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  • Thanks for all your help. I now see that Anna and Elsa have assigned times for meet-n-greet. So, do we not have to run there first thing at 9 AM to get in a 2 hr. line? Do you know how their lines work and if they are greeting guests together or apart?
  • - Asked by Angie from Ohio on 2/20/2014
  • Hi Angie:

    Thanks for sending another question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.  I am beyond excited to see that Anna and Elsa will continue meeting guests in the Norway Pavilion at Epcot.  On a recent visit, my daughter and I waited in line twice to meet the Princess and Queen (I have a slightly obsessed five year old daughter), so I understand the importance of this particular meet and greet for your family.  Currently, the queue is on a first come first serve basis.  The Cast Members "count" a certain number of guests for each time slot and once one time is full, they start the queue for the next "show".  Please be aware that this experience is extremely popular and the wait times reflect this.  When we were leaving, guests were being told by Cast Members the wait was four hours.  Personally, I would arrive as early as possible, and be prepared to wait for some time.

    When it is your turn, both Anna and Elsa will be available to meet and chat with your family, as well as pose for pictures and sign autographs.  Please keep in mind that character times and appearances are subject to change and meeting both Anna and Elsa cannot be 100% guaranteed (although highly likely).

    I hope that helps Angie.  Please let me know if you have any other questions as your Walt Disney World Resort Vacation approaches.  I would be happy to help.

    Stephanie
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