Walt Disney World to move Frozen's Anna and Elsa to the Magic Kingdom
Written by Robert Niles
Walt Disney World announced today that it will move its wildly popular Frozen princess meet and greet from Epcot to the Magic Kingdom.Tweet
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Fans of Anna and Elsa have had to endure waits of up to five hours to meet the ladies of Arendelle in their current location in the Norway pavilion in Epcot. So Disney's moving them to the Princess Fairytale Hall at the Magic Kingdom, where guests will be able to reserve meeting times with the two, using the resort's new Fastpass+ system.
That should alleviate the brutal wait-time problem with the two characters, though it will make an early reservation to get a Fastpass+ time a must for any families hoping to meet Anna and Elsa during their Walt Disney World visit. Disney's hotel guests can make Fastpass+ reservations up to 60 days in advance of the start of their visit, though it appears that Anna and Elsa meet times haven't shown up yet in the system. We'll have to wait and see if Disney sets aside visit opportunities for "day guests" on a standby basis, and what those standby wait times turn out to be.
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