The Definitive List of Where to Find All 13 Disney Princesses (And One Queen)

Do you have a little (or big) princess at your house? For some kids, and their parents, the Disney Princesses are a huge part of a Disney vacation. Maybe they dream of swimming under the sea with Ariel or wishing at a well with Snow White. No matter who their favorites are, they can be found at Walt Disney World! 

The ladies at Princess Merida’s Coronation

So, where are all the princesses? Well, they’re scattered around all four theme parks and some resorts in various shows, attractions, and meet and greets! But don’t feel overwhelmed – this guide will tell you where you can see all of your favorite royals, broken down Princess by Princess.

Please keep in mind, that all entertainment and availability is subject to change. Additionally, this list encompasses regular daily operations – meaning it does not include special events like Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party or Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

Snow White

Hello from Snow White at Storybook Dining at Artist Point

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – Watch as the Royal Majesty Maker starts the day at Magic Kingdom. Snow has been known to join in on the fun!

Festival of Fantasy – As the parade floats down Main Street, watch for Snow White and the Dwarfs clapping and dancing along.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train – Hop aboard the newest coaster at Magic Kingdom, and join the Dwarfs on a tour of the mine. Keep a lookout for Snow as you pass the cottage.

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Cinderella has invited her friends to join her to dine in the Castle and Snow White is often one of them!


Germany – Head to the Wishing Well in the Germany Pavilion to meet Snow White throughout the day! This is the only place she meets regularly outside of dining, so this is a must-do for fans of the Fairest of them All!

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Located in Norway is Akershus Restaurant, which hosts Princess Storybook Dining daily. Snow White is usually one of the princesses greeting diners.

Snow White, and a rare visit by The Prince, at the Wishing Well

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Fantasmic! – During the Princess segment, Snow White and The Prince are on one of the floating barges dancing to “Someday My Prince Will Come.” Bonus: the Evil Queen is one of the main baddies in the show.

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge:

Artist Point – Disney’s newest character dining experience is Storybook Dining with Snow White at Artist Point. Enjoy a themed meal with visits from Snow, Dopey, and the Evil Queen! Check out our full review here.


Cinderella greets you at Princess Fairytale Hall

Magic Kingdom

Princess Fairytale Hall – Princess Fairytale Hall is the best place to go if you want to meet Cinderella. She has a permanent spot here, and you can use FastPass+!

Festival of Fantasy – Watch for Cinderella and Prince Charming on the Princess Float, as they spin around with a large recreation of the dress the birds and mice make Cindy.

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Cinderella greets her guests heading into her Castle for a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table.


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Cinderella is usually one of the ladies greeting guests at the Norway restaurant during Storybook Dining.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Cinderella at 1900 Park Fare

1900 Park Fare – This is a must-do for big Cinderella fans! At dinner, this buffet is joined by the Royal Family – Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella!

Princess Aurora

Princess Aurora at Cinderella’s Royal Table

Magic Kingdom

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table and you’ll likely meet Aurora who is a regular guest. Fun fact – did you know this restaurant used to be named after Aurora’s father? It was called King Stefan’s Banquet Hall until 1997.


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Princess Aurora is also often invited to Akershus to join Storybook Dining.

France Pavilion – Head into France and on the right side of the Eiffel Tower and fountains, look for a gazebo. This is the only place Sleeping Beauty does regular meet and greets in any park, outside of dining.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Garden View Tea Room – On special afternoons, you can have tea with Aurora at the Grand Floridian! “Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea” is pricey, but guests under 9 do leave with a special Aurora doll and tiara, among other gifts.


Ariel in Festival of Fantasy

Magic Kingdom

Festival of Fantasy – Watch for Ariel on a giant clamshell floating high above the crowds during the parade!

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Ariel (in her green dress) has found her legs to come join you in the Castle!

Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid – Hop aboard your own seashell and join Scuttle as he tells you the tale of The Little Mermaid! FastPass+ is available.

Ariel’s Grotto – Located next to the attraction, is Ariel’s Grotto where you can meet the Little Mermaid in her fin! FastPass+ is available.


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Ariel is often spotted at the Norway restaurant in her gown!

Ariel in Voyage of the Little Mermaid

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Fantasmic! – During the Princess segment, Ariel and Prince Eric float on one of the barges and dance to “Part of Your World.” They can be also seen at the back of the large boat Steamboat Willie drives at the end.

Voyage of the Little Mermaid – Go “Under the Sea” with Ariel, Ursula, Sebastian, and Flounder in this 20-minute stage show! FastPass+ is available.

Disney’s Boardwalk

Trattoria al Forno – Prince Eric and Princess Ariel greet Guests as part of the Bon Voyage character breakfast. This is a rare chance to meet a Prince so fans of Eric, this one is perfect for you!


Belle in Enchanted Tales with Belle

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – As the Royal Majesty Maker starts the day at Magic Kingdom, look out for your favorite Beauty.

Festival of Fantasy – Belle and the Beast kick off the entire parade atop a giant float covered in roses!

Enchanted Tales with Belle – Step into the Beast’s library where you’re greeted by Belle and Lumiere as they retell the story of how Belle and Beast fell in love. And there are some surprise actors – you! Volunteers are chosen by Madame Wardrobe before you enter, so don’t be shy! FastPass+ is available.


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Princess Belle greets guests as they enter Akershus for Storybook Dining.

France Pavilion – As you walk through France towards Morocco, Belle does meet and greets under a large tree on the lagoon-side of the path. She’s in her blue dress from the opening of Beauty & the Beast which is a fun change!

