Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Apr 28, 2011
    Denice from MO Asked

    We will be visiting Florida May 14 or 15th and then staying for 3 to 4 days. I have a 4 year old girl. What is the best plan for a short visit? Are all the princess meetings long waits, or is it just Rapunzel?

    Hi Denice!

    May 15th is my birthday! So, I'll be imagining you there wishing I was celebrating there, too! :)

    My daughter is 5 so I know it is important to see Rapunzel and the Princesses! The wait for Rapunzel is definitely long--I was there a few months ago and I asked the Cast Member when the best time is for seeing Rapunzel and Flynn. She told me to be there when the park opens and run to the Fairytale Garden to be first in line! So, that's what I'd do!

    For the other Princesses, they have a new Meet & Greet in the Town Square Theatre where you can get a FAST PASS to see Mickey & Minnie or the Princesses! You can read about it on the Disney Parks Blog.

    As far as your short vacation--you still have plenty of time to hit as many parks as you can handle. If you have park-hoppers, you might want to just hit up your favorite rides at every park and do to two parks in one day. OR go low-key...as much as I love to do the parks every minute of my vacation, it is really nice to spend a day away from the parks and hang out at the hotel and pool or doing something else relaxing like shopping or mini golf.
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