Here’s a list of where to meet Pluto at Disney World:
- Magic Kingdom – Meet Pluto in Storybook Circus until early afternoon.
- Epcot – Meet Pluto at entrance to World Showcase. He can also sometimes be found at the private Visa Meet ‘n Greet.
- Hollywood Studios – Meet Pluto near Disney Junior – Live On Stage.
- Animal Kingdom – Meet Pluto in DinoLand USA at Donald’s Dino Bash.
- Chef Mickey’s – Meet Pluto in his chef attire. Reservations required.
- Garden Grill – Meet Pluto in his farmer attire. Reservations required.
- ‘Ohana – Meet Pluto in his Hawaiian attire. Reservations required.
Questions to ask Pluto:
- Why do you live in a dog house and Goofy doesn’t?
- Did you have a bone for breakfast?
- How many bones do you have hidden?
My tips for meeting the characters:
- Almost all characters sign, make sure you have an autograph book (write your cell phone number in it) and pen for them to use (their hands are big so you might want to get one of the fat sharpies.)
- Character handlers (the cash members that work with characters) have a light blue shirt on. If you see someone standing around with a light blue shirt, it means a character is about to come out. Ask them!
- When you get in line, ask the cast member when the character plans to go get a snack. You might not want to wait the extra 5 minutes for their break.
- Only face characters (like the Princesses) speak. You could explain this to your child by saying that the other characters have to save their voices for the parades and shows (where they do speak).
- It is okay to ask questions to the characters about their movies, life, etc. It might be fun while you wait in line to come up with a question to ask them. Just don’t ask Chip and Dale where they keep their nuts!
- When we meet a character, we get the autograph first (make sure you open your book to a clean page while you are waiting in line), give hugs and then take a picture. The characters will help your children to turn around to pose for the picture.
- Don’t forget to say “please” when asking for an autograph & photo and then “thank you” afterwards.
- Take a picture of your child as they walk towards the character. I’ve caught some cute pictures of Jacob with his arms outstretched towards the character. It’s so cute.
- Most characters have a Photopass Photographer with them. They will take pictures with your camera too. Don’t be afraid to ask!
- It is okay to have a picture made with just your kids and then you jump in for a second shot.
- If you have more tips for this list, please add them to the comments so I can update it.
My son met Pluto for the first time last week. We were having breakfast at Ohana, and since he has sound sensory issues, he was not keen to do the parade around the dining room with the other kids. Pluto grabbed an extra noisemaker at the end of the parade and brought it to our table. He handed it to our son, and they had a little impromptu music jam session right there! Our boy had such a good time, and it was so sweet of Pluto to think of our kid even when he didn’t have to. – Amanda d’A.
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