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  • Trip to Disney in Feb for my daughters' birthdays (Ages 4 and 1).  My soon to be 4 is all about the princesses.  I would like to know if there's something like lunch with princesses that we could all do as a family that everyone would enjoy
  • - Asked by janibel from Florida on 1/23/2008
  • There are many opportunities for dining and visiting with the Princesses.  

    In the Magic Kingdom, Cinderella’s Royal Table offers a breakfast or lunch where the princesses greet diners throughout the meal. You’ll first have your picture taken with Cinderella in the lobby and you’ll get a complimentary keepsake photo to take home. Dining with Cinderella in the castle requires reservations which are sometimes difficult to obtain.

    Cinderella is also at 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian. She greets guests to her Happily Ever After dinner.

    In Epcot, there is Princess Storybook dining at the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. You’ll journey to Norway in World Showcase for this meal. Note that Cinderella does not hold court here but many of the other princesses will be there.

    For other princess interactions, read your Times Guides for each park. They will list Character Greeting opportunities that will be available during your vacation. For instance, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan and Aurora can often be found in Epcot’s World Showcase during Meet and Greet times.

    In the Magic Kingdom, you can see Ariel at Ariel’s Grotto. While in Toontown, visit the Toontown Hall of Fame’s Princess Room. You’ll be able to have pictures and autographs with various princesses in attendance that day. Have a magical time!

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