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  • Erica Meier Barthel

    My husband and I took this tour a few years ago and loved it. We felt it was well worth the cost of our time and money. Our tour lasted 4 hours. Since that time we have taken the Backstage Magic and Wild Africa Trek tours. The Keys to the Kingdom tour is still our favorite :)

  • Savannah

    The cost is $74 per person, along with theme park admission; and yes, you have to be 16 years and older. You may want to check out the Family Magic Tour, which also takes place in the Magic Kingdom, and is for all ages. There’s also Marceline to Magic Kingdom Tour which is for guests 12 years and up!

  • Ah, good to know. Not for us this visit then…we have a 10 and 12 year old!

  • steve singer

    My wife and I did this tour about 3 years ago. It was great and I highly recommend it to any big time Disney fan. It is a long tour, about 6-7 hours, but it is really worth it. We started on Main Street and worked our way back through the park, learning about all of the windows on the shops on main st. We then did some rides, went backstage and into the utilidors. We also had lunch at the Columbia House restaurant. I don’t remember the cost, but I don’t think it was that bad, maybe around $30-40 per person. That is of course, on top of the theme park ticket, so it does get a bit pricey. Also, note that they do not allow anyone under 16 on the tour, in order to “protect the magic” for the younger guests.

  • How much does this cost per person? It sounds interesting, but I want to find out if the cost is prohibitive.

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