From princesses to pirates, there are a lot of characters you can meet at Walt Disney World.
But some characters are a whole lot easier to find than others. If you’re looking for Mickey, you’ll be able to find him in all four parks. Some characters, on the other hand, can only be found in Magic Kingdom!
Check out the 12 characters exclusively hanging out in Magic Kingdom!
1. Beast from Beauty and the Beast
Though you can meet Belle in several different places around Disney World, you can only find her true love, Beast, in Magic Kingdom! Occasionally, you’ll find this not-so-scary guy meeting with guests after dinner at Be Our Guest.
2. Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean
You might be surprised but you can actually meet everyone’s favorite pirate (if he’s not your favorite, we’re not friends), Captain Jack Sparrow! You’ll find Jack hanging out across from Pirates of the Caribbean almost every day.
3. Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh
Nowadays, the only place you can meet a few lovable Winnie the Pooh characters is in Magic Kingdom. The saddest donkey you’ll ever meet is one of the characters you’ll see during your meal at Crystal Palace.
4. Princess Elena of Avalor from Elena of Avalor
When you’re meeting princesses in Princess Fairytale Hall, you’ll want to swing over and meet with Princess Elena of Avalor. Did you know Elena is the only princess to meet even though she doesn’t have her own movie? Pretty cool!
5. Fairy Godmother from Cinderella
Speaking of princesses, Cinderella wouldn’t be where she is today without the help of her Fairy Godmother. The only place you can occasionally find this Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo-ing fairy is near the entrance to Fantasyland behind Cinderella Castle.
6. Gaston from Beauty and the Beast
One of our favorite meet and greets in all of Disney World is not with a hero but with the dastardly (and handsome) Gaston! We’re not swooning, you are. You can catch Gaston in all his muscled glory regularly outside Gaston’s Tavern.
7. Merida from Brave
Pixar’s only princess can be found in the beautifully themed Fairytale Garden! Merida loves to talk about her three bear brothers, and we love listening to her with that awesome accent.
8. Peter Pan from Peter Pan
If you’re the type who never wants to grow up, swing by Fantasyland and head over near Peter Pan’s Flight. It’s there that you’ll regularly find Peter himself hanging out with guests.
9. Piglet from Winnie the Pooh
Eeyore isn’t the only Winnie the Pooh character who can only be found in Magic Kingdom. Fan fave Piglet is there too! You can meet this sweet friend along with Eeyore at Crystal Palace.
10. Tiana from Princess and the Frog
Surprisingly there’s another princess you can only meet in Magic Kingdom. We hope you like beignets because you’re about to meet the queen of Louisiana cooking. You can meet Princess Tiana at Princess Fairytale Hall!
11. Tinker Bell from Peter Pan
Tink is an absolute Disney icon, so it makes sense that you can meet her in the same building as Mickey. Head on over to Town Square Theater to meet the sassiest fairy around.
12. White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland
Last but certainly not least, you can occasionally meet the elusive White Rabbit near Mad Tea Party. You’ll usually find him hanging around with Alice before he heads off. He is late after all!
Have you met any of these exclusive Magic Kingdom characters? Tell us in the comments!
Get more from Magic Kingdom at the links below!
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- Taking a Look Back at the BONKERS Overlays of Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle