Anna and Elsa Meet & Greet
Submitted by Anthony Messina
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From Anthony Murphy on July 25, 2014 at 6:48 PMIt would be foolish for Disney not to have them there.
We are hoping for that ourselves.
From Russell Meyer on July 28, 2014 at 9:03 AMWhy? People will book tickets for MNSSHP regardless of who is appearing in the Fairytale Hall. Disney doesn't need to have the characters appear to increase popularity of the event. I wouldn't be surprised if they are doing meet and greets during the party, but I certainly wouldn't expect it or think that the MNSSHP is the way to get a chance to meet them outside of normal park hours and the Fastpass+ system.
Also, MNSSHP has plenty of unique things to do that you can't do on any other night in the Magic Kingdom. There's the parade, fireworks, trick-or-treat trails, and unique characters that are far more difficult to meet than Anna and Elsa. Unless there was absolutely no line for them, or I had already done everything else in the park would I even consider taking time to meet them during the MNSSHP, unless of course they're in their Halloween costumes.
From Anon Mouse on July 30, 2014 at 4:27 AMThe princess meet and greets end at dusk, approx. 5 pm. Don't count on them being available in the evenings.
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