Anna and Elsa Now at Princess Fairytale Hall in the Magic Kingdom

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Anna and Elsa

You know Disney loves making your dreams come true. So now they are sprinkling a little extra pixie dust on your Disney vacation because now you can meet the awesome Anna and Elsa from Frozen. They are now appearing at Princess Fairytale Hall. 

The outside is bright and eye catching so you won’t miss it on your stroll around the kingdom that is magical. The castle-like entrance to Princess Fairytale Hall features walls of stone and stained glass windows with images from the Disney animated film classic Cinderella. The entryway opens to a large Royal Gallery – an airy space with stone columns and a high ceiling with wooden beams and peaked arches. Framed portraits of Disney princesses adorn the walls.

When you enter you get to pick between 2 queues one for Cinderella and Rapunzel or one for Anna, Elsa, and another visiting princess. You will be ushered into the royal chambers, richly paneled in wood and elegantly finished. Cinderella and Rapunzel are in one reception room, while Anna and Elsa are in the other, joined by one other Disney princess.

A visiting princess may be Aurora, Snow White, Tiana, Jasmine or Mulan.

Each chamber features a large framed painting of a fairytale landscape and a table with a set of bound leather storybooks that bear the titles of fairytales in the language of the original tale, including Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen,” with the title in Danish, “Snedronningen.” Rose vases are located on the far side of each reception room and wallpaper decorated with crowns and other royal imagery completes the scene. Guests are encouraged to bring cameras and autograph books. Disney PhotoPass Imaging specialists also are on hand to capture the events in each room.

“Through the years dating to Walt’s time, fairy tales have always been a rich cornerstone of Disney storytelling,” said Chris Beatty, Creative Executive Director of Walt Disney Imagineering. “Princess Fairytale Hall carries on our tradition of bringing classic Disney fairy tales to life in new and unexpected ways.”

My advice is book your Fastpasses now because I know this a very popular meet and greet!

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust



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