The best time for character Autographs is early morning. Get to the park about 30 minutes before opening and line up at the character-greeting areas. You will sacrifice prime touring time, when the lines are shortest at major attractions, but for many kids the characters ARE the main attraction. Keep your eyes open when you enter the park. There are often rare characters hanging around Main Street. Also grab a "Times Guide" by the front. Some characters only sign autographs in certain location at set times.
Disney is increasingly concentrating characters in one location like the Hall of Fame at Mickey�s Toontown Fair, instead of having them wander throughout the park, as in years past. This creates long lines of cranky kids and tired parents waiting for each photo and autograph. Meeting the characters, taking photographs, getting autographs and waiting in the next line for another character burns up a lot of time. Lines for autographs at Toontown, Minnie-Mickey and Animal Kingdom are as long as those for any attraction.
If your kids are adamant about autographs, realize you will sacrifice some time � maybe a lot of time � seeing other attractions. Consider setting aside a specific time (2-3 hours) each afternoon for autographs. Or, devote one entire morning or afternoon just to characters. If your kids are primarily interested in a single character like Mickey or Goofy, a character meal is probably the best option. It may be worth looking into a character dining experience. You are guaranteed every character on duty at the restaurant before you leave.
There are also characters at the Epcot Character Spot. It is usually less crowded than the Magic Kingdom counterparts. You can almost always catch Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale.
"All" the characters? Get an annual pass and be prepared to spend a couple of weeks at the park. Not every character is necessarily out every day (you can pretty much count on Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, and Pluto every day, but others are more random and there are a few that are generally only trotted out for special events; I'm an annual passholder at the Disneyland Resort and I think I've only seen King Louie, to name just one example, one in ten years). If your kids are heavily into a specific character, try asking at your resort/hotel concierge desk to see if that particular character is scheduled for one of the parks on one of the days you will be there. It may be a better idea to set expectations on the low side before your visit; promising Mickey and/or Minnie is likely fairly safe, but it's wiser to leave any other specific character at "we'll see if we can find him/her".
Disney characters,people from around the world,employees and such.
One vacationing at Disney World can meet Disney characters such as Ariel, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, characters from Aladdin, Chip 'n' Dale, Tinkerbell, Goofy, Pluto, Minnie Mouse, and of course Mickey Mouse. Many, many more characters from Disney movies can also be met at Disney World.
all of the parks
year round all of the characters should be at Disney world
Of the thousands of characters in Disney animated films over the years, only about 250 are Characters in costume at Walt Disney World. Most of the costumed Characters perform only in parades and shows. About 50 greet and mingle with guests at all the Walt Disney World theme parks, and some resorts. (You haven
The best places in America to purchase baby clothing featuring Disney characters would be Disneyland or Disney World. Disneyland is located in California, while Disney World is located in Florida.
Because You get to see all of your favorite Disney characters.
YES. Walt Disney is very smart because he created Walt Disney World and Walt Disney Land with all the Disney characters.
Yes, there are many characters and the schedule of their meeting is mentioned in the link in related links.
about 10 dollars an hour
Mickey Mouse,Walter Disney himself and other Disney characters like Alice and Peter Pan!
Twilight Town[Original] Features Characters From: FFVI, FFVIII, FFIX, Fantasia, and Sleeping BeautyRadiant Garden / Hollow Bastion[Original] Features Characters From: FFVII, FFVIII, FFX-2, Sword in the Stone, DucktalesBeast's Castle[Disney] Features Characters From: Beauty and the BeastOlympus Coliseum[Disney] Features Characters From: Hercules, FFX, Steamboat WillieAgrabah[Disney] Features Characters From: AladdinThe Land of Dragons[Disney] Features Characters From: MulanThe Hundred Acre Wood[Disney] Features Characters From: Winnie the PoohPride Lands[Disney] Features Characters From: The Lion KingAtlantica[Disney] Features Characters From: The Little Mermaid*Not a fully featured playable world.Disney Castle[Disney] Features Characters From: Fantasia, Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers, various Mickey Mouse franchise charactersTimeless River[Disney] Features Characters From: Steamboat Willie, various early black and white Mickey Mouse franchise charactersPort Royal[Disney] Features Characters From: Pirates of the CaribbeanHalloween Town[Disney] Features Characters From: Nightmare Before ChristmasSpace Paranoids[Disney] Features Characters From: TronThe World That Never Was[Original] Features Mickey Mouse, and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, everyone else is an original character.
no at Disneyland there real people in costumes
Walt Disney became famous for creating Disney characters that people still love and enjoy today. In fact, he didn't create most of the Disney movies just the characters. He is also famous for Disney world located in Florida and Disneyland located in California. People go see Walt Disney's magic and fun that he decided to share with the world and that is why Walt Disney is famous.
Jasmine and Aladdin, from Disney's Aladdin.
More rides, attractions and more characters.
Walt Disney World is promoted to be in Orlando, Florida; however, it is technically located in Kissimmee, FL (which is right beside Orlando).
disney world in orlado is bigger,has more parks, has more characters,and the castle is diffrent than other parks
Well before Disney World, he filmed a lot of his movies like Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty! And came up with his characters like Oswlad, and Mickey. Then he decided to buy the land and continue to add on to it. (This was Disney World) His dream was to also never stop adding on to it. And there now making the Beast's castle in Disney World!
There are lots characters to meet at spots around the parks, as well as character dining options at many hotels. None of the characters are guaranteed; due to extenuating circumstances they may swap out or appear at different times. Mickey Mouse (along with Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale) and the Disney Princesses are the most popular characters to meet, and you can find them at most of the theme parks. You can see a full list of characters on the Walt Disney World website.
People visit Disney world because they would like to see all their favorite Disney characters and see the beautiful scenery
characters get paid about $10 a hour management get paid starting at $33000
At Walt Disney World, she signs her autographs as "Miss Bunny". In the script for Bambi she is not named and is simply called "a beautiful female rabbit".
Walt Disney World is named after Walt Disney..... It was originally named Disney World, but was then changed to Walt Disney World to honor him.