Here's a sneak peek at what you can see when the new Fantasy Faire opens on March 12th at Disneyland in California. The former Carnation Plaza Gardens has been transformed into the new home for the Disney Princesses.
The main feature will be The Royal Hall where guests can meet the Princesses in a highly detailed and colorful setting. And unlike the old Fantasy Faire, which was located near It's A Small World, this is a much quieter environment, perfect for intimate interaction for the little ones.
The Royal Theater will present two shows; one featuring Belle and based on Beauty and The Beast, and another telling Rapunzel and Flynn's story from Tangled. Two singing and dancing minstrels will help tell the stories and provide the comic relief that will keep the grown ups entertained.
All types of related merchandise will be available at the Fairytale Treasures. And Maurice's Treats, a little food invention wagon, is where Belle's father offers a signature drink and savory and sweet twisted bread sticks.
Because of the limited space within the Village Square, guests will be told to park their strollers in a special area in Frontierland. What they won't be told is that if their child is sleeping, then the strollers are allowed inside. I wonder how long it will take for the news to get out that "phony napping" is the loophole.