New “Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour” Introduced at the Magic Kingdom

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Today, Disney introduced a brand new tour designed to provide guests with a chance to see all of the quintessential Magic Kingdom Park experiences and attractions–the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour.

The four-hour tour is led by Disney VIP Tour Guides, so you can enjoy many of the most beloved Magic Kingdom Park attractions carefree.

During the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour, you’ll be able to experience up to 10 of the most beloved Magic Kingdom Park attractions, including everything from Adventureland must-dos Pirates of the Caribbean and the Jungle Cruise to Fantasyland favorites such as Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, “it’s a small world,” Peter Pan’s Flight, and more attractions throughout the park.

As part of the tour, guests can also meet Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theater on Main Street.

This tour does not include any attractions with height restrictions, so it is good for any age. If you’re looking for the perfect introduction to the most Magical Place on Earth, or want to experience the classic Magic Kingdom attractions, this is probably the tour for you.

The Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour ($199 plus tax)* is offered Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and is subject to availability. Call 407-560-4033 to book your tour.

*Magic Kingdom Park admission is required and is not included with the cost of the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour.

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  • OK am I mistaken or is this called “FastPass”? Let’s see 3 fastpasses, #1 Peter Pan, there is always a line, #2 Jungle Cruise (if you are not there early there can be a wait so we will use that, and last #3 Under the Sea Journey of the Little Mermaid (Only because all the people that fastpassed Seven Dwarfs Mine Train need something to do until their time comes up.) Now onto the no fastpass rides. Small World, when is the wait over 10 minutes? 187 boats going continuously. Dumbo ? Hello? they put two of them side by side and you can play in a ball pit until your turn, unless some kid barfs and then there is the “clean up in Dumbo 7 issue”, Pirates of the Caribbean, early morning it’s a walk on. It’s those “and more attractions throughout the park” that tease me. Well It’s not anything with a height restriction so that leaves, Aladdin? No, it’s Dumbo on a carpet, Tea Cups? No, I don’t like spinning, Hall of Presidents? No, too long we only have 4 hours, Buzz Lightyears Space Ranger Spin, this is Intriguing. Tom Sawyer Island, this is Disney, why do they still have this attraction, “hey kids time to get on the raft and go run around in the woods”, time to put a ride on that island.(Can you call the woods an attraction?) Carrousel, again intriguing, no not really just joking. OH OH OH the Steam Train! um sorry The Disney World Railroad, Yeah! we are in the ultimate fantasy word and we get to ride buy fake Indian statues and they are not even anomatronical. Astro Orbiter, no, too high, THE PEOPLE MOVER, that’s it! I’m in! Oh wait there is no waiting for that EVER!
    Tomorrowland Speedway, YES this does it, only It has to be first as I like standing in the sun for 20 minutes and then when we get close I can smell all the gas mower exhaust that the cars give off, this is a positive as it will get me a buzz as little Johnny and Dad behind me, who thinks he is really steering and rams into me 17 times as we go around, of course he is only bumping into me because I’m behind Mikey who doesn’t know how to power the car and his Dad is taking pictures instead of stepping on the gas pedal.

    I blame Steve Jobs widow for this, could it be her lack of faith in the company (selling all that stock) that is panicking the corporate pinheads?

  • So, for not a whole lot more on a party of 6, why would anyone not go with the private VIP tour guide option? It’s only $400 per hour, and you can do what you want, vs this menu.

  • As much as I love Disney this is not worth the price unless it included the difficult to get on rides with height requirements and a sit down meal or even a quick service of your choice. Oh and let’s also throw in a small souvenir for the kiddos!

  • For $200 a piece I’d do it. Pirates, jungle cruise, Peter pan, VOTLM, dumbo, haunted mansion, small world, buzz, Winnie the pooh, and one more, that’s alot of rides in a short amount of time. That frees up my 3 fast passes for big thunder, splash, SDMT, and space mountain. I feel my time is worth the amount. I’m sure there is more to the tour then just let’s ride the rides. My home park is Cedar Point and it is not uncommon to wait 4 hours for just one coaster, if I could ride 10 of them in 4 hours for an extra, $200 everyone would do it, but even the fast passes there get an hour and a half wait. Sounds good to me.

  • For parents who have young children who nap, this is worth it, not to have overtired screaming kids, since MK is where you spend most of your time with them. You can use fast pass to space out the rest of time spent in MK.

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