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Cultivating the Magic: A Guided Disneyland Tour (Photos)

Disney Parks and Resorts are well known for their attention to detail, down to even the smallest of details. Landscaping at Disneyland is no different. Are you a garden enthusiast and want to know more about how Disney’s horticulturalists maintain the Happiest Place on Earth, or do you just enjoy the lush gardens and magical atmosphere? Either way we have good news for you!  There is a new Disneyland Tour called Cultivating the Magic. Read below as Disney explains more about this new Disneyland Tour.

“Experience the story of Disneyland Park as told through the plants.” Learn about the landscapes and gardens that have transformed 260 acres of orange groves into Walt Disney’s Original Magic Kingdom. Discover the intricate theming and planning that went into creating the stores that are told in each land through horticulture.

The Cultivating the Magic Guided Tour includes selected unique attraction experiences plus a collectible souvenir pin and an exclusive seed packet. This tour is available Saturdays and Sundays at 9;00am and Mondays at 10:00am and is approximately 2 hours.

Tour Pricing: $49 per Guest for ages 3+

Tour Discounts: A 20% discount is offered to Disney Rewards Visa, AAA card holders, Disney Vacation Club members and Disneyland Resort Annual Passport holders.

For booking information or to inquire about Disneyland tour dates and times visit Disneyland Resort Guest Relations or contact (714) 781-TOUR. Disneyland Park admission is required for this Disneyland tour.

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Photo Source(s): Disney Sisters

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