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Tag Archives: fantasy faire
March 12th has been announced as the official opening date for Fantasy Faire, the princess meet and greet expansion of Disneyland’s Fantasyland. Two of Disney’s princesses just couldn’t wait and stopped by for a visit and a photo shoot.
In addition to the photos of the meet and greet area models, Walt Disney Imagineering has released some of the concept art created in the process of designing Fantasy Faire. The main indoor area will be called ‘Royal Hall’ and … Continue reading
Disneyland has announced that the current Princess Fantasy Faire meet and greet, located in the Fantasyland theater location, will be closing August 12th. They also let it be known that the plan is to prep the theater to once again … Continue reading
Carnations Plaza Gardens is an area of Disneyland that is close to its heart. It is literally adjacent to the hub and figuratively one of the places that was blessed by Walt and personally enjoyed him and Lillian Disney. Many … Continue reading