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Princess Fairytale Hall Photo Gallery New Fantasyland Magic Kingdom

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Attraction Info | Construction Photos | Artist Renderings INTRODUCTION Princess Fairytale Hall is part of Walt Disney World's ongoing Fantasyland Expansion. This new character greeting spot features several Disney Princesses, such as Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) and Jasmine — perhaps others. It is located in the center of Fantasyland on the site of … Continue reading "Princess Fairytale Hall Photo Gallery New Fantasyland Magic Kingdom"
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Princess Elena of Avalor to Appear at Princess Fairytale Hall

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Beginning November 24, Princess Elena of Avalor -- the first Disney princess inspired by diverse Latin cultures -- will begin to greet guests alongside other royal friends at Princess Fairytale Hall in the Magic Kingdom. At Princess Fairytale Hall, guests can choose between a meeting with Elena and Cinderella or a visit with Rapunzel and Tiana. You can make FastPass+ arrangements for dates that include Elena appearances starting October 14. Princess Elena of Avalor first made her grand debut at Magic Kingdom back in August, with Cinderella officially welcoming her to the kingdom in "The Princess Elena Royal Welcome" show. This show will be performed several times a day on the Castle Forecourt Stage throughout the fall.
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Changes Coming to Princess Fairytale Hall

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Once the Royal Sommerhus opens in Epcot's Norway pavilion on June 21, Anna and Elsa will no longer appear at Princess Fairytale Hall in the Magic Kingdom. Cinderella and Rapunzel will each have their own side in the hall, and each will be accompanied by "visiting" princess, which will change daily.
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Monstrous Summer Preview: Princess Fairytale Hall

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no photos were permitted behind the wall, but we do have some new artists' renderings of what Princess Fairytale Hall will look like. I was also able to get a few more details about the meet-and-greet location, which will be approximately on the site of the former Snow White's Scary Adventures, from Imagineers Pam Rawlins, assistant producer, and creative designer Jason Grandt.
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Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Magic Kingdom

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Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween party nights begin at the Magic Kingdom on Friday, Aug. 17. This year, there will be additional experiences to make the evening even more special, like new lighting and effects on the Mad Tea Party and interactive pirates on Pirates of the Caribbean. Special Halloween goodies and merchandise will also be available.
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The Princess Experience

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by Debra Martin Koma AllEars® Senior Editor Feature Article This article appeared in the June 7, 2011 Issue #611 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) My only child is of the male variety, so as a result, I never really have had the chance to enjoy what you might call "The Princess Experience" at Walt Disney … Continue reading "The Princess Experience"
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“A Princess Royal Reception” Comes to Disney Springs This October

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A one-month, limited-time offering debuted on October 1 at the World of Disney at Disney Springs Marketplace. "A Princess Royal Reception" takes place at the store intermittently between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day featuring a visiting Disney princess -- Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Tiana or another. There are no set times for specific characters. A Disney PhotoPass photographer is on hand to capture each interaction, and the photos are available for guests to purchase or download as part of their Memory Maker product purchase. When you arrive at the World of Disney, check in for the experience and a cast member will tell you the approximate wait time and return instructions. When it is time for you to return to the queue, you'll be moments away from meeting a Disney Princess. The royal reception will run through November 1.
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UPDATED: What’s new for 2014 at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World

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This year, Halloween at Walt Disney World begins even earlier than usual. Typically, the resort offers its first Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party during the second week of September. This, year, the first party is Sept. 1 -- that's next Monday! Presumably, the early date is planned to catch guests vacationing at the resort for Labor Day weekend. Expect to see the fall decorations going up along Main Street, U.S.A., this week and throughout the Magic Kingdom, where the party takes place. Already, we saw plenty of Halloween merchandise at The Emporium over the weekend, and the store has two of its window displays dedicated to the upcoming holiday.
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