Adventures by Disney has added three new U.S. vacations to its roster — Central Florida, Montana and Washington-Philadelphia.
Each of the new itineraries is a week-long trip with departures starting this summer.
The Central Florida itinerary includes a visit to Walt Disney World Resort with backstage access, VIP experiences (such as reserved seating for shows) and exclusive dining opportunities at all four theme parks. It will also include excursions around Central Florida such as ziplining, riding in a swamp buggy, horseback riding and kayaking. Guests will meet an astronaut and learn first-hand about going into space at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
In Montana, the itinerary will include "glamping" (glamorous camping) adjacent to Yellowstone National Park and the National Park Service’s centennial celebrations, a dude ranch experience in Big Sky, and active excursions such as biking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting and fly-fishing.
The third new itinerary will be focused on American history and will visit iconic landmarks such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall in Philadelphia, as well as the Capitol Building and Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. There will be a stop in Gettysburg, Pa., as well.
The trips are led by two Disney-trained guides, as well as local experts. Prices for the Central Florida itinerary are $4,939 for adults and $4,699 for children. Prices for the Montana itinerary are $3,919 for adults and $3,729 for children. And prices for the Washington and Philadelphia itinerary are $3,369 for adults and $3,209 for children.
Prices are per person and based on double occupancy and the child rates apply to guests under 12 at the time of travel when accompanied by an adult in the same room.