Magic Kingdom Extras You Don’t Want To Miss – Disney’s Family Magic Tour

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Ever want to be a hero? Find the clues, solve the mystery and save the day? Disney’s Family Magic Tour will let you do just that, with this guided scavenger hunt you help defeat a dastardly villain and save the Magic Kingdom.

Put on your Detective Hat !

Solve perplexing riddles on this high-energy interactive quest. You never know whom you might meet along the way!



Follow your map and your guide as hop, skip and even sing your way around the Magic Kingdom Park searching high and low for each piece of the puzzle to solve the mystery and defeat the scoundrel.

Be sure to bring your camera to capture memorable surprises as you and your group wind your way down Main Street, U.S.A., across Liberty Square, and through Tomorrowland and Fantasyland.

Know Before You Go

  • Children and the young at heart will enjoy this fanciful adventure, though it is best suited for Guests 4 to 10 years of age. Guests 16 years of age and under must be accompanied by a paying adult (18 years of age or older).
  • Please note that the tour involves a lot of outdoor walking for approximately 2 hours, so be sure to check the weather forecast and dress appropriately, including wearing comfortable shoes. Accordingly, the tour may be too strenuous for some of our younger Guests.
  • Please check in at the Chamber of Commerce building adjacent to City Hall 15 minutes prior to your experience. You will forfeit the entire price of your tour if you no-show or cancel within 2 days of your reservation.
  • Same-day bookings are available on a walk-up basis only.
  • Price is $34.00 for adult

I would love to try this when our youngest is a little bit older. Have you ever done it? What did you think? Join us next time as continue around the Magic Kingdom and explore all the “extras” it has to offer.

Let me book your your chance to save Magic Kingdom from a Villain or any of the other tours and events we have talked about on your next vacation.  At DIF we offer personalized travel planning, lots of extras and the first Mickey Mouse Ice Cream is on me to help make your trip even more magical.

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  • fletch

    We went on this in June 2012 with our then 7 year old and he loved it! He asked to do it again when we go back this summer. It’s more of a scavenger hunt than a tour but it is fun. We got to get in the fastpass line of at least one ride, sorry can’t remember if it was one or two rides. At the end there’s a surprise character meet and greet and it really surprised my son, it was great interaction from the character. I don’t wanna give away too much but it is worth it if you have a child that likes this sort of thing.

  • cfisher

    We always wanted to do this as pass holders, but have not. Not sure it was worth the money either. May wait until they are older to do the big Keys to the Kingdom one.

  • Scotty P

    I really would have liked if you went into more detail about what it is and what sort of things it includes. From just reading this it sounds to me like a waste of two hours you could spend enjoying the actual park.