Can I hug my favorite character? One of the things that sets Disney World apart from other Theme Parks is the amazing interactions Guests have with their favorite characters. After all, you can’t get a hug from Mickey just anywhere! Disney has now made a statement regarding physical distancing and character meets.
Can you hug characters at Disney World?
While you won’t be able to hug them, they will wave and interact with Guests as they make their way down the parade route. In Epcot, you can see Disney Princesses in the Princess Promenade, touring World Showcase in a horse-drawn carriage.
Can Disney characters accept gifts?
Disney characters will not accept money or food, but they CAN accept small gifts, drawings, and letters.
Are character meet-and-greets back at Disney?
Disney is now distinguishing between vaccinated and unvaccinated Cast Members and allowing the former to go mask-less and will be mandating vaccinations for Cast Members (pending union approval). That could pave the way for meet & greets to return this fall. Otherwise, it likely won’t happen until early 2022.
Can you get autographs at Disney 2021?
To accommodate physical distancing, Disney Characters are not currently signing autographs for Guests. You can still expect to see your favorite Characters throughout the theme parks, though!
Does Tinkerbell still fly at Disney World 2021?
Tinker Bell does still fly during the Happily Ever After nighttime show! This show features fabulous fireworks and wonderful projections on Cinderella Castle, and plays nearly every night at Magic Kingdom.
Is it worth going to Disney World in 2021?
Even with all of this, 2021 will likely bring a better Disney vacation experience overall than 2020. The more time that passes, the more things will be phased back in. Again, book a trip so you know you have the dates you want, and then wait and see. In fact, I already have a couple trips for 2021 booked!
Will Disney have the Candlelight Processional in 2021?
Candlelight Processional, a live holiday concert at Epcot, is returning to the theme park in 2021, Walt Disney World announced Tuesday. … A post on the official Disney Parks Blog says all Candlelight Processional performers — including musicians, singers and narrators — will be required to be fully vaccinated.