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Long-Delayed Taste of the Magic Kingdom Tour Now Available for Booking

Over a year ago, we told you that the Magic Kingdom was adding a “Taste of the Magic Kingdom” VIP Tour. Finally, the offering is available to book for dates starting February 24th, 2019.


Here’s how Disney describes the offering:

Discover how food memories are made as you taste your way through the kitchens of Magic Kingdom park. Remember the first time you tried the Dole Whip? Or maybe you eat a turkey leg every time you come to the park? Food is an essential part of the Walt Disney World vacation experience.

On this brand-new, 3-hour experience, you’ll:

Uncover the Magic Behind the Meals
Hear stories from the brilliant chefs and dedicated Cast Members that bring creative and delicious meals to life each day at Magic Kingdom park. From the rich food history of Disney parks to the “Imagineering” of new menu items, you’ll be immersed in culinary magic!

Go Behind-the-Scenes
Enjoy unprecedented access to backstage kitchens and working areas that have never before been shared with Guests. See what goes into the production of serving millions of Guests each year and interact with the creative experts behind these memorable meal experiences.

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Delight in Delicious Tastings
Along the way, tuck into curated tastings of some of the most beloved menu items at Magic Kingdom park. Be sure to bring an appetite—an incredible assortment of sweet and savory flavors awaits!

Taste the Future
Help Disney culinary artists create the next generation of Magic Kingdom park food by sampling an item that is still in development.

VIP Treatment
You can relax and savor the experience because your VIP Guides will take care of everything.

Price: $99 per person, plus tax (valid admission is required for each park and not included in the price of this experience)

Dates: This experience is currently offered on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

Reservations: Book online – or call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463

  1. Wow, If I were to select a park for that tour, the MK would be last on my list.
    Have never been a fan of their food. I do like the braised pork at BOG, but other than that, I’ll head over to the Grand Floridian Cafe for lunch. IMHO, their Cobb rivals the one at the Derby.
    Epcot would be my first choice. Especially when Chef Jens was running that show. … which he isn’t anymore 8(

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