When I visited WDW back around 6 yrs ago there was a Tarzan show. I know the show was replaced by a Nemo Musical, but I am taking my family there this coming April & my nephew loves Tarzan-do the characters still do meet & greets?
- Asked by Crystal from PA on 7/15/2008
There is some possibility that you'll see a Tarzan character or two in the parks. I have seen Terk many times near the front entrance to the Animal Kingdom. Other Tarzan characters are much more rare. If you have a specific character you're looking... read more
We have planned our first trip for the first week of February! Yeah! What would be a better choice...breakfast @ Cinderella's or catching the princesses' out and about? Our five year old is very into princesses I'd hate to dissapoint...
- Asked by Jill from MI on 7/14/2008
For a five year old who is very into princesses, I would actually recommend doing both. When my girls were that age, they needed a princess fix just about every day. We would often dine at both Cinderella's Royal Table and the princess meal at the... read more
I have a Disney CC & heard there is a character meeting in Epcot for people who have the Disney CC - Does this happen every day of the week or certain days?
- Asked by Michelle from IN on 7/10/2008
The special character greeting area for Disney credit card holders takes place every afternoon at Epcot. You can get the whole scoop HERE.Say "Hi" to Mickey for me :-) read more
When you meet characters is there anything special you can do... just to joke around with them? Such as bounce for Tigger, or crow for Peter Pan? Wierd question but I'm just giving it a shot :) THE MOM'S PANEL IS AWESOME!
- Asked by Angelica from NY on 7/9/2008
You can make your interaction with the characters as fun-filled as you want. We often try to make our character interaction a bit more personal. For example, there was a while there when my girls would their Minnie Mouse stuffed toy with them when... read more
We are planning our first Disney World vacation for next summer and I have a 5 year old son, I am not sure where the best place to stay. My son absolutely loves the characters and I want to stay at a hotel that has the most interaction with them. Help :)?
- Asked by Amy from KS on 7/7/2008
There are many criteria you should consider when choosing a Disney resort hotel (price, location, themeing, dining options, etc.), but character interaction is not one of those criteria. There are no characters just wandering around at the resorts.... read more