7 Best Spots To See Snow White in Disney World

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As Disney’s original princess, Snow White holds a firm place in the legacy of the empire that Walt Disney built. Certainly, it’s fair to ask that without the success of Snow White, where would the Walt Disney Company be today?

We’re Disney people and we’ve taken many Disney World vacations and so, my kids have been exposed to Snow White.

We’ve dined with Snow White and also been on rides that feature her and Disney’s original pips, the Seven Dwarfs.

Therefore, it’s safe to say my kids know her and get the gist of the story, including the Evil Queen and Prince Charming and poisoned apples and all that jazz. But have they seen the actual movie? 

For the most part, their connection to Snow White is exclusively through the parks and any ancillary appearances she makes in other Disney media. 

So, is Snow White’s level of park popularity based on her history with Disney? Or is it based on a nearly 100-year-old movie?


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Does Disney World have Snow White?

Yes. They have lots and lots of Snow White. Therefore, if you take a Disney vacation, you’re going to see Snow White.

Disney World has Snow White coming out of its mouse ears, so to speak. 

So, is Snow White the most frequently seen character in the parks? 

No. That honor would certainly go to Mickey Mouse. However, I wouldn’t be shocked to find out she’s in the top five spots.

There might be more Ariel and Belle, but Snow White would certainly be up there. 

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Can you see Snow White in the Magic Kingdom? 

Yes, Snow White is one of the characters that appears on the porch of the Town Square to the right just at the Magic Kingdom entrance. Also, she and some of her dwarfs, like Grumpy and Dopey, are part of the Festival of Fantasy parade. 

She is also a frequent member of the rotation at Cinderella’s Royal Table character dining experience. 

But these aren’t the only places you can find her.

Where are the best places to see Snow White at Disney? 

Let’s take a look.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Snow White makes an appearance on this popular ride (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

7. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom)

There is a scene of her dancing with Dopey and the other dwarfs as the Evil Queen lurks outside with her poison apple. It’s cool.

And it’s nice that they worked in some bits from the old ride to make the scene happen. However, it’s not the best place to see Snow White.

Also, I think that the somewhat new Fantasyland ride isn’t the best ride experience as it has a long queue, a short ride and an uncomfortable ride vehicle. 

The Hollywood Studios Fantasmic Sign
Snow White is one of the characters in Fantasmic! (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

6. Fantasmic! (Hollywood Studios)

Snow White is one of the many characters who have a part in the spectacular Fantasmic! show. 

A Child Interacts with Snow White at Akershus
This little one is enthralled by Snow White at Akershus (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

5. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway Pavilion, EPCOT)

Snow White is one of the frequently featured princesses at Akershus.

I do think it would be wise of Disney to mix up the characters a little more. It makes no sense to feature Belle and Snow White – who are also in the France and Germany Pavilions respectively – and not Anna and Elsa, who the young diners would go crazy for. 

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snow white with dwarfs in parade at disney
Snow White and her dwarfs can be seen in the parade (photo by Daniel Munson/HeyOrlando.com)

4. Festival of Fantasy Parade (Magic Kingdom)

The Festival of Fantasy is a great parade and Snow White and her dwarfs are featured players.

Do the other parade floats frequently overshadow Snow White? I’d say yes, but the kids still love to see her as the parade comes up Main Street USA. 

Princess Fairytale Hall Disney World
Snow White often makes an appearance at the Princess Fairytale Hall (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

4. Princess Fairytale Hall (Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom Park)

This Fairytale Hall offers an opportunity for meet and greets with your favorite princesses.

But keep in mind that the cast in the fairytale theater changes, so be sure to check the Disney app for details to confirm availability.

Town Square Theater Magic Kingdom
Town Square Theater is a good place to see characters as you arrive at the Magic Kingdom (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

3. Town Square Theater (Magic Kingdom)

Look, I appreciate Disney finding a use for this part of the park. Keeping some character meet and greets up here in a space that would otherwise be going to waste is a wise use of an opportunity to add a little magic.

It’s also cool to see some characters first thing when you walk in. It ramps up the magic factor.

Germany Pavilion Buildings EPCOT
Guests can watch for the Snow White meet and greet in the Germany Pavilion (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

2. Germany Pavilion (EPCOT)

Snow White has a dedicated meet and greet spot in the Germany Pavilion – which makes sense because that’s the root of the character. 

Snow White With Young Man at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Snow White and a little one at Storybook Dining, Artist Point (photo by Elizabeth Cooper/HeyOrlando.com)

1. Storybook Dining at Artist Point (Disney’s Wilderness Lodge)

This may be the least publicized character dining experience at Walt Disney World. Still, reservations are a very good idea. Guests meet Snow White, Dopey and Grumpy while dining in a rustic setting at the Wilderness Lodge. Guests can even get a photo with the Evil Queen. 

Now that I think about it, my question at the top about the enduring nature of Snow White’s popularity may be answered by the existence of this experience. It’s an entire character dining experience that’s devoted to Snow White in a way that even Cinderella, Belle or the other princesses don’t quite get.

They all have shared the billing with other princesses. But here, Snow White is the only princess necessary.

Inside the Seven Dwarf Mine Train at the Musical Water Spouts
The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is the only “Snow White-themed” ride left in the park (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

Is there a Snow White ride in Magic Kingdom? 

Not really.

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train takes place in the Snow White cinematic universe, but it ain’t called Snow White’s Mine Train, you know? The original Disney princess does make an appearance, but just because you see a character on a ride, it doesn’t make it that character’s ride. 

There used to be a Snow White attraction in the Magic Kingdom, though. Snow White’s Scary Adventures used to be a one-two punch with Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride right there in Fantasyland, a pair of classic dark rides that are now lost to Magic Kingdom history. 

The rides were quite similar. They featured jerky ride vehicles moving along a large metal track, whiplashing around the corner. 

The Snow White dark ride lived up to its billing. I remember being scared of it as a kid and my oldest daughter Sofia felt the same when she got to ride it shortly before it was closed for good. 

Ultimately, the Snow White ride was replaced in 2012 with the Princess Fairytale Hall meet and greet while Mr. Toad’s was replaced in 1998 by The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. 

The Winnie the Pooh Ride is certainly an upgrade, but I wish they had a place for both rides in the park today. I’d much rather have the original or Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride than Mickey’s Philharmagic. 

If you’re interested in the old rides, they both still exist in Disneyland in California.

Do you and your little ones look forward to seeing Snow White at Disney World? Let us know in the comments!

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John Gullion

John Gullion, Managing Editor at the Citizen Tribune, is a freelance contributor for TheSmokies.com LLC – the parent company of TheSmokies.com and HeyOrlando.com.

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