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  • [Question] Keys To The Kingdom?

    Just been looking online on the Disney site and wondering if anyone has done the Keys To The Kingdom tour and if you would recommend it?




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    Re: Keys To The Kingdom?

    If you want magic ruined for you, take one of WDW's backstage tours and see what things look like behind the gates. Otherwise, as a member of the online disney community you probably know most of the stuff they were gonna tell you.

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    • #3
      Re: Keys To The Kingdom?

      I went on the tour back in 99 so I don't know if its he same or not. Back the we got t as a magic kingdom club freebe.

      I thought it was great we went in the VIP entrance to the haunted mansion and viewed some of the utilitor tunnels amongst other things. The whole thing took about 3-4 hrs from memory.

      I'd reccomend it to anyone interested in Disney, but less Interested people may find parts a bit dull

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        Re: Keys To The Kingdom?

        My parents went on it for their anniversary a little over a year ago, they loved it. They found out some things they didn't know, but also were told a lot of things they did know. They went kind of into the utilidor tunnels, not as far in as they wanted but they still got to see them. They went in special entrances on POTC and HM. They rode the train. And went and saw the Spectromagic floats. They ate lunch at the Harbor House. They loved it and we're going in December and I'm thinking of taking my sister on it on her 16th birthday since she'll finally be old enough to do it
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          Re: Keys To The Kingdom?

          I enjoyed it. If you're a hardcore fan most of the information won't be new to you, but seeing all the behind-the-scenes stuff was worthwhile. To get the most of it, try coming armed with some interesting questions.

          The other tour I've done and enjoyed was Behind the Seeds at Epcot. It's shorter (about an hour) and cheaper, and is a nice alterative for those wanting a little bit of backstage magic without spending as much time or money as some of the bigger tours.
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            Re: Keys To The Kingdom?

            I agree with the others. You may know a lot of the information but I went to go see the Utilidors. The tour was cool and there were stories that I hadn't heard before. I'd say worth the time.

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