Travel Tools from The Unofficial Guide™ Team  -  See Our Books Here!
  • Background Image

    Enchanted Tales with Belle

Subscribe Now: 1 Full Year for Only $15.95!

Get full access to the WDW Crowd Calendar, Lines Mobile App, Touring Plans and More!

topsub_examplefamily

"Our TouringPlans subscription was a lifesaver on our trip. One of the busiest days of the year, and we never waited longer than 20 minutes!"

- Smith Family, KY

Subscription Type:

1 Year WDW Subscription ($15.95)

Visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando?

Add Universal Orlando to your subscription for only $5.95!   That's 25% off!

Payment Method:

Pay With Your Credit Card
Pay With Your PayPal Account
Click here to close the subscription form

Description And Comments

This multiscene Beauty and the Beast experience begins in the cottage and workshop of Belle’s father, Maurice, which is filled with odd gadgets, mementos from his daughter’s younger days, and a magic mirror.

Soon enough, the room gets dark and the mirror begins to sparkle. With magic and some really good carpentry skills, the mirror turns into a full-size doorway, through which guests enter into a wardrobe room. Once in the wardrobe room, the attraction’s premise is explained: You’re supposed to reenact the story of Beauty and the Beast for Belle on her birthday, and guests are chosen to act out key parts in the play.

Once the parts are cast, everyone walks into the castle’s library and takes a seat. Cast members explain how the play will take place and introduce Belle, who gives a short speech about how thrilled she is for everyone to be there. The play is acted out within a few minutes, and all of the actors get a chance to take photos with Belle and receive a small bookmark as a memento.

During our visits, only guests who were chosen to act in the play got to take photos with Belle. Those so chosen received a separate Memory Maker card for their photos.

Enchanted Tales with Belle is surely the prettiest and most elaborate meet-and-greet station in Walt Disney World. For the relative few who get to act in the play, it’s also a chance to interact with Belle in a way that isn’t possible in other character encounters. Sure, you may have a 30-minute wait for a 20-minute play, but it’s the best thing of its kind in Orlando— your kids will love it.

An enthusiastic review from an Austin, Texas, mom:

Enchanted Tales with Belle surprised us with how well it was done. My husband was a knight, my daughter was Mrs. Potts, and my son was silverware. It was so much fun, and the kids were so proud.

Touring Tips

Because the line moves slowly, see Enchanted Tales early in the morning. Alternatively, try to visit during the last 2 hours the park is open, or use FastPass+.

Enchanted Tales with Belle Wait Times

This chart shows you roughly how long you'll wait for Enchanted Tales with Belle when you visit on a day with a given Magic Kingdom 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 Enchanted Tales with Belle Wait Times.

Attraction Photos

Special Needs

Other Attractions in Fantasyland

Touring Plans with Enchanted Tales with Belle

What is a Touring Plan?

Top