[QUOTE=Mickeybug;1064133]what is the price range per person on these?[/QUOTE]
This will be the third time I’ve done a Grand Gathering (the fireworks voyage on Bay Lake with Captain Hook to watch the fireworks over the castle and electric water pagent are now available to anyone i think), and every time I used my dining plan to pay for it. They do require 2 table service credits. If you pay out of pocket this is an excerpt from allears. Hope it helps.
“Safari Celebration Dinner” – You’ll gather in the exotic African coastal city of Harambe at Disney’s Animal Kingdom for high adventure on Kilimanjaro Safaris. Your group will journey through the park’s authentic jungles and across the sweeping, baobab-studded savannah as you spot giraffes, elephants and other wild African creatures. The experience continues at Harambe’s Tusker House Restaurant for an African-inspired dinner, Disney character appearances, “up-close” animal experiences and live entertainment. Ages 10 and older, $59.99; ages 3-9, $19.99.
“International Dinner and IllumiNations Dessert Reception” – There’s no need to jet around the globe to experience dining around the world. At Epcot, international culinary favorites are on the menu for adventurous groups looking for a storybook ending to their day. Children can join in the dinner’s special storytelling experience, which is punctuated with a surprise character appearance. A special viewing area is reserved for the evening finale, the nighttime Epcot spectacular “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.” Ages 10 and older, $59.99; ages 3-9, $19.99.
“Good Morning Gatherings” – Breakfast with famous Disney characters enters a whole new dimension with this new group gathering served up with plenty of morning merriment at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant in Magic Kingdom. Your group will not only meet favorite characters but will participate in song-and-dance numbers. Mickey Mouse makes a one-on-one appearance with each guest for photo sessions. Ages 10 and older, $39.99; ages 3-9, $19.99. (Price includes 6.5% tax and 18% gratuity.) Guests will be invited to experience Mickey’s PhilharMagic, with reserved seating at the very next show after their breakfast.
Grand Gatherings groups must include eight paying guests – ages 3 and above – staying at a Walt Disney World hotel. And, of course, there is no additional charge for children under 3 years of age.