13 Best Places to Meet Disney Princesses (PHOTOS)

Lee Allport | Jul 23, 2015 Home & Garden
13 Best Places to Meet Disney Princesses (PHOTOS)

Walt Disney World is full of beloved characters, but there's something special about Disney princesses. Tales as old as time ring true in the hearts of girls young and old. Whether you and your kids love classic princesses such as Sleeping Beauty or you're decked head-to-toe in Frozen merchandise, you'll probably want some Disney princess photo ops.

Following are 13 of the best places to meet a Disney princesses, so you won't miss a single magical moment. 

 

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  • Princess Anna & Queen Elsa

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    The line to visit with Princess Anna and Queen Elsa is one of the longest among the Disney princesses, so be sure to make FastPass+ reservations as early as 60 days before your vacation. These two ice queens await your arrival at Magic Kingdom inside Fantasyland's Fairytale Hall.

  • Enchanted Tales with Belle

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    A fan favorite, Enchanted Tales with Belle, as she is officially known, and her storybook world are in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom. She welcomes FastPass+ reservations in advance of your visit, as she's in high demand. 

  • Princess Jasmine

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    Snap a picture with Aladdin's Princess Jasmine in the Morocco pavilion at Epcot's beautiful World Showcase. When you're done, step into Tangier Traders and the Brass Bazaar for princess frocks and more.

  • Mulan

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    More of a heroine than a princess, Mulan teaches children to follow their heart and fight for what is right. Meet Mulan for photos and autographs at the World Showcase China pavilion inside Epcot. Time it right and you can grab a snack, relax, and wait for the Jeweled Dragon Acrobats to perform their daring feats nearby.

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  • Tinkerbell

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    If you want to take a picture with Tinkerbell you can do it as soon as you set foot inside Magic Kingdom. The Town Square Theater is home to many characters, including Tinkerbell and the man himself, Mickey Mouse. Tink loves to show guests around Pixie Hollow because it's huge. Well, huge for her anyway. 

  • Disney Jr.'s Princess Sofia

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    Disney Jr.'s Sofia the First might as well be named Miss Manners. Sofia the First meet and greets can be found outside the doors of Stage Five in the Animation Courtyard at Hollywood Studios. Be sure to mind your pleases and thank-yous.

  • Princess Tiana

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    If you'd like to meet Princess Tiana your best plan is to do so on the way out of the Magic Kingdom's Haunted Mansion. She's located right inside Liberty Square underneath a beautiful forest gazebo. She'll be a breath of fresh air after the happy haunts rattle you up.

  • Snow White

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    A classic Disney princess, you can meet Snow White and score her autograph in the Germany pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase. She's probably getting lonely with those dwarves away working at the new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train inside Magic Kingdom. 

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  • Princess Merida

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    This fiery redhead never slows down. If you want to catch Brave's Merida, you can find her in Fairytale Garden at the Magic Kingdom. She hosts a meet-and-play where kids can practice archery and color tapestries of Merida and Angus. This new experience is great for preschool-age children.

  • The Little Mermaid

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    A fan fave for years, the Little Mermaid -- both the film and Ariel herself -- is as popular as ever. Step into Ariel's Grotto, where she has surrounded herself with all the things you would expect from a curious mermaid wishing she were part of our world. Find her in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom. When you're finished with your princess selfie, cool off with a delicious LeFou's Brew at Gaston's Tavern just a minute or so down the way. 

  • Princess Aurora

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    Meet Princess Aurora (aka Sleeping Beauty) in the fragrant garden at Epcot's France pavilion, which also happens to be home to a delicious boulangerie (get the chocolate croissants) and a perfume shop that any real-life princess would love. 

  • Cinderella & Rapunzel

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    Is your daughter obsessed with the long, gorgeous mane belonging to Tangled's Rapunzel? Are you obsessed with Cinderella's glass slipper? If so then stop by the Fairytale Hall in Fantasyland. Both Cinderella and Rapunzel occupy the space next to the Frozen princesses. Tip: Rapunzel's line is almost always much shorter, so no sense wasting a FastPass+ reservation.

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  • Pocahontas

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    Meet Pocahontas and get her autograph at Animal Kingdom's Character Landing. Just follow the path through the lush landscape, near the Tree of Life (because where else would she be, really?).

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