8 Ways To Get Your Snow White Fix at Walt Disney World

Snow White is the original Disney Princess. She is beautiful, kind, and brave, and really set the bar for all the princesses who came after. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that Disney fans are keeping an eye out for this charming princess when they visit Walt Disney World Resort. Are you wondering where you can get your Snow White fix during your next visit? Not to worry! There will be plenty of opportunities to do just that. Here are some of our favorites.


1. Hop on Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

First and foremost, you simply must ride Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. This super fun, kid-friendly rollercoaster is a combination of a thrill ride and a classic dark ride, and we love it. Riders get all the fun of going up and down hills while swinging back and forth in the rocking cars, but also get the excitement of seeing the dwarfs working away in their mine, as well as Snow White herself dancing in the cottage. This is definitely a must-ride for Snow White fans. That said, the line does get quite long. Therefore, we recommend snagging a FastPass for this one.

2. Enjoy Storybook Dining at Artist Point

Another experience that is just perfect for Snow White fans is also one of the newest dining experiences on Disney property. Storybook Dining at Artist Point is one of the most immersive restaurants around. It transports you into the story of Snow White using fabulous scenery, character interactions, and even themed food. When all is said and done, you’ll feel as though you were actually a part of this classic fairytale. Of course, being a new restaurant, reservations for this experience are hard to come by. Therefore, we encourage you to book as soon as you’re allowed in order to ensure you get what you want.

3. Head to Germany

Most people are aware that Snow White is a German story and that the Disney movie took place in Germany. Therefore, it only seems logical that Germany is where you should go to meet the young princess. That’s right, the Germany Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is an excellent place to find Snow White, and she’s always happy to visit, sign autographs, and even pose for photos. This is also a great place to shop, as the gift shops in this area tend to have Snow White-specific merchandise on hand.


4. Stop by Candy Cauldron

Want to do even more Snow White-themed shopping? We recommend heading to Disney Springs. Here you’ll find Candy Cauldron, an Evil Queen-themed candy shop that feels just as sinister as you might imagine. The candy apples are a customer favorite here, but you might want to be careful. After all, you don’t want to bite into a poison apple!

5. Marvel at the Display in the Emporium

A fun hidden gem for Snow White lovers can be found on Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom. If you look into the front windows of the Emporium, you’ll notice they contain fun little scenes from your favorite classic Disney movies. One of these is a moving model of a scene from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This is one of those things that is worth slowing down to look for and snap a photo of.

6. Dine like Royalty at Cinderella’s Royal Table or Akershus

Can’t get in at Storybook Dining at Artist Point? You can still dine with Snow White! Both Cinderella’s Royal Table in Magic Kingdom and Akershus in Epcot offer princess dining, and while Snow White isn’t the official host of either, she almost always makes an appearance at both. Besides, both of these experiences offer you the opportunity to meet multiple princesses at once, making them ideal for princess fanatics.

7. Check out the Festival of Fantasy Parade

Disney knows how to do parades. For this reason, we highly recommend seeing their afternoon Festival of Fantasy Parade at Magic Kingdom. The costumes, music, and choreography in this parade are fabulous, and the number of characters you’ll get to see and wave at is astounding. Best of all, Snow White can be seen during this parade, and she is always happy to see her friends in the audience, offering plenty of waves.

8. See “Fantasmic!”

Last but certainly not least, we must mention the nighttime spectacular, “Fantasmic!” This Hollywood Studios show is the perfect way to end any Disney day. It gives audience members the chance to jump into Mickey’s imagination as he fights evil and proves once again that good will always prevail. Of course, one of the very best parts is the Snow White float, which is absolutely beautiful and features both Snow White and her handsome princess as they dance to “Someday my Prince Will Come”.

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