Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We are coming to WDW for one day on 02/09/12. I would love for my two toddlers see Rapunzel. When is the best time of day for a lighter line to see her? Help, I really wouldn't want them ti miss this!!
- - Asked by Michelle from rome on 12/28/2011
- Hi Michelle! You are right, you do not want a chance to miss the newest Disney Princess!
Rapunzel's Meet & Greet is located in the Magic Kingdom Park in Fantasyland. If you are familiar with Magic Kingdom, it is behind and to the right of the Cinderella Castle where Belle's Story time used to be located. On February 9th, Magic Kingdom will be participating in Extra Magic Hours for those staying on Disney property from 8:00-9:00am. I am not sure if you are staying at a WDW resort, but if you are, you will have the opportunity to get in line as soon as the park opens at 8:00am. Once you have secured your spot, only one person from your party has to stay in line because the Character Meet & Greet won't begin until 9:15. The rest of your party can enjoy some of the other attractions in Fantasyland while you wait and can meet you back around 9:00am.
If you are not able to take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours, you can arrive at 9:00am and head to the Meet & Greet first or call this number (407) 824-2222. They will be able to provide you with the exact times Rapunzel will be available that day.
Once the character greet session begins, the cast member will only allow a limited number of guests in at one time. There will be coloring sheets available for your children to color from the movie Tangled while they wait inside. It will soon be your turn to meet the beautiful Rapunzel for photos and autographs!
I hope this helps you have the most magical visit to the Walt Disney World Resort in February. Please let me know if you have any other questions!
Have a magical day!
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