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    Meet-and-Greet with Anna and Elsa at Princess Fairytale Hall

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This attraction's final day of operation was June 16, 2016.
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Description And Comments

Anna and Elsa are relocated to Royal Sommerhus in the Norway Pavilion at Epcot as of June 21, 2016.

Princess Fairytale Hall is Disney-princess central in the Magic Kingdom. Inside are two greeting venues, with each holding a small reception area for two princesses. Thus, there are four princesses meeting and greeting at any time, and you can see two of them at once. Signs outside the entrance tell you which line leads to which princess pair and how long the wait will be. Rapunzel usually leads one side, typically paired with Snow White, Cinderella, or another princess, while Anna and Elsa from Frozen hold forth on the other side.

Around 5–10 guests at a time are admitted to each greeting area, where there’s plenty of time for small talk, a photo, and a hug from each princess. Enough time is given to each family, in fact, that we ran out of things to say to Rapunzel and shuffled quietly over to Snow White.

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Touring Tips

Anna and Elsa are the hottest character-greeting ticket in all of Walt Disney World. If your child absolutely must meet them, use Fast- Pass+ (good luck with that!) or head to Fairytale Hall first thing in the morning. Understand, though, that even if you’re on hand at park opening, waits can easily top 2 hours—and often much, much more than that, as this frustrated Richmond, Virginia, mom found out:

My 8-year-old daughter wanted meet Anna and Elsa, so we rushed there at rope drop. We had a 2-hour wait, but others waited as long as 5.5 hours. Please tell your readers that the only way to see the Frozen princesses is to get a FastPass+ at least 60 days in advance or spend several hours in line, forgoing food, water, and bathroom breaks, and losing all sanity!

A Texas mom’s teenage daughter didn’t find it hard to see Anna and Elsa at all—to the contrary, they were all over the place:

My 13-year-old daughter amused herself by keeping count of how many Elsas and Annas she saw in the park and texting her counts to her friends. Just for the record, her final count was Elsa 90, Anna 67.

Best Way To Get There

If your plan is to head to Anna and Elsa first, head down Main Street USA and walk through Cinderella Castle. On your right you will pass Sir Mickey's. After that you will find Princess Fairytale Hall.

Meet-and-Greet with Anna and Elsa at Princess Fairytale Hall Wait Times

This chart shows you roughly how long you'll wait for Meet-and-Greet with Anna and Elsa at Princess Fairytale Hall 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 Meet-and-Greet with Anna and Elsa at Princess Fairytale Hall Wait Times.

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