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Where To Find Princesses at the Disneyland Resort

By Ana Flores |

where to find Disney Princesses in disneyland and california adventureIf you have a girl, like I do, you know that a trip to Disneyland means making sure you find a Princess to look straight into your little one’s eyes. Disneyland makes sure the Princess magic is felt all over the resort and you get to see them aboard floats on parades, in shows and rides. But there’s nothing like getting a one-to-one moment  between your girl and their favorite Princess, accompanied by a keepsake picture and autograph.

I live close enough to Disneyland to have visited many, many times already, but I usually head out there with my girl and no real plan of action. Needless to say, we usually miss out on the best moments to catch the Princesses and fill my girl’s autograph book with their magical signatures. I’ve finally realized I can use a smartphone (insert a duh moment here!) and download Verizon’s Disney Mobile Magic app and track where and when all my girl’s favorite Princesses — like Aurora — are going to be in at the Disneyland Resorts. We can now be official Princess-stalkers and bask in the glory of our Princess picture and autograph collection. Muahahahhaa!

If you also have a Disney Princess-obsessed girl, I suggest you map out a plan to stalk find her favorite Princesses and she will love you forever and ever and ever and ever…

4 Required Stops to Find Princesses at the Disneyland Resort

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Where To Find Princesses at the Disneyland Resort

Disney Princess Fantasy Faire

Your first and required stop to mingle with the Disney Princesses has to be the Disney Princess Fantasy Faire. In fact, you can actually get there as soon as you enter the park and avoid the crowds if you hop on board the Disneyland Railroad on Main Street and get off at the Mickey´s Toon Town station which is right next to Fantasy Faire.

Check the schedules on the Entertainment Times Guide or your Disney Magic Mobile app so you can be sure there will be Princesses at the greeting pathway when you get there. There are usually three Princesses there at a time and they each take pictures and greet one-by-one each of the guests. It´s definitely an intimate Princess experience.

Then the kids can join the Princesses in story time, dance and song. It's very special.

Photo credit: Loren Javier of Flickr

A big thanks to Verizon for sponsoring this campaign. Data rates may apply for app download/use. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Photo credit: Loren Javier on Flickr

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6 thoughts on “Where To Find Princesses at the Disneyland Resort

  1. Tina says:

    Unfortunately never been to Disneyland because I live on the east coast. But I will say my daughters are eagerly awaiting the new princess expansion of Fantasyland at WDW. I’m sure that’ll be chock full of princesses.

  2. diana says:

    my daughter is so into the little mermaid right now. we’ll have to give ariel’s grotto a shot on our next trip.

  3. Jodi says:

    Thanks! I just foresee a tantrum coming when my fam visits Disney this spring if we can’t find the princesses!

  4. Natalie says:

    Still one of my favorite things about Disney!

  5. Natasha says:

    Just took a peak at a sample menu for Ariel’s grotto and it looks awesome! Thanks for the tip!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    I’ll pretend to go because my daughter wants to, but secretly I’ll be loving it too. The princesses are just magical!

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