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Ultimate Disney Princess Vacation

Have a princess wanting to do and see that princess stuff at Walt Disney World during your next vacation? We have where you can find it all! From meet and greets to rides and shows, we have the ultimate Disney Princess list for your vacation.

The Disney Princesses can be found in various ways throughout the four Disney Parks. Use this list to help plan your princess-focused visit.

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Magic Kingdom

We will start in Disney Park, the most focused on Disney Princesses. Magic Kingdom has a variety of ways that Guests can enjoy experiencing princess magic.


Under the Sea, ~ Voyage of the Little Mermaid is all about Ariel finding her princes. Guests board their clam shells as they travel through the story of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Narrated by Scuttle, this ride includes some of the movie’s highlights.

From outstanding songs, great visuals and special effects, and beautiful animatronics, this ride allows Guests to become part of Ariel’s world.

Another princess-themed ride in Magic Kingdom is the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Although the lovely dwarfs are the focus of this ride, riders do get to see Snow White dancing away in the cottage at the end.

If you have a Snow White fan, you won’t want to skip this attraction during your visit to Magic Kingdom.


A handful of shows allow Guests to see their favorite princesses. One of the most popular options is Enchanted Tales with Belle. This experience is a combination of a show and a meet and greet. Guests can help Luminire retell the story of Belle and the Beast.

Kids, and a few grown adults, are given parts to help retell the story. They get to participate in the show actively and even visit with Belle at the end. This is one of the unique experiences and shouldn’t be missed if you are a princess fan.

Many of the Princesses can also be seen in Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire and the Festival of Fantasy Parade. Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire is the stage show that happens throughout the day in front of Cinderella Castle. It includes Mickey, his pals, and a handful of princesses, often including Elsa, Anna, and Tiana.

During the Festival of Fantasy Parade, Guests can see so many of their beloved princesses (and even some princes) on amazing floats. If you have a big princess fan, this parade is one that you will want to make time for throughout your vacation.

Meet and Greets

Magic Kingdom is a great place to meet a lot of princesses as well. Princess Fairytale Hall is host to four princesses each day. These changes but often include Cinderella, Rapunzel, Elena, Tiana, and Aurora.

You can sometimes catch the princesses out by the Wishing Well, back in Liberty Tree at the gazebo, or even in the Rose Gardens. This doesn’t happen too often, but pay attention during your visit.

Don’t forget that the princesses are also back at Cinderella’s Royal Table. Guests can now dine in the castle throughout the day and have the opportunity to meet Cinderella and other Disney princesses. This is a highly popular option and one that you will need to book early.

Magic Kingdom has a lot of opportunities for seeing princesses during a visit.



EPCOT is also a fantastic place to see many princesses. The World Showcase is the main area for Guests to come across Disney princesses. Here they meet Guests at many of the different pavilions.

From Jasmine in Morocco to Belle in France, Guests can see and visit many princesses around the beautiful World Showcase.

If you can’t get into Cinderella’s Royal Table, Akershus is another excellent meal option where princesses are present. This gorgeous Norweign-themed castle offers a handful of princesses for Guests to get autographs, hugs, and pictures with during their meal.

Finally, princess fans won’t want to miss out on the Frozen Ever After ride. This boat ride takes Guests into the story of Elsa and Anna. Guests travel along the waterway as they see different scenes from this beloved film. It is also full of fun, magic, and a little excitement.

Look at the schedule to know when and where the princesses are meeting throughout EPCOT. This can help you plan your day so you won’t miss anyone.

First Time in Forever Elsa
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Disney’s Hollywood Studios


Two fantastic shows bring the Disney princesses to Guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Beauty and the Beast: Live on Stage uniquely retells this beautiful story. With fantastic live-action and fabulous costumes, this show will blow you away.

See Belle fall in love with her beast and watch him transform right before your eyes.

For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along is a fantastic telling of the Frozen story. The two historians that narrate the show are fantastic and so funny that everyone will enjoy the show. Sing along to your favorite songs from the movie, and you celebrate Elsa, Anna, and all their friends.

When visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you won’t want to miss out on these two princess-themed shows. They are so well done and genuinely magical.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom

There are two princesses that Guests can find at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Moana (starting April 22) and Pochoantas greet Guests at this Disney Park. Both meet around the Tree of Life on Discovery Island.

If you have a fan of Moana, be prepared to wait as we anticipate she will be extremely popular.

For those traveling with fans of the Disney Princesses, these are some of the top experiences you won’t want to miss. These allow Guests to experience their favorite princesses while having a wonderful time in the Park.


Jennifer Retzlaff

Jennifer became a lifelong Disney fan during her first trip to Walt Disney World in 6th grade. From that moment, Disney became a big part of her life. She quickly started to introduce her love of Disney to her family with a Disney honeymoon and then family trips when her youngest was 18 months old. She loves the magic that Disney brings to people through theme parks, cruises, and adventures. As a teacher, she tries to bring Disney magic into her classroom to help kids believe that “If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It.” She is also part of the Magic Vacation Planner team as a personal travel advisor. With this team, she can now help others plan magical vacations. She loves bringing her love to Disney to readers with How to Disney.

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