(1) Princess Character Spots. Although many of the princess experiences are limited to Disney’s Magic Kingdom, you and your little princess can enjoy meeting the princesses at character spots in both the Magic Kingdom and Epcot parks. If you’re in the Magic Kingdom, many of the princesses can be found in Fantasyland, although Jasmine occasionally makes appearances in Adventureland. You can also find the princesses in Toontown at the character meet and greets. If you’re in Epcot, you may find the princesses associated with certain country pavilions in the World Showcase. Snow White may be found near Germany, Jasmine may be found near Morocco, and Sleeping Beauty can be found in France. The princesses are not always out, but if you’re lucky, you might catch one!
(2) Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutiques feature makeovers for little princesses to make them look even more special. Princesses receive a glittery hairstyle and special makeup. You can also add a new princess dress and even a princess portrait, if you so desire. They’ve also recently added makeovers for little princes, who get glittery hairstyles as well. Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique locations can be found at the Magic Kingdom and in Downtown Disney.
(3) Cinderella’s Carousel. There are just a handful of rides which feature the princesses. The most prominent, Snow White’s Scary Adventure, is designed for young children but may in fact be a little too scary for your little princess. A safer bet would be a trip on Cinderella’s Carousel, located in the heart of Fantasyland. Your little princess can ride around on her own horse and take in views of the castle and the other lovely Fantasyland attractions. She may even get lucky enough to ride on Cinderella’s special horse! (Just look for the gold ribbon on the tail.)
(4) Dining with the Princesses. If you don’t want to worry about tracking down your favorite Disney princesses at their character spots, you can enjoy character dining with the whole group at a few different locations throughout Walt Disney World. The most popular location is Cinderella’s Castle in the Magic Kingdom, but you might want to enjoy the slightly more relaxed character dining experience available at 1900 Park Faire at Disney’s Grand Floridian resort.
(5) The Parades at Magic Kingdom. The parades at magic kingdom change pretty often, but the big ones (the Main Street Electrical Parade, Spectromagic, etc.) always feature the princesses and princes. They make a special point to wave at younger friends, so make sure your little princess has a good spot up front and she might get a special nod and smile from Cinderella herself!