You Can Now Rent Tiny Cinderella Carriage Strollers at Walt Disney World
These blue-and-silver children's coaches are as good as what Cinderella's Fairy Godmother whipped up from a few pumpkins and mice.
This article originally appeared on Travel + Leisure
If you thought the ultimate princess experience at Walt Disney World was an appointment at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and a meal at Cinderella's Royal Table, you're now one item short.
A new Florida business called Princess Carriage Rentals has begun offering strollers for rent that look exactly like tiny Cinderella carriages.
These blue-and-silver children's coaches are as good as what Cinderella's Fairy Godmother whipped up from a few pumpkins and mice. Complete with silver metalwork, blue-tufted seats and a covered roof perfect for hiding away from the hot Florida sun, the carriages are ideal for a young prince or princess who wants to feel like royalty while enjoying their vacation at the Magic Kingdom.
It does a regular stroller's job well too, with discreet hooks for heavy bags and drink holders built right into the sophisticated design.
It's not cheap — but it's elaborate. The $299 carriage stroller rental fee includes a coach perfectly sized for little ones as well as an entire regal ceremony.
After the elegant rental stroller is presented at guests' hotel resorts with an official red carpet unveiling, its honorable passengers are handed a red rose and whisked away by private car to the Magic Kingdom as a soundtrack of fairytale music plays.
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Like many Walt Disney World stroller rental companies, Princess Carriage Rental company is unofficial and not affiliated with The Walt Disney Company, but these miniature carriages are sure to turn more heads than if Cinderella went on Splash Mountain herself.