Seas the Moment with Photo Ops that Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of ‘The Little Mermaid’

Now you can go under the sea with Ariel and the new Photopass opportunities at Walt Disney World. Check out all of the new magic shots from Disney Parks Blog to celebrate the 30th anniversary of ‘The Little Mermaid.’

Growing up, my favorite movie was Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” I loved the music, the thingamabobs, and above all else, Flounder, who to this day is still one of my favorite Disney characters. This is probably the ideal time for me to take a moment to thank my older siblings for letting me watch this movie over and over again on a loop during my entire childhood. 

It’s hard for me to believe, but this classic “tail” is approaching its 30th anniversary. To celebrate, I’m sharing my favorite Disney PhotoPass opportunities available around Walt Disney World Resort where Disney PhotoPass photographers can make you feel part of Ariel’s world.

Take a voyage to Prince Eric’s Castle with the help of a Disney PhotoPass photographer and virtual backdrops at the Disney PhotoPass Studio at Disney Springs. 

Disney PhotoPass Magic Shot in Fantasyland featuring Sebastian from "The Little Mermaid"

Ask a photographer in Fantasyland to add one of Ariel’s undersea friends to your Magic Shot! 

Meeting Ariel at her grotto in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park

Meet Ariel at her grotto

Posing with a dinglehopper at the Disney PhotoPass Studio inside of Sir Mickey’s at Magic Kingdom Park.

Pose with a dinglehopper at the Disney PhotoPass Studio inside of Sir Mickey’s

Disney PhotoPass photo opportunity in front of Prince Eric's Castle in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park

Commemorate your visit to Fantasyland with a photo in front of Prince Eric’s Castle. 

Kids play with bubbles in a Disney PhotoPass photo at Magic Kingdom Park

Life is the bubbles! Use your bubble wand to make any spot feel like it’s under the sea. 

Enjoy making a splash with these treasures during your next visit! 

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