Unlock the Secret: Where to Meet Mulan at Disney World

As a child of the 90s, Mulan is one of my favorite Disney characters from my childhood. I am so excited to share insider tips to help you find where to meet Mulan at Disney World.

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Mulan in her matchmaker outfit at EPCOT’s World Showcase China Pavilion Meet & Greet.

Mulan is a rare character and her traditional meet & greet is easy to miss if you don’t know where she is located. If you’re an introvert like me, you will also want to prepare some questions to ask her when you meet her.

Let’s get down to business!

Where Can You Meet Mulan in Disney World?

The only place to meet Mulan is at the China Pavilion located in the World Showcase at EPCOT Theme Park. Mulan fans can seek out this hidden EPCOT character meet & greet to talk to their favorite characters.

Mulan can be found in the garden area of the China Pavilion behind the Reflections of China building.

There are no places currently to meet Mulan in Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The Times Listed for today, Thursday June 27th are:


10:00 AM

11:15 AM


12:25 PM

2:20 PM

3:30 PM

Times may be similar, but they are subject to change. For the most up to date information head to the My Disney Experience App to find the times for the day you would like to meet Mulan. You can also find the schedule and map to the location .

Does Mulan Sign Autographs?

Mulan does sign autographs at the China Pavilion for her meet & greet in EPCOT’s World Showcase.

Tips for Meeting Mulan

  • It’s a good idea to plan ahead for autographs. Purchasing autograph books before the day of your visit can help you save some money in the Walt Disney World Parks. There are also some fun ideas for framed photos, cups, and other souvenirs if you don’t want to keep autographs in a book.
  • Character interactions can have long lines so plan to get in line about 20 minutes before the scheduled showing of Mulan.
  • Mulan sometimes has a Photopass Photographer with her, although that is not guaranteed. A cast member is always with her and will take a picture from your phone. If you plan to meet many characters you may want to consider purhcasing Memory Maker. Purchasing in advance does save you some money and make great keepsakes from your Disney trip.

Is Mulan still at EPCOT?

You can still meet Mulan at the China Pavilion in EPCOT. There are many other princesses and characters you can meet around the World Showcase in EPCOT as well.

France Pavilion: Belle

Norway Pavilion: Anna & Elsa

Germany Pavilion: Snow White

United Kingdom Pavilion: Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland

Morocco Pavilion: Jasmine and sometimes Aladdin

Mexico Pavilion: Donald Duck in his Sombrero

You can also meet several Disney princesses like Princess Aurora, Belle, Princess Tiana, Ariel, and Snow White at  Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in the Norway Pavilion. Mulan has never appeared at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall and does not have any character dining experiences currently.

EPCOT is one of the best parks for character meet & greets including your favorite Disney pals like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, and Pluto.

Read Also: What Disney Characters are at Epcot? How to Meet Them

Princess Mulan showing off her moves in EPCOT’s World Showcase China Pavilion.

What Questions Should I Ask Mulan?

  • Will you let me join the Imperial Army?
  • How did you find the courage to go on such a big adventure?
  • What’s your favorite food to eat when you visit the Emperor’s Palace?
  • What is your favorite thing to do when you’re not saving China?
  • Can you tell me a funny story about Mushu?
  • What was your favorite part of being a soldier?
  • Can you show me a cool fighting move?
  • What should I do if I want to be strong like you?
  • Do you have a favorite festival or holiday?

Are There any Mulan Attractions in Disney World?

Unfortunately, there are no attractions for Mulan in Disney World. You can visit the China Pavilion and see the Reflections of China show, eat at Nine Dragons Restaurant or Lotus Blossom Cafe. This is a great place to learn more about China for Mulan fans.

Mulan, Everything you need to know before you meet Princess Mulan
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Fun Facts About Mulan

  1. Historical Inspiration: Mulan is based on a legendary Chinese warrior named Hua Mulan. Her story is told in an ancient Chinese ballad called “The Ballad of Mulan.”
  2. Disguised Hero: Mulan joined the Chinese army in place of her father, disguising herself as a man to protect him and their family.
  3. Animal Friends: In Disney’s version, Mulan has two memorable companions: Mushu, a small dragon who thinks he’s much bigger than he is, and Cri-Kee, a lucky cricket.
  4. Skilled Warrior: Mulan is incredibly talented in martial arts and strategy, making her one of the best warriors in the army, despite initially being underestimated.
  5. Symbol of Bravery: Mulan’s bravery and selflessness have made her a symbol of courage and empowerment, showing that anyone can be a hero regardless of their background or appearance.

Meeting Disney World Characters can be one of the best things for a magical vacation at Walt Disney World Resort. Mulan is such a great Disney character meet to add to your plans for the Walt Disney World Theme Parks.

Related Questions

Is Mulan owned by Disney?

Mulan is party of the Disney Media franchise.

Why is Mulan not a Disney Princess?

Mulan is a member of the Disney Princess franchise and is considered a Disney Princess. Mulan is technically not a princess because she is not related to any royalty and does not marry a prince.

Is there a Mulan at Disneyland?

Mulan can be seen at the Disney California Adventure Park during the Lunar New Year celebration.

Where can I meet Mushu at Disney World?

Mushu used to appear with Mulan in EPCOT, but unfortunately has not been seen in Disney World for several years. You can meet Mushu at Disneyland California or Disneyland Paris.

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