With the DVC discount we think we want to do a tour this time in WDW. My husband has never done one but I was lucky enough to go into the “utilidors” when I was younger and he’s dying to.
Tell me about both of them. Has anyone done either of these? Is the 7 hour one really worth it? Here are the descriptions, which would you think would be better for two adults?
The amount of time and difference in $ really doesn’t matter, we would just rather do whichever tour we’d get more out of.
:mickey: Keys to the Kingdom($46.40pp WITH discount)
Receive a 20% discount on this four-and-a-half-hour walking tour that is a fascinating journey “backstage” and around the Theme Park. Discover the history of the Magic Kingdom Park and enjoy the unique opportunity to step down into the “Utilidor” that runs underneath it. Theme Park admission is not included, but is required. Offered daily at 8:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. for ages 16 and older. This program is subject to change without notice and is based on availability.
:mickey: Backstage Magic Tour($169.15pp WITH discount)
Receive a 15% discount on this amazing seven-hour adventure that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Walt Disney World Resort to discover what it takes to create and maintain the magic every day. See how the attractions operate at The American Adventure, part of the World Showcase at Epcot. Enjoy lunch at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano and visit the cosmetology and costuming buildings at the Disney-MGM Studios. Tour the “Utilidor” — the tunnel that runs underneath the Magic Kingdom Park — and visit the central shops where repair work is done, and the Holiday Center, where holiday props and scenery are stored. Theme Park admission is not required for the tour, but is required for admission to any Theme Park before or after the tour. Offered Mondays through Fridays for ages 16 and older, starting at Epcot. Times vary depending on Theme Park operating hours.