Best Disney World Tour?
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Any suggestions on which one is better?
From Tim W
Posted October 19, 2011 at 2:58 PM
Our upcoming trip to Disney World has got us in the early planning stages. One thing that we want to plan this year is a tour within one of the parks. The only two we have done at WDW is the Mickey's Magical Milestones tour which isn't around anymore. We have been looking at the 4 hour Keys to the Kingdom Tour in MK or the Backstage Magic Tour. Any suggestions on which one is better and why would be greatly appreciated.
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We haven't done any tours around the Magic Kingdom, but we did do the Dolphins in Depth at Epcot. I highly recommend this to anyone who not only would like to be with the dolphins, but you also go to all the behind the scenes areas of the Living Seas. Plus you get into the Living Seas. It was just amazing and beautiful.
I know you might not be a homeschooler but homeschool days at wdw are amazing the one in MGM they take you behind the scenes on tower of terror and star tours and many others
From Crystal A
Posted October 20, 2011 at 8:38 AM
We did the Keys to the Kingdom Tour about 4 years ago and it was one of the best experiences we have ever had at Disney. We go to the parks often and are always looking for new things to do to keep it fresh. I would love to do the Backstage Magic 7 hour tour or one of the Holiday Tours.
The "Around the World on a Segway" Tour is a lot of fun. It's also pretty affordable compared to the "big" tours like Keys to the Kingdom and Backstage Magic.
From Tim W
Posted October 22, 2011 at 4:43 PM
Any more suggestions like what are the pros/cons of eachof the tours? Or which one you enjoyed more?
I have done the Backstage Magic tour twice, in 2008 and 2009. I would highly recommend it.
You go backstage of DHS, MK, and EPCOT. Its longer, but much more in depth.
Also the Utilidoors in MK are exciting for about 10 minutes. The one downside of Backstage Magic is no rides :(
From Tim W
Posted October 27, 2011 at 1:38 PM
Thanks Anthony! I've been reading some other sites about the difference between the two. I've heard the lack of rides, the food, and the travel makes Backstage Magic less appealing. I've seens better things said about the Keys to the Kingdom tour, however I generally would respect insight on this site more so than others.
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