Tours in DCA?

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  1. DonnettaR

    DonnettaR DIS Veteran

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    Are there any tours at DCA?
     
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  3. Disneyland_emily

    Disneyland_emily DIS Veteran

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    None per say but I *think* both the Welcome tour and the Halloween Myths tour go there but I havent taken either one of them (I *know* the Walt tour doesnt...)

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  4. DonnettaR

    DonnettaR DIS Veteran

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    I thought I read somewhere about a factory tour?
     
  5. iceskatejen

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    There are tours (walkthoughs really) of the Mission Tortilla factory and the Boudin Bread factory. They take all of a few minutes, but you do get a free sample.
     
  6. DonnettaR

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    So the factories are inside of the park? In which sections?
     
  7. AFMom

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    I believe it's called the Pacific Wharf area. The tours are pretty cute, actually - my kids at 5 and 6 enjoyed them. At the end of the tour you end up where you can buy the products - but there are also small free samples. The Boudin tour ends and you can get clam chowder in their wonderful bread bowls....... can't beat it for a great lunch! They are short - I'd say no more than 10 minutes each- and I know woth the Boudin tour it's self paced - so if kids get bored you can just walk through more quickly.
     
  8. Disneyland_emily

    Disneyland_emily DIS Veteran

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    Ahh those kind of tours- I wouldnt budget much time unless you get hungry (The flour tortillas are the best ;) as they both only take a few minutes each

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