New “World of Dreams” $12,000 Tour Being Offered at Walt Disney World, Offers Cinderella Castle Suite Access and More

A new VIP tour called “World of Dreams” is being offered at Walt Disney World. The tour costs $12,000 for up to six guests and is 12 hours long. Two tour guides will conduct each tour.

I’m sure you’re asking what could possibly be included on a tour so expensive. Well, the answer is pretty much whatever you want, for the most part. Here’s a breakdown:

  • Backstage access and transportation
  • Front of the line attraction access
  • A tour of the Cinderella Castle Dream Suite
  • Exclusive nighttime spectacular viewing spaces
  • All meals included (3 a day, with select “alcohol”)
  • Access to any restaurant at Walt Disney World (no normal reservations needed)
  • and many more possibilities based on guest request

If you do the tour for one day at $12,000, each additional day is *only* $10,000. The “World of Dreams” tour is available to book now, but requires booking a week in advance to set up all of the more special opportunities.

So, who’s going on the “World of Dreams” tour?

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Tim
Tim
1 year ago

Only 10k for each additional day?!? Sold!

Robot Bob Chapeck
Robot Bob Chapeck
1 year ago

This is a excellent deal for our customers and our best idea since the Tomorrowland cabanas.

Edmund
Edmund
1 year ago

I’m surprised it doesn’t include a night’s stay in the Cinderella Suite.

Molly
1 year ago

For that much money you ought to get to stay in the castle suite.

ScroogeMcDuck
ScroogeMcDuck
1 year ago

LOL

Ken
Ken
1 year ago

It would only be worth it if they included an overnight stay in the Dream Suite.

Heather
Heather
1 year ago

It’s not that much more expensive than a normal trip tho :D

C
C
1 year ago

I could see this being appealing (to very wealthy people) if you could STAY in the suite..but just a tour?

Billy
Billy
1 year ago

Try it out for us Tom and let us know how you like it… :-)

bla
bla
1 year ago

only millionaires and other lottery winners,
No one who works to get money would spend 12000 for one day of fun at disney world

Lane Lundeby
Lane Lundeby
1 year ago

Cool, if you have the cash…

Given how much they have been sending targeted ads about the VIP service I knew it wouldn’t be long before they stepped up the offerings. My expectations are as the park expands we will see more and more of this. Hopefully they limit these types of offerings and don’t turn the park into and exclusive club (Sarcasm)

Gene
Gene
1 year ago

$2000 per person a day for a family of 6 to do whatever you want whenever you want? Actually doesn’t sound like much more than regular admission and food price…

Michael Avant
Michael Avant
1 year ago

For that kind of money, it should include a stay in the castle suite, not just a tour

Tb
Tb
1 year ago

I know this won’t be a popular opinion, but considering this breaks down to 2k per person if 6 split it, it’s not a terrible proposition for a group of 6, adult, huge fans of the park. Knock off a few bucket list items, get front of the line passes for the day, and get your meals paid for 2k. I know it’s not affordable for most but I get where Disney is coming from with this idea.

LuAnne
LuAnne
1 year ago
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I agree with you, $2,000 each and you get access to all the restaurants so of course you’re going to hit up the Best of the Best and alcohol is offered too. Could probably turn out to be a great time. LoL when I when I win the Lottery

Jeff Heath
Jeff Heath
1 year ago

I’m going to wait until after you do it Tom. That way you can tell me if it was worth it! (LOL) :) On the serious side though, I did expect to read that you would be able to spend the night in the castle and not just merely tour it. Oh well…

Robert Wertz
Robert Wertz
1 year ago

I have been going since opening day 1971. I have stopped going as of 4 years ago. I Cancelled all our passes and said enough is enough. Walt Disney World has become an exclusive Club for rich people. A real shame.

Jose
Jose
1 year ago

*sigh*

Ken Munroe
Ken Munroe
1 year ago

Wow, Disney has been accused of now catering to the upper class foregoing their middle class base. This World of Dreams tour may be making that case.

Mollyscribbles
Mollyscribbles
1 year ago

*adds to list of things to do if I win the lottery*

Lauren
Lauren
1 year ago

You’ve got to give it to Disney. Catering to the wealthy who have money to burn is an art form for them.