For next week’s Limited Time Magic, guests will have the opportunity to sign up for two tours, one on each coast, that will offer behind the scenes looks at some of the Disney magic. This is the kick off to a new series of tours that will be part of Limited Time Magic.
At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, each morning select guests will get to go on a special walking tour of The Great Movie Ride before the park opens. Here, they will learn about the attraction, as well as history about the park itself. Once the tour has concluded, tour guests will be the first to ride the attraction that morning.
The tours are limited to 25 participants each day, and only five tours will be given total. Guests will have until 8:30 p.m. EDT tonight (September 13) to enter. One thing to note is that guests will NOT be able to select which tour they attend if they are chosen to participate.
At Disneyland, the tour will consist of an opportunity to join Disneyland Resort Ambassadors each morning to celebrate the heritage of the prestigious program, as well as Disneyland park attractions and Imagineering innovations, including the integral role the 1964-1965 World’s Fair. The tour will include visits to Main Street, U.S.A., the Opera House, Innoventions, and “it’s a small world.” Guests will get to hear how Walt’s involvement at the World’s Fair inspired technology that still exists in famous attractions that are found in the parks today.
Disneyland participants may register until 5:30 p.m. PDT tonight (September 13) for the chance to attend one of the five tours. Like the Walt Disney World version, there will be 25 participants per tour. The tour will last one hour. Guests will NOT get to choose which day they participate in the tour if selected.
For both tours, valid ID will be required at check-in, and each participant must be a US resident and at least 18 years old. Park admission will be provided, and no guests will be allowed.
For more information or to sign up for either tour, please visit the Disney Parks Blog.
For those who choose to try to sign up for these tours, best of luck to you!