While there are so many incredible experiences at Walt Disney World for Guests to enjoy, many of them have had to halt due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Shows, attractions, and full-on rides have had to close or operate in a smaller capacity to help keep Guests and Cast Members safe. Another big change to the Disney Parks has been price increases.
From park hoppers and annual passes to tickets and portion sizes shrinking, Disney World Guests have noticed an overall drop in their bang for their buck. Now, Disney World has secretly upped the price of some of its most exclusive and immersive experiences.
As seen in the picture above, the cost for Disney’s Keys to the Kingdom Tour has increased significantly. Tickets for this tour used to come in at $99 per person, but now cost Guests $114. This tour isn’t the only one becoming more expensive at the Parks, however.
As seen in this picture, the price for the Caring for Giants tour at Disney’s Animal Kingdom has also risen, increasing from $30 to $35.
More on Disney’s Keys to the Kingdom tour:
Magic Kingdom to the Max
Unlock the fascinating history of Magic Kingdom park and gain backstage access to legendary hidden areas.This 5-hour walking tour explores the creation and remarkable growth of one of the most beloved parks at Walt Disney World Resort! Explore secret locations you’ve always wondered about and get the inside scoop on some of your favorite attractions.
During your tour:
- Uncover the hidden secrets of classic attractions at Magic Kingdom park.
- Access the famed underground “Utilidor” tunnels that allow people and supplies to travel beneath the park unseen.
- Discover little-known facts, trivia and other exciting tidbits about the park.
- Enjoy a delicious lunch—included with your tour.
- Take home an exclusive keepsake!
More on Disney’s Caring for Giants tour:
An Experience You’ll Never Forget
Delve into the wondrous world of our park’s largest inhabitants.
During this 60-minute experience, you’ll meet with a knowledgeable Guide who will provide insight into the inner workings of our African elephant herd. Your guide will provide a glimpse into the day-to-day care of these amazing animals and share stories of Disney’s conservation efforts dedicated to the preservation of wild populations throughout the world.
Throughout this experience, you’ll be able to observe the elephants from approximately 80 to 100 feet away—so you’ll enjoy a closer encounter with the elephants than you would during other in-park experiences.
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