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  • On Jan 14, 2013
    Alyssa Asked

    Need to max our day at MK! Must do items are Storytime w/ Belle, lunch at BOG, meet Tinkerbelle, Rapunzel, Tiana & Merida. Have 8:10 ADR at CP, 4:40 at BBB and 6:40 at CRT. How to best plan our time to do everything w/ minimal waiting? Thx, love the pa

    Hi Alyssa,

    It sounds like your planning is already off to a good start. Breakfast at Crystal Palace will get you inside the park early and fuel you for a full day.

    Enchanted Tales with Belle in New Fantasyland takes you inside the story of Beauty and the Beast, allowing guests to act out the parts of many of the characters.  It is incredibly popular. If you want to see it with minimal wait, I would head there directly after breakfast, then check out the rest of New Fantasyland.

    Be Our Guest is adjacent to Enchanted Tales with Belle, Ariel's Grotto, where you can meet Ariel, and the Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid attraction.

    Most of the characters on your must-see list hang out a short distance from Cinderella Castle. Tinker Bell and her friends appear in Tinker Bell's Magical Nook just inside Adventureland. Tiana greets guests near Liberty Square, and Merida appears in the Fairytale Garden, which is between Cinderella Castle and Mad Tea Party.

    A greeting area for Rapunzel is under construction near it's a small world. You can see the top of her tower behind the construction fence. Until that opens, Rapunzel may be one of the princesses appearing in Town Square Theater near the entrance to Main Street USA. That's Mickey's headquarters, too.

    Here's the good part: Fast Passes are available for the princesses and Mickey, which helps cut your wait time.

    Make sure you pick up a times guide on your way to breakfast. You can use it to see the characters' schedules and plan your route to catch them all.

    I hope that helps. Enjoy your time at Magic Kingdom!
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