Disney World has a lot of tours that guests can choose from in multiple parks. The Magic Kingdom has a available and Disney has just added another choice.
Disney recently announced that the new Ultimate Disney Classics VIP tour is now available to guests. During the four hour tour a Disney VIP Tour Guide will take guests around the park to experience some of the Magic Kingdom’s most popular rides.
On the list of possible attractions guests will see during the tour is Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, “it’s a small world,” Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and Peter Pan’s Flight. Guests on the tour will get special access to the attractions, so waiting in long lines won’t be a problem. Another perk is that guests will get a visit with the big guy himself, Mickey Mouse!
Disney is promoting this tour a good one for kids of all ages, because the attractions involved do not have height restrictions. Which, as you can see from the attractions listed above, is true. A lot of the tours have a minimum age for kids to be able to participate, so it’s nice to have a tour available that includes all ages.
This tour sounds like it could be a lot of fun, but the $199 per person price tag makes it a costly experience. Plus, the cost of the tour does not include theme park admission. So you have to buy a separate theme park ticket for each person in your group in addition to the $199 per person cost for the tour.
The tours happen Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
What do you think about the new tour? Do you think the price is worth the experience?
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Hi. Do you know if AP holders can receive a discount? Thanks.
I haven’t heard if AP holders get a discount. It’s definitely worth giving Disney a call to ask though. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that there is a discount!
We have been on a similar tour in the past and really enjoyed it. I became excited when I saw this and, until, I saw the price thought we would go in April. This seems a little much. Our tour included lunch and this one doesn’t. I realize this was a few years ago but, come on, this is just too much in my opinion. We are annual pass holders and have been to WDW in June and September 2016 and are scheduled to go again in April.
I agree, Brenda. I’m disappointed that, for the price, they are not including lunch with the tour. Hoping they will add that at some point to make it a little more worth the price. It’s hard for people to justify spending an extra $199 a person in addition to the theme park admission.