There’s something magical for everyone at Disney World, but as the father of a princess you have some truly special opportunities available to you. Take a look at these ideas to spend some extra-special time with your little one.

Cinderella’s Royal Table

One of the most magical experiences in all of Disney World is a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table. This unique dining experience is located right in Cinderella Caste and gives your little one a chance to meet the princesses while eating in a regal setting. At $30 – $59.99 per adult, it’s not a cheap experience but you’re paying for more than just a meal. This is something your daughter will remember for the rest of her life – and who better to share it with than her dad?

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Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

To make your princess feel like a real princess for a day, consider Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. There she can get a makeover from a fairy godmother, complete with dress, hairstyle, wand, and lots and lots of glitter! There are locations in Downtown Disney and within Cinderella Castle. Once again, this isn’t an inexpensive experience, but the $54.95 – $194.95 (depending on which package you choose) includes photos, lifetime memories, and a smiling daughter! This is an experience you’ll need to plan for as reservations are required and they did fill up fast!

Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage

Not every little girl has dreams of being a princess. For those who like a little rough and tumble time, consider the Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage. This experience lets you take to the high seas for a rousing sea-shanty singing voyage under the nightly Disney World fireworks. The price of $34 or children and $59 for adults includes snacks, beverages, and a night you won’t soon forget.

Spend the day at Downtown Disney

You’d be surprised by how many people don’t consider doing something outside the parks. Downtown Disney is a special place full of unique dining options, fun stores, and even activities like Cirque du Soleil. You can take a balloon ride, head to DisneyQuest for an afternoon of interactive video games, or visit the Lego store to bring back some unique souvenirs. Downtown Disney can easily be an all-day adventure, or you can go for a few hours to grab some food, have a little father-daughter shopping time and take in the sites.

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No matter what you choose to do with your little one, be sure to keep her involved! Dads know that the taste of their kids is ever- changing. Don’t pull your hair out trying to get a reservation at Cinderella’s Royal Table only to find out she’d rather head to GatorLand.