Let’s face it: the lines in Disney World can be LONG.
A trip to Disney World is a special event and, as such, you might be tempted to just throw money at every activity, experience, and upgrade available. You want it to be the BEST trip ever, right?!
And there are SO many things to splurge on, including special tours, dining experiences, and ticket add-ons. But for many of us, a lot of these splurges are unnecessary, so let’s look at which ones just aren’t worth it.
Walt Disney World Resort will begin reopening to guests at select Resort hotels on June 22nd followed by the theme parks beginning on July 11th.
While we have known for some time that — upon initial reopening — experiences around the Resort will see modifications (and, in some cases, will be unavailable), we are getting a full picture of what that means for specific offerings and special events. For instance, it was just announced that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been canceled for this fall. (The Epcot Food and Wine Festival, however, will return SOON!). [Read more…]
Walt Disney World is TRULY a magical place. It almost seems like you can snap your fingers, and a magical moment will occur around you.
Well, technically there are TONS of magical moments happening all around you constantly, thanks to a lovely little thing known as Guest Services.
The 7-hour tour brings guests behind-the-scenes to “receive an up-close look into the artistry, technology, mechanical marvels and backstage secrets that go into producing world-class entertainment.” The experience includes backstage access to The American Adventure attraction in Epcot, the “Utilidor” tunnels constructed underneath Magic Kingdom, a visit to the Costuming Department, and more — including a lunch break at a Disney World table service restaurant. [Read more…]
Ever wanted to guarantee the PERFECT day at Disney World?
Your favorite foods, your favorite rides, a private car whisking you from park to park through backstage access? Your dreams are coming true… . A new V.I.P. Tour is now open for booking for Walt Disney World guests: the completely customizable World of Dreams Tour!
Based on our discussion with Disney World VIP Tour cast members, the inclusions are like no other… in fact, the tour is so customizable that interested guests can work with planning partners beforehand to plan their “dream day” — accommodating a party of up to six guests for up to 12 hours — in Disney World.
This could include experiences in any (or even more than one) of the four theme parks such as a pre-park opening photo shoot in Toy Story Land or even a tour of the Suite in Cinderella Castle. From attractions to dining in some of Disney World most popular restaurants (with meals and snacks included in the price), this tour can also potentially include hard-to-get access to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge when it opens this fall in Disney World. [Read more…]