They say that it’s the happiest place on Earth, and you’re likely to find few people who would disagree with that notion. Every year, Disney’s parks around the globe see more visitors than we can count. And, it’s not just children who are excited to check out the rides and to meet their favorite Disney characters. It’s adults who enjoy the many pleasures that these parts and their attached resorts offer.
But, here’s the thing. There are different Disney experiences for different income levels. Simply put, there are some things that the wealthy and well-to-do are able to do at Disney parks that the rest of us common rabble can only begin to dream about.
Do you know what the various things one can do at Disney are if you’re rich? If not, then you’ll definitely want to read on, because we’re going to share 20 of the biggest. From tricked out suites in Disney’s finest resorts, to private tours and exclusive clubs, you might not have even known that Disney offered these things at their parks.
Prepare to be impressed. Also, prepare to catch a slight case of “FOMO”, unless you’ve got the fliff lying around to afford some of these various experiences…
1. Private Premium VIP Tours
If you’re willing to part with $5,000, you can take an exclusive tour of Disney World that lasts for six whole hours… Admission to the park isn’t included, though.
2. The Backstage Tour
Alternatively, you can pay around $300 a person to get a “backstage” tour that shows how the magic behind Disney works.
3. Go Out to Dinner with an Animal Specialist
At Sanaa in the Animal Kingdom Lodge, you can book a four-course meal with one of the resort’s many animal specialists.
4. Meet the Dolphins
For $200 a person, you can have the privilege of swimming with the dolphins through the “Dolphins in Depth” activity.
5. Princess Tea Time
If you stay at the Grand Floridian, you can pay $235 for the privilege of taking one of your daughters for high tea with Princess Aurora.
6. Meet Mickey in Private
The cost for this will vary, but it is possible to book a private meet-up between your little ones and their favorite Disney character.
7. Victoria & Albert’s Chef Table
The ultimate dining experience at the premiere Disney restaurant? That will set you back $250 a head for a five-course, three-hour-long meal.
8. The Dessert Party
There may be no better way to cap off a day at a Disney park than by booking an exclusive and delectable dessert party.
9. A Disney Wedding
What do you get for the bride who just can’t get enough Disney in her life? How about an awesome (and expensive) Disney wedding?
10. Staying in the Cinderella Suite
Actually, you don’t need to be rich to do this one… You just need to be lucky and win a contest. There’s no amount of money one can offer to book this suite.
11. The Royal Asante Presidential Suite
For the best accommodations at the Animal Kingdom, there’s only one choice: this absolutely tricked out suite that goes for $2,300 a night!
12. Go Out to Dinner with an Imagineer
In Disney World, you can book a dinner with an Imagineer at the Brown Derby or at Citricos.
13. The Yellowstone Suite
The Wilderness Lodge is totally cool, and this $1,000 per night suite that’s housed there is one of Disney’s finest.
14. Golden Oak
Don’t feel like leaving the magic of Disney behind? Then you can move into Golden Oak, where the homes start at a cool $2 million.
15. The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
For $200, you can take your daughter to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique to get dolled up as her favorite Disney princess.
16. Hire a Tour Guide
There are services that will give you a tour guide to take you around the park for rates as high as $125 an hour.
17. The Four Seasons Disney
The Four Seasons is synonymous with luxury accommodations, and there’s one you can stay at in Disney World.
18. The Royal Suite
And, if you want to most expensive suite in all of Disney World, then you’ll have to book the $12,000 a night Royal Suite at the Four Seasons.
19. Springing for the Deluxe Suite
When you’re going to do a Disney park in style, you’re definitely going to book one of their deluxe suites, which come tricked out with plenty of amenities.
20. Club 33
You can’t drink in Disney Land… Unless you pay the high fees required to become a member of the exclusive Club 33.