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If you have a big Princess fan in your house (or maybe YOU are the Princess fan yourself), you may have your heart set on meeting and enjoying everything Princess related.
If Anna and Elsa melt your heart (see what I did there?), you'll want to know where you can find all things Frozen when you are at Disney World.
Here I'll tell you where you can find all things Anna, Elsa, and Frozen at the parks.
Festival of Fantasy Parade
This fun and beautiful parade features all of your favorite characters. This includes Anna and Elsa.
Anna and Elsa ride down Main Street USA in a gorgeous Frozen float during the Festival of Fantasy Parade.
You can see these two lovely ladies daily at 2pm or 3pm (depending on the day. Check your My Disney Experience app to confirm parade times).
Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire
This is a fun show that is shown throughout the day. Not only can you see Anna, Elsa, and Olaf during this show, but you can see a ton of different characters all in one place.
This show takes place in front of Cinderella's Castle. If you are interested in checking out this show keep in mind that there is no shade. So if you are staking out a spot in the afternoon, you'll want to pack a fan and some sun screen. If you can't grab a spot up front, head to the back so you can see all of the characters.
If you are lucky enough to visit Disney World during the holidays, you'll have a chance to see Elsa light up Cinderella's Castle every evening during the Frozen Holiday Wish Show in front of the Castle.
While this show is technically a part of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, it takes place before the party starts. So you can catch Elsa lighting up the castle even if you don't purchase a party ticket.
If you do have a ticket, you can also catch Anna, Elsa, and Olaf during their holiday parade.
The Frozen Ever After ride is located in the Norway Pavilion of Epcot. This is a dark ride where you ride a slow boat while watching the story of Frozen told by amazing animatronics. There is no height requirement on this ride (but there is a small drop at the end so keep that in mind).
This ride is incredibly popular, so if you want to check it out you'll want to consider grabbing a FastPass for it or rope dropping this ride.
While the World Showcase doesn't typically open until 11am, this ride is the exception to the rule. Due to its popularity this ride opens at park opening. So you can also plan to rope drop this ride if FastPass is not an option.
In the Norway Pavilion you can meet both Anna and Elsa at the Royal Summerhus. This is the only place where you can actually meet these characters.
There is no FastPass option, but usually wait times are minimal for this meet and greet.
I highly suggesting heading over to this meet after riding Frozen Ever After. They are right by each other, and it's a fun way to continue the Frozen theme after the ride.
If you are looking for a little extra magic, you can purchase tickets to the Frozen Ever After Dessert Party.
You'll enjoy specialty desserts and drinks themed after Frozen. You'll then get VIP viewing of the Illuminations evening show at Epcot. And finally you'll get a ride on Frozen Ever After with no line.
For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-A-Long Celebration is a show in Hollywood Studios that features Anna, Elsa, and Kristof. Although they are not the only stars of the show. Historians host this show, which means even if you aren't a big Frozen fan you can still enjoy it.
The show is about 25 minutes long, and features scenes from the movie with the Historians telling us the story.
If you are interested in this show you might want to grab a FastPass to make sure you get a spot so you can sing along.
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