Hello my Disney Dorks!!! Firstly, I want to apologize for my absence on my blog. I was going through a lot and I didn’t quiet have the time to work on anything. I’ll try to do the best I can depending on my schedule. Thank you so much for your support and patience.
A couple months ago, my family and I decided to do the Discover the Magic Tour. That tour leans more towards kids, but if you’re a child at heart, you will enjoy it as well. The tour is approx. 2 1/2 hours long, and the pricing is $59 for the first two people, and $49 for each additional purchase. If you’re a Annual Passholder, Disney visa member, Disney vacation club member, or have AAA, you will get a 20% discount.
The tour is an adventurous scavenger hunt throughout the park. First you start off at the check in area, right next to City Hall, and your Tour Guide helps you look for a mysterious treasure chest. Once opened, it gives us a clue to our next destination.
The clue directed us towards Frontierland. There, we had to look for another treasure chest which contained a map, hooks, and pirate swords. With the map, we had to figure out where we needed to head to next. Let’s see, swords and hooks and a treasure map, it could only lead to Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer’s Island.
After riding the rafts to Tom Sawyer’s Island, we made our way to the hidden treasure and found yet another chest with another clue that lead us to the wilds of Adventureland. But before that, of course we had to ride Pirates of the Caribbean.
There, we looked around Tarzan’s Tree house and found, you guessed it, another treasure chest. Inside that was another clue that would only lead to the futuristic Tomorrowland. We rode the Jungle Cruise and afterwards, took a restroom break.
In TomorrowLand, we rode Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters before heading out to Pizza Port. We looked around and we found another chest, with yet another clue, which lead to Fantasyland.
There we looked around Matterhorn to find our last treasure chest and final clue.
We finally had all the clue pieces and put them together to figure out the final location of our amazing scavenger hunt.
The last clue lead us to Mickey’s House in Toontown. Turns out, Mickey was the one who planned this scavenger hunt all along. We took some pictures with Mickey and afterwards he gave us our treasure. A lanyard with a pin that says, “I discovered the magic at Disneyland.” We said our goodbyes to Mickey and our wonderful tour guides, but not before we got another treat. A cute souvenir cup with a refreshing apple juice freeze.
It was a fun filled, crazy adventure anyone with kids, or a child at heart, would enjoy. If you would like to see a video about the tour, then click on the link and subscribe to my youtube channel. Thanks!!!!