Do you have a princess fan and want to give her (or him) an incredible experience of a lifetime? Boy, do we have the Disney World itinerary for you! While this trip itinerary is for a shorter trip, we can guarantee your little princess-lover will have an absolute blast.
The first thing you need to know is where to stay for your perfect princess trip. Our top pick for princess lodging is definitely the Royal Rooms at Port Orleans. Not only are these rooms gorgeous, but the resort is lovely and affordable too!
For this four-day itinerary you will need 2-day park hoppers for everyone in your party. Alternatively, you could get a 3-day base ticket and split the third day (Epcot + Hollywood Studios) into two days, making it a five-day itinerary.
Fast Passes You’ll Need
Before you go, be sure to make the following FastPass reservations:
● Princess Fairytale Hall (either side): 11:45am–12:45pm
● Enchanted Tales with Belle: 2:30pm–3:30pm
● Seven Dwarfs Mine Train: 3:45pm–4:45pm
● Frozen Ever After: 4:00pm–5:00pm
Tip #3 Princess Dining
Besides the FastPasses mentioned above, you’ll also need several dining reservations and a reservation for Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. Here’s what you should aim for:
● Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique: Late Afternoon
● 1900 Park Fare: Dinner
● Cinderella’s Royal Table: 8:00am
● Be Our Guest: 1:00pm
● Trattoria al Forno Bon Voyage Breakfast: 8:00am
● Aksherkus Royal Banquet Hall: 5:00pm
● Perfectly Princess Tea at Garden View Tea Room: 10:30am
Princess Touring Plan
Day 1 — Arrival
You will spend day one getting settled into your new, royal lifestyle. Check into your hotel and unpack your things. Do a bit of swimming and get ready for the fun that’s just ahead.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
In the late afternoon, head out to Disney Springs for the royal treatment at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. This amazing beauty shop will give your little one an incredible makeover that includes hair, makeup, and even a sash. Add a dress to complete the look!
Dinner at 1900 Park Fare
After getting all fixed up, head over to the Grand Floridian for dinner with Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, and the Stepsisters at 1900 Park Fare. Be sure to take a camera and an autograph book because this is where your princess autograph collection begins.
Day 2 — Magic Kingdom
Your second day is spent at Magic Kingdom. This park is the true princess hub, and definitely deserves an entire day. Here’s an idea of what you might want to cover:
#1: Breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table at 8:00am
There are few things more magical than eating breakfast in Cinderella’s castle with numerous princesses greeting you. For this reason, a breakfast reservation at Cinderella’s Royal Table is a must.
If you can, make this reservation for 8:00am. Doing this will get you into the park before it officially opens and give you the opportunity to take some amazing photos that are free of strangers.
#2: After breakfast, hit the following attractions in this order:
● Meet Merida
● Under the Sea — Journey of the Little Mermaid
● Ariel’s Grotto
● Princess Fairytale Hall (the side you did not FastPass)
#3: Use FastPass for Princess Fairytale Hall at around 12:00pm or 12:30pm.
#4: Hit the following attractions in this order:
● Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
#5: Break for lunch at Be Our Guest around 1:00pm.
This meal is served in the Beast’s castle and is incredibly well-themed. Be sure to take a look in all the rooms during your visit and get plenty of photos!
#6: Find a place for the “Festival of Fantasy Parade” in Liberty Square or Frontierland at 2:30pm.
Parade begins at 3:00pm.
#7: Use “Enchanted Tales with Belle” FastPass at 3:30pm
#8: Use Seven Dwarfs Mine Train FastPass at 3:45pm
#9: Leave the park for an afternoon break and quick and easy dinner.
#10: Return to the park an hour before “Happily Ever After” fireworks show.
Grab a snack, find a spot, and enjoy the show.
Bonus: See additional attractions after the show if the park is open late.
Day 3 — Epcot and Hollywood Studios
The second park day is split into two parts (unless you opted for the 3-day base ticket option to split these parks across two days). For the morning you will be in Hollywood Studios, and the afternoon will be spent in Epcot.
#1: Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno at 8:00am
This character breakfast gives your family the chance to meet favorite princesses Rapunzel and Ariel, along with Prince Eric and Flynn Rider. It’s a newer addition to the character meal lineup, and is well worth checking out.
Once breakfast is over, take a boat from the Boardwalk directly to Hollywood Studios. This should get you into the park within an hour after opening.
#2: In the park, be sure to hit the following four attractions in whatever order you choose:
● Voyage of the Little Mermaid
● Beauty and the Beast
● Disney Junior Live On Stage
● Meet Princess Sophia
At around 1:00pm or 1:30pm, leave the park to head to Epcot.
#3: Grab a quick bite to eat once in Epcot and jump back into the princess fun.
#4: Start by meeting all the princess in World Showcase.
Here are the princesses you’ll find there:
● France — Aurora and Belle
● Morocco — Jasmine
● China — Mulan
● Germany — Snow White
● Norway — Anna and Elsa
#5: Use your FastPass to ride Frozen Ever After at around 4:15pm.
#6: Dinner at Aksherkus Royal Banquet Hall at 5:00pm.
Bonus: If there is an 8:00pm or 9:00pm showing of “Fantasmic!”, you can head back to Hollywood Studios after dinner to catch this princess-heavy performance. If not, simply entertain yourself however you see fit in Epcot.
Day 4 — Departure
For the most part, your last day of vacation will involve packing and travel. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have one last hoorah before you leave. After you check out, leave your bags at the front desk and head to the Grand Floridian.
#1: Enjoy Perfectly Princess Tea at 10:30am.
Every child who attends this event will take home a new doll or stuffed animal, as well as a charm bracelet. The tea includes light snacks, apple juice “tea”, and a visit from Aurora. It’s the perfect way to end a princess-themed getaway.
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