When it comes to Disney World, changes are coming — and they don’t stop coming!
Just recently we’ve seen price increases hit the parks and resorts on everything from bottled water and special experiences to SEVERAL Disney World restaurants…again. Three character dining experiences are included in those restaurant price increases — and we’re sharing all the details you need to know.
If you’re looking to book a character meal during your next Disney World trip — it just might cost you a bit more to do so. THREE restaurants that offer character dining have received price increases in the parks and hotels! So, WHERE will you find these increased prices, and just how much will you be paying? Let’s find out.
Over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Tusker House is currently serving up an all-you-care-to-enjoy family-style meal (but that will change when the restaurant switches back to a buffet on November 1st!) that features Mickey, Donald, and friends dressed in their safari garb.
Previously, lunch and dinner cost $55 per adult and $36 per child, but that has increased to $59 per adult and $38 per child.
At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you’ll also find yourself paying more at Hollywood & Vine. The lunch and dinner buffet pricing has increased to $59 per adult (previously $55).
The pricing for children’s (ages 3 to 9) meals didn’t change and remains at $38.
And finally, Storybook Dining with Snow White at Artist Point got a price increase as well. This Wilderness Lodge character meal features Show White, Dopey, Grumpy, and the Evil Queen, and previously the price was $60 per adult and $39 per child for dinner.
Now, you’ll be paying $65 per adult instead. Luckily, the children’s price remains the same for now.
Looking for more Disney World news? See the price increases at Chef Mickey’s here, and read about the new menu items coming to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort here.
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