Walt Disney World is known for creating magical experiences. Even the most die-hard Disney fanatics (including yours truly) know that a vacation to the House of Mouse isn’t easy on the wallet. In fact, many families save for years just to go on a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Still, there are those people who adore Walt Disney World where money is no object. And, the resort knows how to cater to those people with touches of extra magic that only a lot of dollars can buy. Which leads to the resort’s latest announcement of a new VIP experience called the World of Dreams tour.
VIP tours at Walt Disney World are nothing new, with a typical 7-hour day guided experience costing between $2,975 and $4,375 for parties up to 10 people. However, the newest tour takes the VIP experience to a new level — including its price tag. With the World of Dreams tour’s price tag ringing up at $12,000, you may wonder what you get for that kind of money.
The World of Dreams tour accommodates up to six people for up to 12 hours in a single day. VIP guests get to fully customize their day across the entire resort, including all four theme parks, restaurants and more. The big selling point of this VIP experience is a tour of the Cinderella Castle Suite in the Magic Kingdom. Access to this restricted area is rare and typically reserved for contest winners or A-list celebrities. So, for many Disney fans with money to burn, that may seal the deal.
Other highlights of the World of Dreams tour could include:
- Front of line attraction access (yes, you get to cut in line!)
- Backstage access at all theme parks
- Special transportation
- Special viewing locations of theme park nighttime spectaculars
- Three meals for the day, including select alcoholic beverages
- Access to any restaurant on Walt Disney World property, no reservations required
How the World of Dreams tour goes is entirely up to the guests. And, if one day of this tour isn’t enough, VIPs can add on additional days for “only” $10,000 a day.
Guests can book the World of Dreams VIP tour by calling Walt Disney World reservations at (407) 560-4033. The reservations must be made at least a week in advance to set up tour activity requests.