Disneyland VIP Guide
Back in March we took the girls to Disneyland. We were celebrating Ava being 1 year cancer free. We aren't diehard when it comes to amusement parks. We wanted a way to see and do as much as we could in a small amount of time so matt booked at VIP tour for an afternoon. At first I was skeptical because it's pricy but now I don't think i would visit Disney any other way.
What you need to know:
Before your VIP tour it's good idea to know what you want to do in Disneyland. We knew our girls wanted to see the princesses for sure and there were a few rides that were also a must do on the list. With the VIP tour you get directly on most rides (except those in fantasyland) and directly in to see the characters you want to see. This was perfect for the girls because it was hot and crowded and they don't do well with crowds or heat. The guides can also suggest rides or characters based on your families likes and needs. One of our favorite parts about the tour was the insider/historic information our guide gave us. He knew so many tiny historical details of Disney which i found super interesting. The tour also gives your VIP seating access to shows and parades so you don't have to wait for hours to see anything. Our guide also helped us with drinks, snacks and basically anything else we could imagine. I swear he knew every place to get every type of food or snack! It was awesome!
In the 6 hours we had with our guide we hammered out more than we could have all day without feeling rushed. The girls we're especiallyhappy to spend a little extra time with Elsa and Anna and Mickey Mouse. If you don't love staying at theme parks all day this is definitely the way to go.