Guide on Where to Meet Anna and Elsa at Disney World

Frozen is still one of the most popular Disney movies, even years after its initial release. Anna and Elsa are still some of the most popular Disney characters, so you’ll want to make sure you know how and where to meet Anna and Elsa at Disney World.

Anna meet and greet in the Norway Pavilion in EPCOT's World Showcase near the Frozen ride.
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Anna meet and greet in the Norway Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase near the Frozen ride.

Frozen has certainly taken over Walt Disney World since the first movie was released. There are parades, castle shows, a Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, a Frozen themed ride and a special meet and greet area for the beloved sisters.

To help you with your planning for your next vacation, let’s take a look at all of the places throughout the Disney World theme parks where you can meet Anna and Elsa.

Guide on Where to Meet Anna and Elsa at Disney World

The frozen characters are still extremely popular with visitors of all ages, so make sure you have a little time in your itinerary to wait and meet Anna, Elsa, and even Olaf!

Elsa meet and greet in the Norway Pavilion in EPCOT's World Showcase near the Frozen ride.
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Elsa meet and greet in the Norway Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase near the Frozen ride.

Where can I Meet Anna and Elsa at Magic Kingdom?

There is no official meet and greet at Magic Kingdom, but there are multiple places that you can see them at the Magic Kingdom park.

Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire

Straight down Main Street U.S.A there is a fun stage show in front of Cinderella castle that will give you a royal welcome to the park at various times throughout the day.

There are special song and dance numbers with Tiana and friends from The Princess and the Frog and Rapunzel and Flynn from Tangled. At the end, Mickey recruits Olaf, Princess Anna, Kristoff and Queen Elsa from Frozen to join in for a chilling finale!

Festival of Fantasy Parade

Anna, Elsa and Olaf have their very own float in the Festival of Fantasy Parade every day. This is a great way to see the characters. If you have a good viewing spot they may even wave to you as they float on by!

Elsa performing during Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire show in front of Cinderella's castle in Magic Kingdom.
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Elsa performing during Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire show in front of Cinderella’s castle in Magic Kingdom.

Where can I Meet Anna and Elsa at Epcot?

The best ways to see Anna and Elsa is at the Norway pavilion in the Epcot World Show Case. This is a full on immersive experience, with Frozen Ever After, and an immersive themed meet and greet location. It is like a mini World of Frozen themed area.

Meet Anna and Elsa at Royal Sommerhus

The main Frozen meet and greet in Walt Disney World can be found in the Norway pavilion in EPCOT. It’s located to the left of the pavilion when you are facing the entrance, and is a great addition to the area alongside the Frozen Ever After attraction.

The theming of the meet and greet area makes it an immersive experience, and here you can meet both Elsa and Anna every day. There is only 1 queue for both Anna and Elsa; you’ll meet one and then the other, you normally can’t take pictures with both of them at once.

They are wearing really pretty costumes from the second film, making it the perfect photo opportunity for huge Frozen fans. Don’t forget your autograph book in your Disney park bag! This is the only place in Disney World where you can meet Anna and Elsa.

Elsa and Anna topiary during EPCOT's Flower & Garden Festival.
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Elsa and Anna topiary during EPCOT’s Flower & Garden Festival.

Frozen Ever After

Also in the Norway Pavilion, right next door to Akershus Royal Banquet Hall is the Frozen Ever After ride. Take a voyage to Arendelle aboard an ancient Nordic vessel as you go on a musical tour of the wintery world of Frozen.

The boat ride takes you through various scenes from the movie, and it’s fun for the whole family. We think it’s one of the best additions for kids and families to EPCOT in the past few years, but it certainly continues to draw huge crowds each and every day.

For that reason, try to get here as early as possible in the morning. After riding, you can then enjoy browsing the stores in the pavilion, which are home to some of the best Frozen merchandise in the parks.

Where can I Meet Anna and Elsa at Hollywood Studios?

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is another great park for Frozen fans, thanks to the Frozen show on offer here. You can not meet Anna and Elsa here, but you can meet Olaf next door to the show. There is a small merchandise area here as well, so you can pick up a few Frozen themed souvenirs to take home with you.

Olaf, Anna, and Elsa on the Frozen float during the Festival of Fantasy parade in Magic Kingdom.
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Olaf, Anna, and Elsa on the Frozen float during the Festival of Fantasy parade in Mag

For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration

Located in the Hyperion Theater is the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration. It is hosted by Arendelle’s Royal Historians as they give their personal take on the story of Frozen as it happened in their town.

I personally think that these historians are the hit of the show. They are amazing comedic actors with lots of ad-libs and hilarious little dances while retelling the story. They lead everyone in to a full blown sing a long from the most popular songs while clips from the movie play on the stage.

It is so much fun for all ages. My teens and husband thoroughly enjoyed the humor and even sang along with the whole theater. Throughout the show you will see Anna and Kristoff, and Elsa at the end. There may even be some snow! It is a truly magical experience.

Make sure to check the My Disney Experience App for the showtimes.

What Questions Should I Ask Anna and Elsa?

  • Would you like to build a snowman?
  • Do you have any tips to look “beautifuller.”
  • Ask Elsa what her favorite snow/ice creation was.
  • Ask Elsa if Marshmallow ever returned her tiara.
  • Do you have any chocolate?
  • Does Olaf really give warm hugs?
  • Ask Anna if she wants to share a sandwich.
  • What does Olaf really think of the summer heat?
  • How are Kristoff and Sven?

Do Anna and Elsa sign autographs?

Anna and Elsa will both sign your autograph book or whatever you would like to have signed.

Check out this meet and greet with Anna and Elsa from Mouse Steps.

Will Disney Take A Picture Using My Phone With Elsa And Anna?

Cast members may now take photos with your phone once again, allowing you to get a great memory of your time meeting Anna and Elsa. They also offer the PhotoPass service in many meet and greet locations.

If you are looking to have your photo taken with Anna and Elsa, just ask the cast member who is working alongside the characters that day. Otherwise, you can take it in turns with your family to have your photo taken. It’s a good option though for families who are all looking to be in the same shot, as you may otherwise miss out on this photo opportunity.

Is Kristoff Available for Photos?

One popular Frozen character that we haven’t mentioned so far is Kristoff. Sadly, he isn’t available for photos in the parks, and has never been used as a character meet since the movie was released.

That being said, if you are keen to see this character, we recommend seeing the show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. He appears as part of the story here, offering you the chance to see Kristoff on stage as part of this musical celebration of the movie. You can also see him in Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire.

Elsa and Anna, everything you need to know before you meet Elsa and Anna
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Final Thoughts

There’s certainly no shortage of themed experiences for the Frozen fan to enjoy on your next vacation to Walt Disney World. With a little forward planning, you’ll be sure to make any young fan in your family happy as they enjoy all of the Frozen offerings Walt Disney World has to offer.

Read Also: Where to Meet Princess Moana at Walt Disney World

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