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    "A Walk in Walt's Footsteps" Tour

    Okay, I told myself on my last DLR vacation that I would do this tour on my next DLR vacation. Anyone done this tour?


    Quote Originally Posted by http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disneyland/en_US/parks/tours/detail?name=WalkInWaltsFootstepsTourPage
    Take a guided tour through Disneyland® Park to fully understand the vision, challenges, hard work and excitement that went into creating everything we associate with the name, and the man, Walt Disney.

    * Lots of fun facts and trivia.
    * A ride on the Disneyland® Railroad.
    * Hear Walt Disney talk about Disneyland® Park in his own words.
    * A unique visit to the first attraction at Disneyland® Park featuring Audio-Animatronics®, Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room.
    * A peek at the Lobby of the exclusive members only Club 33.
    * Enjoy a private lunch on Main Street, U.S.A. — the land patterned after Walt's ideal version of small town America.
    * An exclusive, collectible "A Walk in Walt's Footsteps" pin.

    Tour Length: Approximately 3.5 hours

    Price Info: $59 for all ages
    Discounts: Deluxe Annual Passholders, Premium Annual Passholders or Disney Visa cardholders receive a 20% discount.
    Additional Information

    * Valid Disneyland® Park admission is required.
    * This tour is not recommended for small children.
    * Tour times and elements – including attractions – are subject to change without notice. Please check upon arrival with the Guided Tour Gardens for the latest informati
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    I *think* I saw a review on allears about it....::runs off to go find::
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    I did the old version of this back in April 2001 before they included the lunch. It was very well worth it.
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    I'm getting the sense from various people and reviews on the internet that this is basically like the Keys to the Kingdom tour in WDW's MK....but with the appropriate DL touches.

    I think we'll enjoy it very much.
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    I think it would be a great tour to take!


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    I would love to have the trip and tour! But it's not going to be anytime soon.... cancer in my pocket
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    I did the tour last June. I had done the Keys to the Kingdom tour in 2006 and thought it was fabulous. I definitely thought Keys to the Kingdom was better. It may depend on the tour guide, but I felt that the that Keys to the Kingdom guide was more willing to share behind the scenes info and knowledge. It seemed like my guide at DL wasn't as willing to give as much info. I would recommend the tour, but I give Keys to the Kingdom a higher rating.

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