Meet-and-Greet with Anna and Elsa at Princess Fairytale Hall | Magic Kingdom
For you "Frozen" fans, we wanted to offer a look at all of the "Frozen Fun" along with tips to help you meet Anna and Elsa at Disneyland. Anna & Elsa. Watch this Topic Disneyland Paris forums. Disneyland The meet and greets for Anna & Elsa have stopped, as advertised. They will still be in . Tips and information on where to meet Anna and Elsa, from Frozen, at Disney World and a list of attractions that include Princess Anna & Queen Elsa.
It turned out that, no, she wasn't. She was at the end of the first part of the line. The actual end of the line was around the corner, in front of the oompah-pahing Village Haus. I left the snowy-roof area, took my proper place, and without a signpost for a guide, wondered how bad a mess I was in. Heather, a Disneyland guide, approached the stragglers like me. From where you're standing right now, Heather said, it's a four-and-a-half-hour wait.
Reinsert knowing laughter here. I checked the time. The park now had been open for all of 10 minutes. I was regretting not packing trail mix.
In any case, I was informed that, no, there had been no Extra Magic Hour admissions on this day. The park had indeed opened at 9 a. So, how was it then that in just 10 minutes a line of DMV-dwarfing proportions had developed outside of Anna and Elsa's Royal Reception room?Kraina lodu
Me and my stupid walking. A line-waiter would hold another line-waiter's place while the second line-waiter went off and did something exciting, like wait in a shorter line somewhere else. There was mild depression. The "Frozen" line might not have been the happiest place on Earth, but it was far from the most miserable. Marissa Harris, from Oceanside, California, was in line, and cheerily so, for her daughter, who was marking her 4th birthday. Harris's two children, including her 2-year-old son, had seen "Frozen" at a special screening at her husband's military base.
The characters made their debut on the theme-park circuit in November, around the time the Oscar-winning film was released in theaters. And so Harris and her family came to Disneyland, and set about to meet Anna and Elsa for themselves. The act of standing in line was something doable, unlike, say, acquiring a "Frozen" princess dress lotsa luck on that one, parents said or buying "Frozen" paper party plates for retail price as opposed to relying on inflated auction bids or resorting to the arts-and-craftsy black market suppliers at Etsy.
Not everyone in line was there for their kids. There was, for instance, the decked-out-in-Disney couple who were marking their first wedding anniversary. There was, for another instance, me. While I don't know anyone who likes to stand in line, I especially don't like to do so. Even as a kid in the s, I favored the PeopleMover above all Disneyland rides because I could get on and off over and over again. The then-downtrodden Mission to Mars was another favorite for that reason.
I wondered if I could or would stand in line for four-and-a-half hours so my son could meet two bewigged actors.
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And then I realized what I'd do: I'd sell him on getting face time with the current PeopleMover of Disneyland characters, Merida. View photos At about 10 a.
I'd heard that Anna-and-Elsa mania was siphoning off visitors from the other park characters. And so I had to see for myself, and so I did: While the wait to meet "Frozen" royalty would take all morning, and perhaps stretch into the afternoon, the wait to meet Merida was five minutes.
Sadly, I did not see Merida, five-minute wait or no. I was told by another park patron that she was out feeding her horses, or hiding her head in shame or something. On this day, the wait time to meet Cinderella at Royal Hall was 30 minutes; the same went for Captain America at the Marvel-ized Innoventions in Tomorrowland.
Thor, also at Innoventions, was slightly more popular — I was told it would take 45 minutes to come face to armored plate with the hero. View photos On the whole, standing in the Anna-and-Elsa line was good for me, and not just because I now laugh at minute wait times. God of Thunder, please. I met nice people. I had lots — and lots — of time to ponder my parental skills and patience. I got through a couple chapters of "Harry Potter.
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If there is a Magic Hour there will already be a long line to see the princesses before you can even get into the park. Pick a day when there are no Magic Hours. Or, better yet, when California Adventure has a Magic Hour. Then all of the resort guests will be over there! That means if the park opens at 8 sometimes the Frozen sisters may not start until So, you will be waiting in line for 2 hours before the characters even get there.
You can find out what time they start by looking at their schedule. You want to be one of the first people in line when the gates open.
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Because a majority of the people who are there that early are there for the same reason you are. When they open the gates I heard it varies between 7: All of the lands are roped off until 8 when the park opens. If there are no cast members holding signs then go right to the Frozen house next to the carousel when they open the ropes. You might want to run. Kennedy made a friend in line in front of us which helped make the time pass by faster.
Kennedy is newly potty trained and started doing the potty dance right before it was our turn to go in. The cast member was very sweet and told us we could go use the restroom and he would hold our spot. Which looks an awful lot like her pee pee dance. There were about 3 families in front of us when they closed the door.