Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Review of Character Dining Experiences

Wondering what character dining experience is best for your family? If so, Touring Plans has put together a very informative series of blog posts detailing each of the character meals. For more information on a particular location/experience, click on the link below. Each particular character dining location features a different assortment of characters, food and atmosphere. Our family has found character dining to be a fun way to meet characters that allows you to enjoy a meal in the air-conditioning and not waste valuable park time standing in line (often out in the heat). While some experiences are expensive (Cinderella's Royal Table and Chef Mickey's to name a couple of examples), we've found them to be worth the splurge. Note that many of these experience fill-up quickly, so be sure to make your advanced dining reservation (ADR) well in advance of your trip (up to 180 days out).

Magic Kingdom - Crystal Palace

Beach Club Resort - Cape May

Epcot - Princess Storybook Dining at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway) 

Epcot - Garden Grill

Contemporary Resort - Chef Mickey's

Hollywood Studios - Disney Junior Play 'n Dine at Holllywood & Vine

Magic Kingdom - Cinderella's Royal Table

Animal Kingdom - Tusker House

Planning WDW is happy to provide information on our own experience at Chef Mickey's character breakfast, as well as Garden Grove, located at the Swan Resort, which as not yet been a focus of Touring Plans' series.  

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