Hi moms and dad. I am coming WDW in nov. Will have 1 girl age 6 and 2 grandparents. Was wondering about Disney family magic tour. Is it fun for all ages? What days and times is it? and how long does it last. thankyou
- Asked by BILLIE from KY on 5/16/2008
Hi -I have taken the Family Magic Tour twice and had a great time. This is a two and a half hour trek through the Magic Kingdom that takes the form of a scavenger hunt. Dates and times of the tour can vary, but generally it is offered... read more
My husband , 13 year old daughter and I will be going on the behind the scenes tours in epcot when we go in May, my ? is do they allow cameras or camcorders on this tour.
- Asked by cicely from PA on 4/30/2008
Without knowing specifically which tour you're going on, it's a bit difficult to answer your question. In fact, the part about your 13 year old daughter confuses me. Any tour that's truly "behind the scenes" will have an age requirement of at least... read more
We live in the UK, and this year we would like to take a tour. We have heard about the "Magical Milestones" tour and the "Keys to the Kingdom" tour. Could you tell us a bit about them both, and which one you would go for?
- Asked by Anthony from Hampshire on 4/27/2008
The Mickey's Magical Milestones and Keys to the Kingdom tours are very different. Magical Milestones is a two-hour tour that takes place in the public areas of the MK. Your guide will take you to areas of the park that illustrate the history of the... read more
In our upcoming Sept. vacation we are taking the Keys to the Kingdom tour. Since we can't take our cameras, what can we do about having our cameras for later without going back to our resort to pick them up? Can we rent a locker before the tour?
- Asked by Claudie from TX on 4/11/2008
I took the Backstage Magic tour in January. This is similar to the Keys to the Kingdom tour in that you are escorted into behind the scenes "backstage" areas of the parks. I was told (both by the reservationist and by my tour guide) that I... read more
We are visiting WDW May 25-29 and staying at the Yacht club. We are going to take to key to the Kingdom Tour. Do we need to make reservations ahead or can we wait till we get there to sign up. We are unsure of what parks we are going to one each day
- Asked by cynthia from NY on 4/8/2008
This is an extremely popular tour that is often filled months in advance. If you want to take this tour, you really must call 407-WDW-TOUR now to reserve it. The Keys to the Kingdom tour lasts about five hours and is only available for guests ages... read more