Travel | Fantasy Faire

Disneyland is about to open a new area titled “Fantasy Faire” which is located next to Sleeping Beauty’s castle. Hispanic Lifestyle got a sneak preview of the area, including the opportunity to watch two (2) new shows.  Here is our exclusive coverage.

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Facts from our friends at Disneyland Resorts.

Fantasy Faire

Opening March 12, 2013!
Enter a picturesque storybook village square where you may meet Disney friends from such timeless tales as The Little Mermaid, CinderellaSleeping Beauty, Tangledand Beauty and the Beast.In this fascinating new world within Fantasyland, “once upon a time” begins the moment you arrive — and “happily ever after” happens every day.A Brand New Experience
The boundaries of Fantasyland are expanding! Right next to Sleeping Beauty Castle, the Carnations Plaza Gardens Stage is being reimagined into an enchanting village where the stories of Disney’s fairy tale heroes and heroines are brought to life.

The Royal Hall
One of the main attractions in this quaint storybook village is the Royal Hall, where beloved Disney Characters eagerly await your visit. Meet them inside this truly special place, filled with rich layers of detail: a beautiful gothic interior with wondrous wallpaper, handsome wood finishes and breathtaking chandeliers.

The Royal Theatre with 2 New Shows
Other princesses are performing in our theatre, a beautiful gothic tent structure with a stunning new entrance, portals and beautiful gothic banners and shields. Enjoy 2 unique shows — one with Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and the other with Flynn and Rapunzel from Tangled.

Shops and Dining too!
Discover all kinds of princess dresses and gifts at the charming Fairytale Treasures. And stop by Maurice’s Treats, a little food invention wagon where Belle’s father offers a signature drink and savory and sweet twisted bread sticks.

Guest Policies
Guests may remain in their wheelchair or Electric Convenience Vehicle to experience this attraction.

Wheelchair Access:
At the Royal Theatre, Guests in wheelchairs should see a Cast Member to be directed to available viewing areas. They’ll remain in their chair for the show or may transfer to bench seating.
At Royal Hall, Guests may remain in their wheelchair/ECV for the entire experience and should proceed through the normal queue.

Author: Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval is an award winning journalist who produces Hispanic Lifestyle a television program broadcasting on several PBS stations throughout the United States. editorial@Hispaniclifestyle.com

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