My daughter's dance company will be visiting in August and will be able to take some behind the scenes tours with Disney World performers. Can the rest of our family arrange for behind the scene tours as well?
- Asked by MARILEE from IL on 1/5/2009
How fun for your daughter to tour with the performers. Yes, there are many different tours and programs offered at Disney World. The tours are a great opportunity for a curious guest to take a peek behind some of the magic and see how... read more
Hi MUMS! We are coming to WDW in OCT 09 and want to take the Keys to The Kingdom Tour. How far in advace do we need to book? How do we book from the UK? Also i have heard and seen pictures of a pin included ... is this true? General info? Thanks..you ROCK!
- Asked by Jason from Hampshire on 12/22/2008
October is a great time to visit Walt Disney World as the Halloween and fall decorations are up and depending on when you arrive, the Food and Wine Festival will be going on at Epcot.
I just took the Keys to the Kingdom tour this... read more
I am going to be athe WDW form June 14-20. I was wondering if there were some free or cheap tours that a family of 5 can take?? I want to make this a vaction to remember!!
- Asked by Jessica from TX on 12/23/2008
There are only a few WDW tours that allow under 16 year-olds, but I'll share two kid-friendly tours that might be of interest...
One is the Family Magic Tour at the Magic Kingdom. It costs $27 (subject to change) per person (park admission park... read more
If I take the Backstage Safari tour at AK & you must arrive by 8:15am & the resort buses don't start running until 8am; how will I get to AK on time? I will not have a car. What other options do I have?
- Asked by THERESA from PA on 12/22/2008
I understand your concern, but rest assured that Disney will get you where you need to be. Just stop by the concierge desk in your resort lobby, and the cast members there will be happy to help you.
I can't can't say for sure what... read more
I am planning a trip in January and on our last trip in May we saw people riding in epcot on these scooter looking things, but you stand up. It looked like a tour or something in the FW. Where can I find info on what they are? My DH wants to try it.
- Asked by GLENDA from TN on 11/10/2008
What you saw in Epcot (and perhaps in Fort Wilderness too?) are the Segway tours. Click on either of the links below for more information on the two different Segway tours offered at WDW...
- Click HERE to find more info about the "Around the... read more