Peter Pan Meeting still running? I can’t find it on the Disney World site! We’re only going in October but worried, as he’s the one “must-meet” character for my daughter. Greetings from Germany!

  3. I’m hearing that Jiminy Cricket will only appear for Earth Week (4/19-4/25). Is that true or will he be permanently returning?

  4. I am a huge Jiminy Cricket Fan and have never seen his character anywhere but in the parades. I would love to be able to see him and take pictures. This would be at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim. I am 61 years young and Jiminy Cricket has always been my favorite

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