Walt Disney World Introduces New Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour
Do you love the classic Magic Kingdom attractions? Is no trip complete without riding Peter Pan’s Flight, Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, and more? Well, now there is a new tour to help you with that fete.
Guests now have the option to purchase the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour. During the four hour tour, Guests will be able to experience up to 10 of the most beloved Magic Kingdom attractions. This includes Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise,Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, “it’s a small world,” Peter Pan’s Flight, meeting Mickey Mouse, and more attractions throughout the park. This tour is especially great for families with small kids since all of the attractions you will visit won’t have any height requirements.
The Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour costs $199 plus tax. In addition, Magic Kingdom admission is required and is not included with the cost of the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour. Tours are offered on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays and begin at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
To book this tour, call (407) WDW-PLAY.
8 thoughts on “Walt Disney World Introduces New Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour”
– Under the Sea immediately stands out as an odd inclusion
– Have they said anything about what added value the tour guides will provide?
– I’ve got a sinking feeling this is a prelude to paying for FP+
I’d want to know if you hear a little history on the attractions.
Great place to see all these locations with small
Some kids do not like to waite in line
Agree – Little Mermaid as a “classic” is a bit of a stretch.
Under the Sea may be included in tour because it’s built in the area of 20,000 leagues of the sea, which was a classic. They may offer some history about that.
I think this tour cost should include the Disney reservations at your choice of restaurants on site, for lunch, when the tour is over
So The Unofficial Guide book/Touring Plans website saves me at least $199 (plus tax!) every time I wisely follow the advice offered for planning my day at the Magic Kingdom.
Shhh! Don’t tell Len Testa!
I’ve always thought the book and website were underpriced for the value offered.
Why would anyone use this at 8:30am? Most of these would be walk-ons first thing in the morning. The 1:30 time slot would be much more advantageous.