my sister & I are coming for 1st time to WDW. We're both in our 50's. but we're young at heart, would we look silly going to a character dining? Or is it just for kids?
- Asked by teresa from AL on 5/9/2008
Hi Teresa,One of the magical things about WDW is that all of us adults who are really kids are heart get our chance to let the child out to play and won't look silly at all! How many places can adults wear silly hats and be part of the... read more
Most of our Character breakfasts are scheduled around 8:30a or 9:00. I have read that they can last anywhere from an hour to 2 hours. When we are finished eating and have seen enough of the characters, can we go ahead and get going in the parks?
- Asked by Christina from KY on 5/9/2008
Yes, absolutely. There is no set program for character meals. You just eat as you would normally and the characters come around to every table to sign autographs and pose for photos. The character rotations are planned so that each... read more
have reservation for 2 adults nxt week- on a wed.- at Crystal Palace in MK for brkfst at 10:15a. i'm told the last seating time is 10:30a. wondering how much time, if any, we'd have wth characters wth such late-morning reservtn..wth time to eat not rushed?
- Asked by Gina from CT on 5/8/2008
You picked a great time, in my opinion, for a character meal. You won't be rushed, and sometimes (no guarantees, of course) you will find that you get more time with the characters as the restaurant begins to clear out of... read more
We have 8:40am reservations at the OHana character breakfast and then I made an 11:30am reservation for my daughter to go the BBB? Will I have enough time to get from OHana to Cinderella's castle? How long does O'Hana last?
- Asked by Erica from NJ on 5/8/2008
Most character meals take about an hour. You could perhaps spend maybe 15-20 more if you were an extremely slow eater, but I have never heard of a character meal taking more than an hour and a half. So, worst case scenario, you're done at Ohana at... read more
We are planning a trip to Disney World during April school vacation 2009. My 2 daughters will be 13 and 6. I'm afraid my younger daughter will be afraid of the characters in the parks and at the character dining. Should we wait another year?
- Asked by Christie from MA on 5/7/2008
Of course every child is different and you are the only that knows your own child's particular sensitivities, but in my experience the vast majority of six year olds are absolutely fine dealing with the characters. It is not uncommon for a 1-4 year... read more