For this week’s Limited Time Magic event at Walt Disney World, Disney is once again offering special tours. During this tour, called A Walk in the Park, guests will be able to partake in a walk through the Magic Kingdom with none other than the Vice President of the Magic Kingdom himself, Phil Holmes.
This unique tour is scheduled for:
- Monday, December 9
- Tuesday, December 10
- Wednesday, December 11
- Wednesday, December 18
- Friday, December 20
Check in will begin at 7 a.m. and the tour will begin at 7:45 a.m. The tour is scheduled to last one hour and will have attendees learning about how the park still gains it’s inspiration from Walt Disney. There will be 25 guests selected each day.
Guests will have until 2:59 p.m. today (December 6) to sign up for a chance to win a slot into this event. For the tour, valid ID will be required at check-in, and each participant must be a US resident – at least 18 years old. Park admission will be provided, and no guests will be allowed. Selected participants will be assigned a tour date and time with no changes or substitutions allowed.
For more information or to sign up for the tour, please visit the Disney Parks Blog.
For those who choose to try to sign up, best of luck to you!
Over at Disneyland Resort, from December 9 – 15, guests are invited to come train and learn how to be one of Santa’s elves.
Here, guests will head over to the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail at Disney California Adventure. This area, found in Grizzly Peak, has become a new training ground for new recruits to join the team of Santa’s highly skilled elves. Guests are asked to take part in challenging tasks like the Jingle Bell Bridge, Stocking Stuffers and Present Tracking. They will also be able to get obtain an official elf name, learn the secret Elf Handshake, as well as take a photo flying in Santa’s sleigh!
Also at Disneyland, they are also offering a special tour. Here guests will be invited to tour Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure with an Imagineer. Guests will be able to learn about many of the area’s details, from the architecture, to the interior design, to the background music, to the Red Car Trolley. All of the pieces that help to bring the story of Walt Disney’s early years in California to life.
This tour will take place from December 9 – 13 and each day will include a group of 25 participants. Guests will have until 2:59 p.m. PST to enter. The same rules as listed above apply. To sign up for your chance to take part in this tour, visit the Disney Parks Blog.