Belle and Beast in Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Fantasmic! – During the Princess number, Belle and Beast dance to “Beauty and the Beast” on the third Princess barge.

Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage – A shortened version of the story, Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage has been a staple in Hollywood Studios since Beauty and the Beast was released in theaters. FastPass+ is available for this Broadway style show!

Princess Jasmine

Princess Jasmine in Adventureland

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – As the Royal Majesty Maker starts the day at Magic Kingdom, look out for your favorite Street Rat and his Princess.

Adventureland – Across from the Magic Carpets of Aladdin, is the location for Aladdin’s meet and greet. He is usually accompanied by Jasmine!

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Jasmine also is usually part of the royal group of guests at Cinderella Castle.


Morocco Pavilion – In the back of the pavilion is Lamps of Wonder where Jasmine does regular meet and greets.


Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Fantasmic! – In a segment based solely on her film Pocahontas, the settlers and Indians battle, which ends with a dramatic appearance by John Smith and Pocahontas.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Discovery Island – Pocahontas meets daily at the Discovery Island Trees near the Tree of Life for autographs and photos. Greet her in her native language by saying “Wingapo!”



China – Meet your favorite Warrior Princess in the China Pavilion near the temple.

Princess Tiana

Tiana and Naveen in Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – Tiana joins the gang on the Castle Stage as the Royal Majesty Maker announces the opening at Magic Kingdom.

Festival of Fantasy – Dance along with Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana when you see them on the Princess float!

Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire – Mickey has invited friends from various lands for a Royal Friendship Faire including our favorite Prince and Princess from the Bayou! Prepare to clap along as they perform a jazzy rendition of “Dig a Little Deeper!”

Princess Fairytale Hall – Princess Fairytale Hall is the only place to meet Tiana. You can use Fastpass+ to meet her.


Rapunzel in Festival of Fantasy

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – Rapunzel usually skips out on stage with Mickey and friends as the Magic Kingdom opens.

Festival of Fantasy – Look out for swinging ruffians as Rapunzel shows off her frying pan on her own float during Festival of Fantasy. Best day ever!

Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire – Mickey and the gang have also invited a the patrons of the Snuggly Duckling, including Rapunzel and Flynn, to the Faire. Get ready for a rousing rendition of “I’ve Got a Dream!”

Princess Fairytale Hall – Rapunzel joins Tiana at Fairytale Hall. Grab a Fastpass+ and say hello to the Lost Princess.

Rapunzel at Trattoria al Forno

Disney’s Boardwalk

Trattoria al Forno – Joining you at the Bon Voyage Breakfast are Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert – aka Flynn Rider. Prepare to laugh and be dazzled by his smolder!


Merida at the Fairytale Garden

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – Your favorite Scottish lass joins the cast on stage to celebrate the park opening!

Festival of Fantasy – Merida “touches the sky” atop her own float during the parade.

Fairytale Garden – Practice your archery skills, color your own tapestry, and meet Merida herself at the Fairytale Garden in Fantasyland!

Princess Anna & Queen Elsa

Elsa, Olaf, and Anna in Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire

Magic Kingdom

Festival of Fantasy – On a rotating portion of the princess float, you’ll see Anna and Elsa!

Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire – The royals of Arendelle are in attendance at the Faire, accompanied by their trusty snowman pal, Olaf. Elsa dazzles the crowd with “Let It Go” – what else?


Royal Sommerhus – Anna and Elsa have invited you to visit their summer home in Norway! This is the only place you can meet the Frozen Princess and Queen so this is a must-do for Frozen fans.

Frozen Ever After – Board a boat and join the trolls as they tell the story of Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Sven! This is an incredibly popular attraction and we highly recommend using FastPass+.

Elsa at the Frozen Sing-Along

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

For the First Time in Forever – A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration – The newly appointed Royal Historians of Arendelle invite you to join them as they sing-along to your favorite songs from Frozen! Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff also join in on the fun so get ready to belt it out!

Princess Sofia the First

Sofia the First at the Animation Courtyard

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Hollywood and Vine – Princess Sofia joins you for breakfast at the Disney Junior Play n’ Dine at Hollywood and Vine! Little ones will love to sing and dance around with her as they listen to their favorite Disney Junior songs.

Disney Junior Dance Party! – This all-new high energy show features many of your favorite Disney Junior stars including Sofia the First! Fastpass+ is available.

Animation Courtyard – Located outside of the theater for Disney Junior Dance Party, this is where Princess Sofia fans can meet and take photos with her!

Princess Elena of Avalor

Princess Elena at Fairytale Hall

Magic Kingdom

Let The Magic Begin Welcome Show – Wave to Disney’s newest princess as the morning kicks off at the Castle Stage.

Princess Fairytale Hall – Cinderella welcomes Elena of Avalor to join her regularly in Fantasyland. Make sure to grab a FastPass+ if she is a must-meet for you!

That’s a lot of Princess power! Who are you most excited to see on your next Disney vacation? Let us know in the comments!

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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2 Replies to “The Definitive List of Where to Find All 13 Disney Princesses (And One Queen)”

  1. Pocahontas does not get much attention anymore. I remember her walking around the studios and Magic Kingdom as well as her show in Animal Kingdom which my children loved.

    1. we loved the animal kingdom show too. i wish she and merida and mulan would be rotated into the princess breakfasts. why include them if they don’t actually include them in everything?