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lovetotraveltx 01-22-2013 10:55 AM

Tea with Alice
 
Will this be offered on the 8-day magic? Is this something you pay extra for? And, is it just for young children?

Thank you! :)

kcashner 01-22-2013 11:03 AM

There is no charge, but a free ticket from GS is required for each person.

Children must bring their adult along. While it is geared toward children (like 10 and under), each guest is welcome to a ticket till they run out. I was surprised once that our teens wanted to attend (and the tickets were gone).

It is offered on the classic ships on cruises of at least 7 nights, and the event usually occurs twice. No, you can't attend twice--ONE ticket per guest.

Asc341 01-22-2013 11:04 AM

I've never heard of tea with Alice on any ship on the DCL, but I am certainly a newbie! I'd love to know myself if that's a possibility.

emilyann415 01-22-2013 11:04 AM

I believe it's on any cruise 7 nights and up so it should be on yours. It is free. However, you do need to sign up for it ASAP as soon as you get on board go directly to guest services. They issue tickets, can't get in without a ticket. It is meant to be for children but lots of adults came with their kids. We didn't see any adults by themselves, but they wouldn't turn you away I am sure. Can't sign up for it until you get onboard though.... Hope this helps.

Oh and when we went it wasn't with Alice anymore...was with two princesses. Don't know how they decide that.

Emily

PrincessShmoo 01-22-2013 11:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lovetotraveltx (Post 47270962)
Will this be offered on the 8-day magic? Is this something you pay extra for? And, is it just for young children?

Thank you! :)

My best guess, yes, they will have the Tea With...(Alice, the Princesses, Disney Friends, Wendy, whoever). There is no charge, but the tickets are limited. You get them at Guest Services. It's primarily aimed at the younger kids, as it's not really tea (you get apple juice and cookies). But anyone can go.

I will point out, that if you get tickets and opt not to go, please return your tickets, as there's usually a waiting list.

bitlerzx4 01-22-2013 11:08 AM

I thought I read some where on here that it was offered on the 7nights. (off to go check)

kcashner 01-22-2013 11:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by emilyann415 (Post 47271062)
I believe it's on any cruise 7 nights and up so it should be on yours. It is free. However, you do need to sign up for it ASAP as soon as you get on board go directly to guest services. They issue tickets, can't get in without a ticket. It is meant to be for children but lots of adults came with their kids. We didn't see any adults by themselves, but they wouldn't turn you away I am sure. Can't sign up for it until you get onboard though.... Hope this helps.

Oh and when we went it wasn't with Alice anymore...was with two princesses. Don't know how they decide that.

Emily

It is a matter of who is available--it used to be Wendy, then Alice. Now it is "Disney friends" and you don't know in advance who will be there.

Note to above--kids alone are not admitted--it is not a drop off/babysitting activity. Kids must bring their adult along.

bitlerzx4 01-22-2013 11:09 AM

http://www.disboards.com/showthread....ighlight=alice


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