Description And Comments

This indoor meet and greet features three princesses always on duty (usually Ariel, Aurora, and Cinderella). The usual Disneyland queue (mercifully mostly shaded) must be endured to meet and be photographed, but this current incarnation typically sees somewhat shorter waits than the former Fantasy Faire location. The trick is that the Royal Hall’s intimate woodpaneled interior actually houses two identical meeting areas with duplicate trios of princesses (perhaps the product of an Epcot cloning experiment?) for double the greeting capacity.

Touring Tips

If you're intent on visiting, be sure to find out the exact opening time in the Times Guide, and show up at least 15 minutes beforehand. If you cannot make it first thing and are willing to wait, note that royal ladies don't stay out late even when the park is open late: check the Times Guide to see when The Royal Hall closes.

The cast of princesses rotates during the day and has no set line-up, so you do not know who you'll see when you get in line. The princesses that are usually in the rotation include Ariel (in human form), Cinderella, and Aurora.

The Royal Hall Wait Times

This chart shows you roughly how long you'll wait for The Royal Hall when you visit on a day with a given Disneyland Crowd Level. The blue bars represent the average "peak" wait time (that is, how long the line will be at its busiest). The bottom and top black lines represent the range of peak wait times to expect (for you fellow nerds out there: it's the 5th percentile and 95th percentile of peak wait times). Please note that these are estimates, and for a better forecast for your travel dates, see The Royal Hall Wait Times.

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