One of our favorite ways to get more from a day at the Walt Disney World Resort is to book a show dining package. This allows you to get reserved seating for one of the resort's theme park shows without having to make a Fastpass+ reservation for it, while also taking care of a dining reservation. It's a two-for-one deal that can make sense... if it's the right combination of show and restaurant for you and your family.
Disney World's latest offering is a Festival of the Lion King dining package at Tiffins, the two-time winner of our Theme Park Insider Award for the world's best theme park restaurant. Festival of the Lion King also is a former Theme Park Insider Award winner, so this should be a solid combo for many readers.
And Disney is offering a "three-fer" deal with this package, too, including an option for a safari tour along with the reserved show seating and the Tiffins meal.
The Festival of the Lion King dining package is $74-99 for adults and $29-49 for kids ages 3-9, with the higher price for packages that include the safari. Both packages include priority reserved seating at a showing of Festival of the Lion King in Disney's Animal Kingdom. The meals are a three-course lunch or dinner at Tiffins and include a choice of appetizer, entree, and dessert, as well as wine, beer, or non-alcoholic beverage.
The safari tour is through the park's African outback. "Escorted by a special guide, you’ll ride through rugged terrain to see some of the world’s most exotic animals in their unique habitats," the park's press release said.
Reservations open tomorrow (August 2) via +1-407-939-3463 and can be made for dining times starting August 13 through November 21, 2018.
Other show dining packages at Walt Disney World include a Rivers of Light dining package, also at Tiffins as well as at Tusker House Restaurant, a Fantasmic! dining package at The Hollywood Brown Derby, Hollywood & Vine, and Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Festival of Fantasy parade dining package at Tony's Town Square Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom.Tweet
This article has been archived and is no longer accepting comments.
Walt Disney World