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  • On Feb 13, 2012
    Jaime from KY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Is my 18 month old daughter too young to take to a character dinner? I was wanting to take her to dine with the princesses. What do you think?

    Hi Jaime!

    No age is too young for a Little Princess to dine with her fellow Princesses! ;)
    You will definitely find children of all ages at Character Meals throughout the day, all around Walt Disney World.

    When my own Princess was very young, I found that early in the day was the best time to enjoy character dining; before she was too worn out from a long, exciting day in the parks! My favourite option to enjoy dining with Princesses, while keeping a little Princess happy, is a Princess Breakfast.

    If you have a Park Hopper option on your ticket, or are planning to visit Epcot theme park during your stay, I so very highly recommend Akershus Royal Banquet Hall for Princess Storybook Dining. Breakfast, lunch or dinner are all available at this location and an advance dining reservation is absolutely necessary. Personally, I prefer the breakfast offering here as far as a 'menu pleasing to all tastes' goes! Your little Princess will be visited at the table by MANY Disney Princesses while you dine. Your meal is delivered 'family-style' to the table, making this a very relaxing dining option. The per person price also includes a complimentary photo package per group of four.

    If you are using a Disney Dining Plan during your stay, you'll find that this fantastic meal option is just 1 Table Service Credit, or a moderately priced meal if paying outright.

    Wishing you a simply Magical time at Walt Disney World with your pint-sized Princess Jaime!


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Meet the Panelist: Kirsten, Ontario

I'm a Canadian stay at home mom with 2 great kids. I've loved Walt Disney World since my own first trip at age 7. Now, my husband and I enjoy creating Disney vacation experiences with our children as often as possible. Each new visit is unique and Magical! Learn More About Kirsten

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