My 2 children and I are going to the Behind the Seeds tour in Epcot on our next trip in April, this is the first tour we are taking and I wondering if we are to tip our tour guide?
- Asked by Megan on 3/13/2009
My husband and I just took this informative tour a few weeks ago. It was so interesting and fun that we can't wait to take our boys back and do it again. Your kids will love some of the cool facts and up close views of the plants,... read more
Trying to decide btwn Keys to the Kingdom & Massage at GF, or the Backstage Magic Tour only. Been to Disney 15 times in my life, would love to work there eventually...which tour is more interesting and has more little known facts. Thanks in advance!
- Asked by Nanette on 2/24/2009
My choice would be the Backstage Magic tour. While a Grand Floridian massage is wonderful, you can get a massage anywhere. You can only get the backstage Disney details at WDW, so why not capitalize on that. The Keys to the Kingdom tour is... read more
My daughter will turn 8 in June. She wants to go to Animal Kingdom. This will be her umpteenth time there.For her birthday she wants to do an upclose tour. Do you know why the age requirement is 14 or 16 for them ?
- Asked by Tammy from TN on 2/18/2009
I understand your question. My 9-year-old daughter wants to be an Imagineer when she grows up -- mommy approves :-) -- she is well behaved and would LOVE the inside information available on some of the backstage tours. So why does she have to wait... read more
I am considering a "Keys to the Kingdom Tour" and was wondering where you eat lunch and can you pick the rides that you go on? Also, do you actually go in the tunnels?
- Asked by Sherry on 2/24/2009
I can't find enough words to describe how much I enjoy the Keys to the Kingdom Tour at Magic Kingdom. There are typically three tours a day, that last around five to six hours. Lunch is usually served at Columbia Harbour House. Upon... read more
Hi, 1st time to WDW with DH, DS 6, DD 5&3. We have 7 day park ticket with no hooper or water park option. Please give us suggestions as to how many days at each park. Thanks! PS: I love this panel.
- Asked by Amma from VA on 2/21/2009
With young kids and seven days, you have enough time to experience the best of all the Disney parks. As a start, I would assume that you're going to spend at least two days at the Magic Kingdom and one day each at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Animal... read more