|Emma in front of Tinker Bell’s House|
|Larger than life flowers and grass|
- Tinker Bell
|Emma and Fawn|
|Emma and Rosetta|
|Emma and Tinker Bell love their shoes|
Through a bit of trial and error we’ve learned that the best time to visit Pixie Hollow is early in the morning when the lines are the shortest. (If you are really concerned about getting your little ones to wait in that long line, consider the “divide and conquer” method: have one adult take the kids to get a snack or experience through the Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough or King Arthur’s Carousel while another adult waits in line.) Also, if you are looking to meet a certain Fairy don’t hesitate to ask the Cast Member located at Pixie Hollow’s entrance who you can expect to meet. Asking ahead is also a great way to learn the Fairy’s names (if you don’t already know them), and enhances your interactions once you get into the meet-and-greet area. For example, if you’re meeting Fawn, and know that she is an Animal Fairy talking to her about animals is a good way to extend your visit and get some great photos.
Emma is now on a quest to meet and get each Fairy’s autograph, so I see many more visits in our future!