Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Disneyland Princess Fantasy Fair

Disneyland Princess Fantasy Fair

Yesterday I told you about the Royal Theater in the Princess Fantasy Fair. Today I’ll tell you a little more about the rest of the area.

Beside the Royal Theater entrance is Maurice’s Treats. Here you can find snacks and drinks to enjoy while you watch the performance in the Royal Theater or just walk around.

The Princess Fantasy Fair area looks like a miniature medieval village. There are streams and motes around the outer edge of the area. Even though the area is quite small it does not feel claustrophobic or over packed with things.

Inside the Royal Hall the Disney Princesses await their loyal subjects. In the Hall you will find various Disney princesses. Snow White, Aurora and Arial will be waiting inside the Hall to greet any and all visitors that wish to meet them. Inside the hall they will sign autographs and take pictures.

To the left of the entrance of the Royal Hall is Clopin’s Music Box. This wonderful music box is designed after devices made centuries ago. Turn the handcrank wheel and listen to Clopin’s music and watch the characters from the Hunchback of Notre Dame dance for your pleasure.

Continuing on, looking up on the wall you will see Figaro sunning himself on the window ledge. Next to the sleepy Figaro is a songbird in a cage. This sweet little bird sings its cheery song waking sleeping Figaro who meows at him before going back to sleep.

Continuing on you’ll see an archway leading to Frontierland. Above the archway on the wall see a shield with the letters CPG in the middle. CPG stands for Carnation Plaza Gardens, which is what this area was called from 1958 until the retheming to the Princess Fantasy Fair.

To the left of the archway that leads to Frontierland is the Fairy Tales Treasures gift shop where you can find everything for your little Princess.

In the middle of the Princess Fantasy Fair is Rapunzel’s tower. Hidden under one of the bridges in the Princess Fantasy Fair moat is Pascal. Remember he is a chameleon so he will be hard to find! Here is a hint, look near the archway that leads to Fantasyland.

I feel this area can be enjoyed by adults and children of all ages. I saw adults like myself without children at their side enjoying the area. It didn’t seem to matter male or female, young or old there was something for everybody to enjoy.

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