rsz_frozen_princessesIf you’re like the rest of the world, you’ve fallen in love with the movie Frozen.  The characters in the movie, sisters Anna and Elsa, have quickly became the coveted characters visitors seek out for meet and greets at Walt Disney World.  Currently greeting guests at Epcot’s Norway Pavilion, the demand has been such that lines can stretch for several hours.  Luckily, though, Disney has confirmed Anna and Elsa will be moving to Princess Fairytale Hall on April 20, 2014
The new meet and greet area will be able to accommodate more guests, as well as allow for guests to use FastPass+ for the experience.  I highly recommend reserving a time with the princesses via FastPass+ as the lines are sure to be at least an hour or more otherwise.  You can easily add the FastPass+ experience to your Magic Band via My Disney Experience or you can grab a FastPass once you arrive at the park. 
The Magic Kingdom Princess Fairytale Hall location will be open to greet guests from 8am-5pm, every day.  Anna and Elsa join Cinderella and Rapunzel at Princess Fairytale Hall.  While all four princesses will meet with guests during the day, after 5pm Anna and Elsa will retire for their beauty sleep while other Disney Princesses, such as Jasmine and Aurora greet guests in their place.

Update:  As of June 1, 2014, Anna and Elsa’s meet and greet will be open from park open to park close.  Fastpass+ will be available for use during these extended hours.

Learn more about Disney’s Princess Fairytale Hall at Fantasyland.
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