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VIP Tour Services

If you're willing to pony up the minimum of $750 for this tour you'll get to tour the park like low-level royalty. The tour guide can't get you out of standing in line but they can make sure you get around the park efficiently and provide plenty of history and information along the way. Tour guides will also help you get good seating for shows and parades and can assist with last minute priority seating arrangements at restaurants.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Making reservations: Reservations for this tour can be by calling Disney Special Activities at (714) 300-7710. Note that this is a different phone number than for other tours. Reservations can be made up to 90 days in advance and at least 72 hours is recommended to ensure availability.
  • Price: To reserve the tour for a group of up to 10 participants is $125 per hour, with a minimum of six hours. The rate is $150 per hour if reservation is made fewer than 48 hours in advance.
  • Discounts: No discounts are offered.
  • Admission: Separate theme park admission is required for all participants.
  • Transportation: The entire tour is on foot. Participants must transport themselves to and from the park.
  • Rain Policy: Tours are generally held rain or shine.
  • Photography Policy: Photography is allowed without restriction as tour remains in generally accessible public areas at all times.
  • After the tour: Tour guide can make priority seating arrangements for some restaurants and shows.
 
Time Commitment Information - Hide Section
  • Tour length: Minimum of six hours up, more can be reserved, not to extend beyond park hours.
  • Day and Time: This tour is available on any day and at any time during park hours.
  • Basic Itinerary: The tour guide will put together an itinerary based on the participants' preferences, including getting VIP seating for shows and parades and making priority seating arrangements. No special access is provided to shows and rides and the group will still need to wait in lines.
Access Information - Hide Section
  • Access issues: All of the access issues that are experienced in the park(s) normally may be encountered on this tour. The tour guide can help to plan around any limitations and make sure all access aids are used.
  • Walking required: This tour is just an assisted day at the park(s) so the amount of walking is up to the participants.
Parenting Information - Hide Section
  • Age restrictions: There are no age restrictions for the tour.
  • Other issues: Keep in mind that children count towards the limit of 10 people per group. The tour guide will be most helpful in making sure character experiences are maximized if that is a goal of your group.
Reader Reviews - Hide Section

The following are recent reviews for VIP Tour Services from our Reader Review system. Click the Show All Reviews link to see every review for this location. To browse all reviews in the system, please see this page.


Average Reviewer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Number of VIP Tour Services Reviews: 1
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   February 2008
Reviewer: RockDoc07 New York     July 08, 2009
My Uncle surprised us all on our trip with a booking of the VIP Tour services. We were to meet our "Plaid" Andy early in the morning for our "tour" I must first point out that this really isn't much of a tour but rather a sort of concierge service of sorts, at least that's how it was for us. Andy walked around with us and first got to know all of us a little bit better. We ranged in the group from my mid 50s parents, my mid 40s aunt and uncle, DW and myself in our mid 20s, and my two cousins, 10 and 7. So Andy did a great job playing to everyone's interests. He was great with the kids and just really wanted to know what we liked. Did we want to go on all the E tickets, did we want to stroll, or what. The kids are fearless and the very first thing we did was Bee Line it to Space Mountain. I must also mention that we bypassed the ENTIRE line waiting to enter the park through a separate entrance. It was made very clear to us that Andy was not a "front of the line" ticket, but he did help us jump a lot of the line most of the time. My mother doesn't go on many "big" rides and so a lot of the time he was just hanging out with her, and sometimes my father too. He would tell them fun facts and was just really cool. He found out that DW and I are big Disney folks, so he even stepped it up a notch and tried to stump us with some Disney Trivia and even taught us a few things! He got us PS day of at a restaurant we wanted, and then while we ate he asked us what our plans were and what atractions we would hit in the afternoon. He left while we ate and returned at the end of our meal to sign off with us with fast passes for every attraction we mentioned for the rest of the day. Is this service worth it? Maybe/maybe not, but it was fun, and we had a great time goofing around with Andy all morning.
 
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