Walt Disney World Character Meet-and-Greet Guide: Magic Kingdom
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Depending on the time of year, I have seen numerous families just walk up and get their photos taken. You have finally arrived home. At the center of the Town Square is a flagpole. Under the flag, guests will be able to find numerous characters. Since these are the first characters most guests will see, the lines can be long. During the holidays, special characters can be found there like Mr.
Tinker Bell and Mickey Mouse are there all day long. They are separate and the wait times are posted outside the building for both. Tinker Bell is fantastic, but her wait is never super crazy. Mickey, on the other hand, can get pretty long. The neat factor is Mickey Mouse talks to the guests in this location.
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Right outside the exit of the Mickey and Tinker Bell meet-and-greets, you will find another iconic character on the porch; Snow White. She is not there all day so make sure to check the Times Guide. That goes for all the characters.
There are a lot of unbirthdays going on. Wendy is sometimes there with him too. Maybe she can make your dreams come true too. If you are lucky, you will get to meet her Prince Naveen too. All the princesses are wonderful, but she has always struck me as one of the sweetest. There is a shady area across from Sunshine Tree Terrace where you will find Rafiki. He barely has a wait. Most guests find him by accident when they stop to have a rest in the area. The most notable promotion during the recent shake-up is Jim MacPhee.
While he previously oversaw the theme parks, the new role gives MacPhee more weight for projects he thinks will have a positive impact on the resort as a whole. Maribeth Bisienere, formerly the Sr. Bisienere has been at Walt Disney World since while MacPhee has been with the company for four decades. With both of these veterans of the resort now in strong leadership roles, rumors of older projects getting a second look are running rampant with the most obvious happening in Epcot.
The reimagining of Epcot will be familiar with MacPhee, who oversaw the remodeling of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs and who spent many of his early years with the company working at the park.
According to insiders familiar with the discussions, certain projects like the Coco update to the boat ride in the Mexico pavilion are being slowed down for more in-depth review, while other projects have gained new cheerleaders for them.
Questions to ask Mary Poppins: Do you have a spoonful of sugar? What is your favorite item in your bag? When is the last time you flew a kite? My tips for meeting the characters: Almost all characters sign, make sure you have an autograph book write your cell phone number in it and pen for them to use their hands are big so you might want to get one of the fat sharpies.Meeting Mary Poppins and Bert
Character handlers the cash members that work with characters have a light blue shirt on. If you see someone standing around with a light blue shirt, it means a character is about to come out.
Mary Poppins at Disney Character Central
When you get in line, ask the cast member when the character plans to go get a snack. You might not want to wait the extra 5 minutes for their break. Only face characters like the Princesses speak.