I’ve gotten a lot of people asking me questions about Jasmine’s new costume that debuted at the first Halloween Party. Here’s a few responses for you. Continue reading What’s the deal with Jasmine’s new costume?
How to meet every Princess in Walt Disney World with no stress
Meeting the all the Disney Princesses in one trip can seem like a daunting task to many first time visitors, but you don’t have to be stressed to meet the dresses! Here’s some tips for meeting all the Princesses and I even threw in some bonus female face characters at the end of the post.
Anna and Elsa – Magic Kingdom’s Fairytale Hall (only)
The best way to save time meeting the frozen sisters is to pre-arrange Fastpass+. Guests who are staying onsite should book these around midnight 60 days before their trip, but choose the farthest out date during your trip. If you are unsure when our 60 day window begins, check my Crowd Calendars. If they still don’t show up, try using my tips on How to get hard to find Fastpass+ reservations (may be necessary for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train too). If you don’t succeed at first, keep trying!
If you just can’t find Fasptasses and don’t want to wait 2 hours or more, then arrive at the Magic Kingdom 30-45 minutes early. Go straight to one of the ropes on the sides of the train station. When they count down to open the park, stay right on the rope and don’t let people cut you in line. The Cast Members will escort the rope all the way to the Castle in a VERY slow fashion. Once you reach the Castle, go straight through and bear left at the Prince Charming Carousel. You’ll need to circle it to enter the regular Stand By line.
Another option may be visiting during LATE Extra Magic Hours, if you are onsite. The ladies are available from park open to close and DO NOT appear at ANY character dining.
NOTE: Anna and Elsa appear in the same room, but don’t appear in the same photo any longer! Continue reading How to meet every Princess in Walt Disney World with no stress
|Disney World Character Meals|
|1900 Park Fare – Breakfast||1900 Park Fare – Dinner||Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Breakfast||Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Lunch|
|Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Dinner||Cape May Café – Breakfast||Cinderella Royal Table – Breakfast||Cinderella Royal Table – Lunch|
|Cinderella Royal Table – Dinner||Chef Mickey’s – Breakfast||Chef Mickey’s – Dinner||Crystal Palace – Breakfast|
|Crystal Palace – Lunch||Crystal Palace – Dinner||Garden Grill – Dinner||Hollywood & Vine – Breakfast|
|Hollywood & Vine – Lunch||Mickey’s Backyard BBQ – Dinner||Ohana – Breakfast||Perfectly Princess Tea Party – Brunch|
|Pirates and Pals Fireworks – Dinner||Tusker House – Breakfast||Tusker House – Lunch||Wonderland Tea Party – afternoon|
Cinderella’s Royal Table Breakfast at Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom
Food/Dining Type: American
Location: Inside Cinderella Castle
Type of service: Table service – all you care to eat
Price: Adults $52.07-58.13; Child (3-9) $33.47-36.98 Tax included
Gratuity included: YES
Reservations: Highly Suggested
Disney Dining Plan: YES (2 Table Services per person)
Tables in Wonderland Discount: YES
Pastry Basket Assorted Breakfast Pastries
Steak and Eggs Grilled Filet Mignon on a mild Chipotle-Caramelized Onion Frittata served with our Signature Rosemary-Lemon Roasted Potatoes
Baked Quiche Goat Cheese, Spinach, and Mushroom Quiche with a dollop of Goat Cheese Cream served with Rosemary-Lemon Roasted Potatoes tossed with Arugula
Cream Cheese-stuffed French Toast drizzled with Cognac Chocolate Ganache served with Bacon and fresh Fruit
Traditional Breakfast Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, and Rosemary-Lemon Roasted Potatoes
Lobster and Crab Crepes Warm Cheese-filled Crepes topped with Spinach, Sauteed Lobster, and Blue Crab Meat with a Poached Egg perched on top and draped in Hollandaise Sauce
Complimentary Photopass or Memory Maker image download
Children’s Gifts: Children (ages 3-9) receive gifts at the table. Girls receive a princess wand and boys receive a sword.
Characters: Cinderella, Ariel, Aurora, Snow White, Jasmine (rare)