There are various VIP tours offered at Magic Kingdom. Such as the Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour at $249/per person. That is over $1,000 after taxes for a group of 4! This 4-hour tour gets guests on classic attractions with no wait and an itinerary of other activities. Instead, follow the free guide below for your own VIP morning at Magic Kingdom.
8am – For a 9am park opening, leave your Resort at 8am. This gives an hour of travel time including time to walk to bus stop, wait for transportation and more. Download the My Disney Experience App for bus wait times at Disney Resorts!
9am – Get to Magic Kingdom for Rope Drop, park opening and see the Welcome Show. Guests are allowed on Main St USA prior to the rest of the lands opening. Take some photos in front of Cinderella’s Castle.
9:30am – Ride it’s a small world, Mad Tea Party and/or The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh while morning wait times are still low.
10:00am – Use a FASTPASS for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. This family friendly coaster is found in Fantasyland, based on the animated classic Disney’s Snow White.
10:30am – Grab a snack from Cheshire Café (the Cheshire Tail is a sweet treat) or Gaston’s Tavern (the warm cinnamon roll is divine).
11:00am – Use a FASTPASS for Peter Pan’s Flight. This is a classic attraction also in Fantasyland, grouping FASTPASS near each other will save time. Check wait time for Dumbo.
12:00pm – Use a FASTPASS for Haunted Mansion. Home to 999 haunts, is this classic Liberty Square attraction. Once in line, check My Disney Experience app for another Fastpass to ride an additional attraction of choice. Once your 3 FASTPASS are used up for the day, guests can grab one at a time, unlimited.
1:00pm – Eat lunch, by eating later it is considered an off-time and will not be as busy as 11am-12pm would be, generally. Instead, use the typical lunch hour to ride attractions with low wait times and eat lunch later. Great Quick Service restaurants include: Columbia Harbour House, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café and Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café.
Then, head back to your Resort for a swim break at the pool or rest and refresh in your Resort room. By leaving the parks in the afternoon, guests are avoiding the most crowded and hottest time of the day. Then, head back out late afternoon, either back to Magic Kingdom or another park. Also consider an evening at Disney Springs.
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