If you love the Disney princesses, there are some great places to spot Cinderella, Ariel, Jasmine, Belle and friends in person at Disney World. If you are traveling with a princess fan, make sure you add these top picks to your "to do" list the next time you take a Disney vacation.
Whether you're stopping in for a makeover at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in the Cinderella Castle or taking a ride on the "Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid" attraction, you and your little princess will find a world of magic and royalty await you at Disney World Resorts.
Explore the following list and be sure to book reservations at the princess-themed dinners and hair salons in advance to make sure your little princess fan has a chance to enjoy all the magic Disney World has to offer.
Edited by Dawn Henthorn, Florida Travel Expert since June 2000
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Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
Let the fairy godmothers at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique turn your little girl into a Disney princess. The makeover process takes about an hour and includes a full makeover package complete with a new dress, shoes, and other princesses' accessories. There are Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique locations in the Magic Kingdom and at Downtown Disney.
Want a magical makeover for your little princess without the big price tag? Bring a dress from home and book an appointment at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for the lower-priced "Coach" package, which includes hair, nails, and makeup. You will save bunches on the makeover, but the experience will be just as magical.
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Princess Character Dining
Get some one-on-one time with your favorite Disney princess and enjoy a great meal at the same time when you book a character meal, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at a variety of locations in Disney World dressed up as prince and princesses.
During your meal, a selection of Disney characters will stop by your table to visit, sign autographs, and pose for photos in a relaxed indoor setting. Favorite locations include Cinderella's Castle in the Magic Kingdom, Norway's Akershus in Epcot and the Grand Floridian's 1900 Park Faire.
Character dining locations book up quickly, so call ahead for a reservation. You can book your princess breakfast, lunch, or dinner up to 180 days in advance.
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Princess Themed Rides
Look for rides featuring your favorite Disney princess when you visit the theme parks. The Magic Kingdom offers some of the best "princess" themed attractions in Disney World, including a carousel featuring the "Cinderella" characters, Snow White's Scary Adventure, and the Magic Carpet of "Aladdin."
Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom has gotten a princess makeover, so keep an eye out for the new princesses' attractions, including "Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid."
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Princess Themed Shows
Enjoy live performances and the wonder of Disney's latest animation innovations—and get a glimpse of your favorite princesses at Hollywood Studios and the Magic Kingdom.
Disney's Hollywood Studios offers two princess-based shows, one featuring Belle and another is a sing-a-long featuring Anna and Elsa from "Frozen."
Don't miss Mickey's Philharmagic, a 3D Fantasyland adventure featuring Belle, Ariel, and Jasmine.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Princess Character Greetings
All four Disney theme parks offer you the opportunity to meet your favorite princesses in person. Check theme park maps and schedules for meeting times and pack an autograph book or item for each princess to sign.
Look for princesses in their home countries in Epcot, and at Princess Fairytale Hall and Enchanted Tales with Belle in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom.