For girls who dream about being a princess, there’s no better place to live out their royal fantasy than Disney World. Between one-on-one interactions with your favorite princesses, eating and partying like royalty, and princess makeovers from Fairy Godmothers-in-Training there are so many ways to live like a Disney princess!
Magic Kingdom‘s Princess Fairytale Hall features princesses like Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella and Elena waiting to chat and pose for pictures with enthusiastic guests, while the brave Merida can be found at the Fairytale Garden and Ariel hangs out at her grotto.
Several princesses can be spotted around Epcot’s World Showcase, waiting to meet guests of all ages. Princess Anna and Queen Elsa of Arendelle are waiting to greet fans in the Royal Sommerhus, a cozy cabin in the Norway pavilion while Belle hangs out in the shade by the water’s edge in France. Guests can also find Jasmine and Aladdin in Morocco, Mulan in China and Snow White in Germany.
Dining Like Royalty
Cinderella’s Royal Table is a dining experience straight out of a storybook, featuring table-side appearances from princesses throughout the meal. Young princes and princesses are encouraged to dress up for the reserved breakfast, lunch, or dinner in the majestic Grand Hall of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom, overlooking Fantasyland through the castle’s stained glass windows.
Dine in Norway’s medieval castle at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall and meet Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, and Ariel as you enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in the royal restaurant, located in Epcot’s World Showcase. Take your royal treatment to the next level with a special Storybook Moment or a My Disney Fairytale Proclamation. The Storybook moment includes a special invitation, royal tiara, princess sash and a personalized proclamation declaring you as royalty by your favorite Disney Princess. The Fairytale Proclamation features a tiara, light-up crystal slipper, princess robe and personalized proclamation signed by your favorite princess.
At Disney’s Grand Floridian Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner is a buffet at 1900 Park Fare, where you can dine as the honored guest of Cinderella and Prince Charming. For an extra special experience, you can be declared royalty with a personalized proclamation. You’ll also receive a “storybook moment” invitaion, royal tiara, princess sash, and a chance to meet your favorite Disney princess.
Trattoria Al Forno’s Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast features special appearances by Ariel, Prince Eric, Rapunzel and Flynn Rider at the restaurant, which is located at Disney’s Boardwalk. The meal includes an entree of your choice and seasonal fruit and fresh pastries for the table.
These royal meals are very popular, so it is highly recommended that guests make reservations up to 180 days in advance.
Tiana’s Riverboat Party begins at the Liberty Square Riverboat dock at Magic Kingdom with an ice cream social featuring ice cream, toppings, and other sweet treats. Then, guests board the riverboat for a relaxing ride around Tom Sawyer Island with prime viewing of the Disney Festival of Fantasy parade. Hosted by Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen, the riverboat party costs $49 for adults and $29 for kids ages 9 and under. Reservations can be made for the daily ice cream social by calling (407) WDW- DINE.
The Perfectly Princess Tea Party at the Garden View Tea Room is a special event for princesses between 3 and 9 years old. A rose petal from Aurora’s garden comes alive to host the tea party, with a special appearance by Princess Aurora herself. Little guests can come dressed as their favorite princesses (or princes) and enjoy stories, sing-a-longs, and a special princess parade while sipping on apple juice “tea” and eating cake and other treats. Each little girl under the age of 10 goes home with cinch bag filled with gifts including an 18″ Aurora doll, princess tiara, silver princess bracelet and necklace, fresh rose, sticker page, and best friend certificate for the doll. Princes under 10 also receive a special gift; a sword and shield, souvenir pin, plush Disney bear, and best friend certificate. Guests older than 10 can purchase the gift bags for $136.22. Admission for the Perfectly Princess Tea Party costs $333.64 for one small guest accompanied by an adult. Adults can enjoy a special menu during the event, featuring signature blended steeped tea, fruit, tea sandwiches and more.
Bibiddi Bobbidi Boutique
Fairy Godmothers-in-Training are on hand to give royal makeovers to young princes and princesses at Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle or at Once Upon a Toy at Disney Springs. Little girls can choose fairytale princess, Disney diva, or color star makeovers, each including a new hairstyle, make-up and nail polish, and a princess sash. Boys are welcome as well, and can be transformed into brave knights. The various package options range in price and accessories.
- Crown Package (starts at $64.95): The basic princess package includes hairstyling, shimmering make up & face gem, princess stash and cinch sack, nail polish
- Courtyard Package (starts at $109.95): Includes a Bibiddi Bobbidi Boutique t-shirt and tutu in addition to hairstyling, shimmering make-up and face gem, a princess sash, cinch sack and nail polish.
- Castle Package (starts at $199.95): Guests can choose a Disney princess gown, crown and want to match their hairstyle, shimmering make-up and face gem, nail polish, princess sash and cinch sack.
- Knight Package ($19.95 plus tax): The basic knight package includes hairstyling with gel, mighty sword and shield, confetti
- Deluxe Knight Package ($79.95 plus tax): Guests receive hairstyling with gel, mighty sword and shield, confetti, and a prince costume.
There are additional accessories available for purchase, like a royal knight costume t-shirt, princess shoes, ponytail hairpieces, tiaras, and more. You can document the experience with a memory maker photo pass package for $32.95, which features one 6″ x 8″ photo and four 4″ x 6″ photos in a special photo holder.