Disneyland’s Fantasyland Faire Experience

Now entering… Fantasyland Faire at Disneyland

Panoramic shot of Fantasyland Faire

Fantasyland Faire at Disneyland was an overall great experience.

Fantasyland Faire buildings

I did like how there was so much detail in every building, from Rapunzel’s tower to the owl post carving.

Besides meeting the Princesses at the Royal Hall.

which I thought each scenery of where you met the Princesses would change, so if you met Ariel she would have her trinkets and treasure chests around her or

Ceiling inside the Royal Hall

Like Cinderella she would have a backdrop of the castle or some white drapery going on, but instead it was a fluid setting as shown in the images above and below.

My boyfriend, Cinderella, and I

One of the best parts of Fantasyland Faire were the snacks at Maurice’s Treat and they had the Boysen Apple Freeze in stein or goblet mugs for $9.99 which was sold first at Walt Disney World’s New Fantasyland.

Maurice’s Treats have some tasty twisty snacks and delicious drinks.

Boysen Apple Freeze

The Royal Theater was amazing! The cast were funny and very enthusiastic. The only downside, was where we sat… in the Middle, so don’t sit in the middle seats or else you’ll have a pole in the way of the show.

Don’t ever sit in the middle!

All the music was down by piano which was amazing, just like in a real theater setting.

Piano at the Theater

The narrators and hosts of the Royal Theater were fit for the parts they played in the theater and kept the audience laughing. The play was based on the storytelling of the Princess’ story like Tangled or Beauty and the Beast that day, each show changed– we had the storytelling of Tangled.

Ruffians at the Snuggly Duckling

Rapunzel and Flynn stuck in water in a cave…

“I See the Light”

Flynn and Rapunzel

I left feeling happy and very pleased, I do recommend going to Fantasyland Faire if you have kids that love Princesses, if not, I would definitely recommend going to the Royal Theater to see the story of the Princesses. It was surprisingly funny and kept me engaged into the show.

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