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New Princess greeting Guests at the Magic Kingdom

New Princess greeting Guests at the Magic Kingdom

You will not believe who is now greeting guests at the Magic Kingdom. You will want to add this to your next touring plan.

Characters Returning

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There is nothing quite like meeting your favorite Disney characters while in the Parks. Over the summer, characters returned to Adventureland and Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom. At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, characters have once again returned to Dinoland USA. Be sure to read Monica’s best strategy and tips for meeting characters at Walt Disney World HERE.

These scheduled meet and greets are wonderful, but we have also enjoyed great characters roaming throughout the parks as well. Back in October, we shared that Rapunzel could be found roaming in Fantasyland. Check out the full location and details HERE.

New Princess at Magic Kingdom

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At times, Disney will surprise guests with fun interactions with characters. Back in August, guests could not only meet Mulan while at EPCOT, but they could also meet Li Shang from the animated film Mulan. Now guests can meet Mulan in a brand-new park.

At Magic Kingdom, guests can meet Snow White at Curtain Call which is to the right of Town Square Theatre where Mickey Mouse greets guests. Now not only can guests meet Snow White at this location, but also Mulan. Yesterday, Snow White and Mulan alternated greeting guests at this location.

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At this time it is uncertain if this may simply be for character training or if this may be a normal character interaction. We would love for this to be a normal occurrence.

Snow White and Mulan alternated greeting guests at Curtain Call near Town Square Theatre at Magic Kingdom.

What do you think of this new meeting location? Which character do you hope will return next? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook page.


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