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  • Are adults allowed to dress up as "royalty" for princess character dining? My daughter had a lavish princess party for her 4th bday & I had a beautiful dress custom made for her & a coordinating adult costume. Would it be odd for me to dr
  • - Asked by Alison on 11/4/2011
  • Hi Alison!

          Guests nine years old and under are permitted to wear costumes in the parks of Walt Disney World. There are only two events during the year where guests older than nine years old are allowed to wear a costume in the parks of Walt Disney. The first is during Star Wars Weekends in Hollywood Studios which typically occurs in May and June of each year. The other time is at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party which is a hard ticket event in the Magic Kingdom that is typically held in September and October each year. You could wear a Princess Crown for example because various hats and head coverings are permitted (Mouse Ears are OK too).

    I hope that your next vacation in Walt Disney World is truly amazing and even magical!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc
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