Brave, Disney/Pixar’s highly-anticipated fantasy adventure film set in Scotland, is set to debut in theatres across the country on June 22. Disney’s promotion for Brave is in full swing, with trailers and billboards for the movie popping up almost everywhere. If your kids can’t wait for Pixar’s next film, Walt Disney World has a couple of interactive experiences to whet their appetite for Brave before it lands in theatres.

The first is the the Brave Highland Games Tournament, which takes place at Epcot now until July 8th. The Highland Games Tournament features kid-friendly games like Cake Toss, Haggis Flip, archery, and Mini Caber Toss. The area also features a playground, and, oddly enough, “enhanced free wireless” so mom and dad can check their email while the young ones go off on a Scottish adventure. You can find the Tournament taking place at the Rose Walk, right between Future World and World Showcase, from 11 am – 7 pm daily.

For more Brave fun, head to Magic Kingdom, where you can meet Princess Merida herself. Located in Fairytale Garden (just right of Cinderella Castle), the Merida play and greet features activities like coloring and archery for children, as well as a chance to talk to and get your picture taken with Pixar’s next big star. The area also features the three small bear cubs from the movie as animated figures. This meet and greet replaces the Rapunzel meet and greet. For fans of Tangled, Rapunzel can now be found at the Town Square Courtyard, next to City Hall at the entrance of Main Street in Magic Kingdom.

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