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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Disney Princesses at Toontown Hall of Fame

Disney Princesses, and sometimes a Prince, can be found at Toontown Hall of Fame in Disney's Magic Kingdom. Just inside the County Bounty Store located across from Goofy's Barnstormer in Toontown, is where you will find the queue for the Princesses. Look to the right as you enter County Bounty and you will see two lines, one for the Disney Fairies and one for the Disney Princesses. Click here to read more about the Disney Fairies.

We have been to the Princesses twice and have found Princess Jasmine, along with her Prince, Aladdin. See photo below.


We have also found Belle amongst the Disney royalty. Click here to read more about Belle.




Cinderella has been at the meet and greet both times. The first time, the boy stole a kiss from the Princess. See photo below.


Princess Aurora, a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty, has also been in attendance and wide awake at that!


We have also seen Snow White at the royal meet and greet.

Tips and Trivia:

  • Get to Toontown Hall of Fame early or after a rain as the lines can be quite long. Toontown opens at 10:00 am which is later than the rest of the Magic Kingdom, so plan accordingly.
  • The Princess line seems to move faster than the Fairies line, so if you want to do both, start in the Fairies line then circle back around the Princess line.
  • The "magical" Disney PHOTOPASS photographers are there to capture the moments. Click here to read more about Disney's PHOTOPASS.

  • There's LOTS of interaction with the Princess so use your line time to think of clever things to talk about . . . like books they have read. . . or the most recent royal proclamation. . . or how best to organize glass slippers. What do you think Disney's Royalty would like to talk about?

  • If you want more background/bios on the Princesses, click here.
    The photo at the beginning of this post is an example of a PHOTOPASS enhancement available on Disney's PHOTOPASS web-site.




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