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Replacing Snow White's Scary Adventure, which opened with the park in 1971, Princess Fairytale Hall offers a permanent "royal court" where guests can meet Aurora, Cinderella, Anna and Elsa from Frozen, and other regal ladies.

The Princess Fairytale Hall attraction has two separate queues. During the day, one is dedicated to Anna and Elsa. The second queue is home to Rapunzel and Cinderella. Like at Pete's Silly Sideshow, you get to see two characters (or groups of characters) after one wait in line.

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Touring Tips

Lines are insanely long for Anna and Elsa, exceeding 3 hours on most days. Making a FastPass+ reservation is your best bet. The alternatives are to wait in a very long line or to join the chaotic parental assault on the attraction when it opens in each morning. Note that a lot of guests go to Anna and Elsa first thing, so unless you're at the front of that pack at park opening, your wait may still be long.

In July 2014 Disney tested handing out return passes when the lines to meet the Frozen princesses reached excessive lengths. These passes worked much the same as the now-extinct FASTPASS system, where a return time was printed on the pass. The idea is that you would show up at that later return time and have a much shorter wait than you would have in a long standby line. It is unclear whether these return passes will be given out in the future. If they are being distributed, Cast Members will be stationed in front of the normal standby queue to distribute the passes.

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