One of my favorite new things at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is the Princess Fairytale Hall. When we were there at the end of September, one of my goals was to explore the new attraction, and I somehow talked my somewhat reluctant husband into exploring with me!
The Princess Fairytale Hall is located directly behind Cinderella’s Castle and to the right of the Prince Charming Regal Carousel. Rapunzel and Cinderella are always waiting to greet you in the Hall along with two of their Princess friends. You can find out which friends will be visiting by checking the My Disney Experience App on whatever day you’re going to the park. You can also find out once you’re in the park, because they will put up pictures at the front of each line of all the Princesses that are inside the hall that day.
Is the Wait Worth It?
When Chris and I got in line, the wait said 10 minutes. Well, it was more like 30 or 40. The Cast Members only let in a few people at a time to see the Princesses which makes the wait time extremely long. But, in my opinion, it is SO worth it! Bring something for the kids to do during those long wait times though, because they will get bored. We saw some mom’s pull out coloring books for a group of little ones in front of us and they were pretty happy up until the time they saw Rapunzel.
It’s All In the Details
Chris and I loved all the details inside the Hall. The long hallway was lined with pictures of some of the best Disney Princesses (Aurora, Mulan, Tiana, etc) and Cinderella’s slipper was displayed at the front of the queue.
I love that Disney has started making the lines interactive at the parks. Now, the line for the Princess Fairytale Hall is not interactive, but there is a whole lot to look at!
The Meet & Greet
Since we went to the Magic Kingdom the same night we attended Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, we were both dressed up in our costumes. No one got who I was…but everyone was pretty impressed with Chris’ costume. Especially Rapunzel.
It was great to get to see two Princesses in one place and it was great to get out of the sun for a little while.
So, are you going to visit your favorite Princess the next time you go to Disney?