Elsa and Anna on Stage
  • On Feb 13, 2018
    Linsay from ON Asked

    Hi Just wondering if Moana will be at walt disney world April 28th to May 5th and where? Please cause my girl loves her And where is Elsa and Anna located looklooked at your maps but I'm just confused Thanks A Disney's princess super fan Mom

    Hi Linsay, 

    Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel.  My daughter absolutely adores the princesses as well, and we spend lots of time during our Walt Disney World Resort vacations chatting with them at the meet and greets.  

    Unfortunately, Moana is not greeting guests at Walt Disney World Resort.  Given her voyager roots, she is currently off exploring, but I would suggest keeping an eye on the Disney Parks Blog.  When she finds her way back, as voyagers always do, her homecoming will be announced on the Blog first.  

    On on the other hand, Princess Anna and Queen Elsa do have a permanent home at Royal Sommerhus in the Norway Pavilion at Epcot. Once you arrive at World Showcase, take a left and after a short walk past Mexico, you will arrive in Norway and find Royal Sommerhus.  If your daughter loves Frozen, Olaf is currently at Disney’s Hollywood Studios giving lots of warm hugs to guests as well.  He is even more loveable in person, I would recommend taking the time to visit!

    On a recent visit, my daughter and I attended the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno Restaurant at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort.  Personally, I feel that this is a must do for any princess loving Disney fans, as your party will dine with Ariel, Prince Eric, Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder.  The food is delicious, and who can resist “the smoulder”?

    I hope that helps, Linsay.  Please let us know if you have any other questions, we are always happy to help. 

    Stephanie
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