Finding Your Favorite Characters: Character Meet & Greets at Walt Disney World
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About the Author: Cheryl and husband Mark live in England and love to travel, particularly to Disney, and they have made numerous visits to destinations across America and Europe. They recently completed their tour of every Disney theme park around the world, which culminated in their visit to Japan, including the Tokyo Disney Resort. Click here to view more of Cheryl's articles!
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There's a character greeting spot that no one knows about. Tigger actually comes out to pull people in. Winnie is there and Eeyore too. No lines! Go through main entrance and take first path to your right. Before you go over the bridge to Dinoland there is a hidden path on your right. That's where Pooh and his friends are.
Here's a great website for finding characters: Disney World Character Finder Utility - presented by WDW Insiders
It's especially useful for finding rare characters if you already have signatures of the main characters many times over.
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Updated 11-02-2012 - Article #866
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