Disney Set to Open Princess Fairytale Hall at Magic Kingdom on September 18

As part of its New Fantasyland expansion project, Princess Fairytale Hall at Magic Kingdom will open to the public on September 18.

Princess Fairytale HallPrincess Fairytale Hall will be the new home for Disney princesses to meet their loyal subjects in the Magic Kingdom.

The castle-like entrance will feature walls of stone and stained glass windows opening up into a large gallery where portraits of the Disney princesses adorn the walls.

When it’s time for their royal audience, guests will proceed to the elegantly finished chambers to meet their favorite Disney princess. You can choose to meet either Cinderella or Rapunzel, each of whom will be joined by one fellow Disney princess.

Princess Fairytale Hall will offer both traditional Disney FASTPASS and the new Disney FastPass+ options.

Still yet to come in New Fantasyland is the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, which is set for a 2014 opening.

Here is a sneak peek video released by Walt Disney Imagineering about Princess Fairytale Hall:

Walt Disney World Hosts Grand Opening of Fantasyland Expansion at Magic Kingdom Today

Today is the day many Disney fans have been waiting for – the Fantasyland expansion at Magic Kingdom officially opens to the public.


We at CitySurfing Orlando got to preview the area back in October, so if you can’t go today, or just want to re-read our coverage, here are the links:

This expansion is the largest in the history of the Magic Kingdom. It doubles the size of the existing Fantasyland area, and it adds two more castles to the park (Beast’s Castle and Prince Eric’s Castle).

Still to open are the Princess Fairytale Hall, where the Disney princesses will meet guests (2013), and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, a new family rollercoaster which will feature a first-of-its-kind ride system with a train of vehicles that swing back and forth, responding to every twist and turn of the track, accompanied by music from the classic film (2014).

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