VIDEO Princess Promenade – Grand Style at Walt Disney World

On February 12th at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort at Walt Disney World, Cinderella’s Princess Promenade debuted.  This Princess Promenade was a test of an event Disney plans to offer as a daily occurrence.  Take a look at the VIDEO below, and let us know if this would appeal to you and your family.

Princess Promenade

At 3:30 pm Princess Cinderella meets with children of all ages at the M. Mouse Mercantile retail location on the second level, near the monorail entrance/exit.  Our host, Princess Pedal (Rose for short) announces the start of the Princess Promenade, and Cinderella & Prince Charming lead the children down the Grand Staircase in the center of the lobby and pose for photos with each child at the bottom.  Disney’s Photopass photographers are on hand to capture the moments, all while the Grand Floridian orchestra plays soft music from the balcony.

Then, Cinderella and Prince Charming begin a Grand Waltz in the center of the lobby by the piano and have the children join in.  All this happens while the glorious live orchestra plays classic tunes from Cinderella.  It only lasts a short while before the Grand Floridian turns back into its quiet self, but it certainly adds a touch of magic (for free) to children of all ages.

Be sure to check times and if the starting area changes as these things are subject to change as they tweak the experience.  February 12th was the first day for this special event, and I am so glad to see Disney adding these special non-ticketed touches for their guests. BRAVO!

What do you think of Disney’s Princess Promenade?  Would you like to see more of these impromptu acts of magic throughout Walt Disney World?  Let us know in the comments below.  For more family travel news, reviews, and trip reports, be sure to follow Adventures by Daddy on Twitter and “like” our Facebook page, too.

About John Saccheri

John Saccheri has been rooted in the Disney culture from childhood. John only had the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World once, at the age of 5. After returning home, he never stopped talking about it, yearning to return. His parents were worried about this “obsession,” but John began working at the age of 12 with a focus on saving up for the next Disney trip. He was able to visit Disney World at least once a year from 14 years old onward. Today, a successful entrepreneur, John was able to move from his hometown of Long Island, New York, to Central Florida to be close to the Mouse. Going to the parks still seems like a fantasy to him!