Secrets of WDW Discuss Keys to the Kingdom tour in the Trivia and Games Forums forums; KttK tour is great. You learn a lot of interesting things on the tour....
KttK tour is great. You learn a lot of interesting things on the tour.
Many as a kid (1986-1998)Aug 1998- Port OrleansMarch 2003- Jr Band Trip (offsite)Aug 2003- Port OrleansJan 12-Aug 5, 2005- CP (CS)Jan 1-5, 2006- AS Sports (solo)May 24, 2006-Jan 5, 2007- CP (CS)Jan 31-Feb 3, 2007- offsite (solo)March 1-3, 2007- Dad+ Me (offsite)May 16-Aug 10, 2007- CP (CS) Aug 10-12, 2007- GF/P&PMay 21- Aug 15, 2008- CP (PC)Aug 15-18, 2008- AKL!!Mar 25-29, 2009 (offsite)Aug 10, 2009-Jan 2, 2010- CP (CS)Jan 3-May 14, 2010- CP (CS)Feb 12-16, 2012: DCL DreamOct 20-27, 2012: DCL Fantasy (Eastern)Sept 8-12, 2013: DCL Dream Jan 20-24, 2014: DCL Magic
CP #1: 1/12/05-8/5/05: MK merchandise and parades CP #2: 5/24/06 to 1/5/07: character attendant!! CP #3: 5/16/07-8/10/07: Epcot WS Custodial/seasonal CA CP #4: 5/21/08-7/5/08: Casey's (QSFB); 7/6/08-8/15/08: character attendant CP #5: 8/10/09-1/2/10: Toy Story Mania attractions CP #6: 1/3/10-5/14/10: Great Movie Ride attractions FT: 5/16/10~ Montclair State Campus Rep- Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009
I didn't think it really ruined the magic at all. If anything I think Disney World is more fascinating now. Knowing what it actually looks like behind the scenes and how much the ordinary person can not see of the park.
I highly recommend the tour.
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"I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing - that it was all started by a mouse." -- Walt Disney
We went on the Tour in May and I agree with everyone else, it was great.
We were a group of about 20 and we all had headphones. We learned a lot from the guide and there were frequent stops. We would sit and the guide would explain different things to us.
We went on the Jungle Cruise, this does not always happen, it depends upon how crowded it is and our Guide was the narrator, it was not the usualy Jungle Cruise spiel.
We did the Haunted mansion, had lunch at Columbia House and did the utilidors.
We thoroughly enjoyed it. We had a great guide.
I have never done any of the official tours, but I was part of the WDW College Program back in 1994. There we had our own tours of backstage areas through the Traditions program. I worked at the Magic Kingdom so I traveled through the utilidors every time I went to work. Learning all of the backstage stuff that creates the magic just made me appreciate and love Disney more.
Last edited by s2brown; 09-29-2008 at 05:11 PM.
This was nearly the best money I spent at WDW (Victoria & Albert tops it). The guide was outstanding and getting to journey below Main Street is something I will remember forever.