|01-22-2010, 11:56 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2009
May be a stupid question but
if you pay to get in a park, are most of the shows part of that cost or do you pay more? For instance AK, the Nemo show and Lion King show?
|01-22-2010, 12:38 PM||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Both the shows you list are included, as are all of the attractions listed. There are a few arcade/carnival games around the parks that cost extra. There are ride photos that cost extra. There are plenty of trinkets that cost extra, and food. Bippity Boppitiy Boo boutique and Pirate facepainting cost extra. Hairbraids, where still available, cost extra. So there are still plenty of ways to part with your money inside the parks, but show admission is not one of them. Temporary tatoos aroudnt eh resort cost a few $$. One neat 'freebie' at HS is an animation drawing class - inside the Animation Studio. In the 25 min. class you learn to draw a Disney character.
The only exceptions I can think of - more or less - are the attractions at DTD. Entering Downtown Disney is free, but you pay admission to the shows that are there: Cirque, concerts at House of Blues, Disneyquest (there you pay admission and get unlimited access to all kinds of video games, inluding a virtual roller coaster and several other unique Disney virtual games). There is also a kind of new exhibit/show thing on Princess Diana; I don't know about admission to that. There is also a hot air balloon ride. Conversely, there is much to see for free at DTD. If you call shopping 'free.'
There are two dinner shows on property. One is at Ft. Wilderness called Hoop de Doo. The other is a luau show at teh Poly. Both are dinner shows. You pay a flat fee for both shows, depending on where your seat is located.
Oh, there's also few small activities around property that are pay for each thing: archery, spas, exercise rooms, mini-golf, carriage rides, horseback riding, boat rentals, fishing etc. But all of these are located at individual resorts. Many resorts also have activities that are free for guests of that resort, especially the deluxes: movies, marshmellow roasts, small crafts (some have a small supplies fee), cookie decorating, restuarant tours, pool games, etc.
|01-22-2010, 12:41 PM||#4|
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Yep - In the parks at Disney everything except a few little things like the shooting range or the motorized power boats (little ones that you drive with a steering wheel - more like a carnival game), and the carnival games in AK are included.
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