EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 23, 2009
    Natrisha from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Does anyone know if you are limited on the number of Character meals you can do? or I can book one everyday?

    Hi Natrisha!

    You are my kind of mom!  Book away!  Feel free to book as many character meals as you like.  My kids love eating with the characters, and my husband and I enjoy being able to watch their faces (and actually have an adult conversation at a meal because the kids are so engrossed by the happenings around them!)

    Here are a list of our favorite character meals, just in case you need some ideas:
    • Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary (we like dinner, but they serve breakfast as well)
    • Cape May Buffet at the Beach Club for a beached-themed breakfast (it's a great place to start your day before heading over to Epcot since it's so close.)
    • Play n' Dine at Hollywood Studios for Playhouse Disney fans
    • Crystal Palace at the Magic Kingdom with Winnie and Pals (the glass atrium is absolutely lovely for a whimsical meal with friends from the 100 Acre Woods).
    • Akershus Princess Storybook Meals at Norway

    As you can imagine, character meals are very popular, so I strongly recommend making advanced dining reservations by calling (407) 939-3463 (WDW-DINE) up to 90 days in advance of your arrival. 


    PS - My kids have filled so many autograph books, that we like to "change it up" a bit when we meet the characters now.  I usually bring a plain white T-shirt and some permanent markers.  The characters can sign the shirts (provided the kids aren't wearing them at the time), and you go home with a great, FREE souvenir that your kids will love!

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