Tours at Disneyland

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  1. Hockey9

    Hockey9 Earning My Ears

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    I want to verify if you need to reserve either of the Welcome to DL tour or Walk in Walts Footsteps. As part of our passes we have 2 vouchers. AFAIK you need to meet at city hall. Do you just show up or do you reserve?
    We are due to there on May 5th
     
  2. Dodie

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    You have to show up at City Hall at the time specified (is it 9:00 a.m.? 9:30 a.m.?) on the voucher, to sign up for a tour. It is actually a little cart in front of City Hall manned by Guest Relations staff.

    When there in March, we showed up at the time on the pass (9:00 a.m.? 9:30 a.m.?) and signed up for a tour which departed at 10:15 a.m. They give you a little pass and tell you where to meet at your assigned time.

    Hope this helps.

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  3. Hockey9

    Hockey9 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the confirmation. The Disneyland official web site gave very little information and just hinted about purchasing tickets at city hall but did not mention walk up or ressies.
    10 days and counting ... :D
     
  4. DisneyaHolic23

    DisneyaHolic23 DIS Veteran

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    When we went on our tour, we reserved in advance. We called before we left home. At this time of year, you probably won't have any trouble - we went the first week of May last year (Walk in Walt's Footprints), and altough the tour was plenty full, I don't think it sold out. However, if you KNOW which day you are going, it wouldn't hurt to reserve.
     

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