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The Most Expensive Things To Do at Disney World

The Most Expensive Things To Do at Disney World

We know that a Disney World vacation is pricey. Have you ever wondered though just what is the most expensive things you can do while on your Disney World vacation? Well, we are here to cover the most expensive things to do at Disney World. 

Grand I Yacht 

Of course, this exquisite yacht can be found at the Grand Floridian of all places. Booking this boat will take your vacation to the next level. On the Grand I yacht you will drift away on a deliciously decadent excursion around Bay Lake and Seven Seas Lagoon aboard this fabulous 52-foot Sea Ray® Sedan Bridge Yacht that defines impeccable taste. With an experienced captain and deckhand at the helm, you will enjoy private dining and butler amenities in a spectacular setting. This spacious watercraft accommodates a total of 18 people or just 17 if you will be traveling with a butler.

So just how much will this Disney experience set you back? Rental prices for the Grand 1 start at $399 per hour, plus tax. Pricing may vary based on time of day and is subject to change. Private dining, butler service and other enhancements are available for an additional charge. To reserve the Grand 1, please call (407) WDW-PLAY or (407) 939-7529.

Perfectly Princess Tea

Take your little princess to a perfect afternoon tea at the Grand! In this premium experience “Rose Petal,” a magical rose from Aurora’s garden, has come alive to host the party. She leads a special princess parade, storytelling and singalongs. During your tea, you will also get to meet Princess Aurora herself. Be sure to bring your cameras and autograph books, there is no Photopass photographer at this event! This all takes place at the Garden View Tea Room at the Grand Floridian, located right off the main lobby.

So what will a princess tea cost? Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea party is available for $333.64—which includes admission for one Guest (ages 10+) and one child (ages 3 to 9). To add more Guests to your party, there is an additional cost of $234.08 per child (ages 3 to 9) and $98.66 per Guest (ages 10+).

Polynesian Bungalows

Since money actually can’t buy you everything, like the Cinderella Suites the most expensive room at Disney lies elsewhere. The bungalows at the Polynesian are currently the priciest. A room (more like a small house) on the water could run you up to $3,000 a night depending on the time of year you stay! 

Victoria & Albert’s Chef Table

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This restaurant often makes Disney fans bucket list. It’s the highest rated and awarded restaurant at Disney World. Throughout the approximately 3-hour service, the chef offers up superb morsels and tasting samples, tailoring the mouth-watering feast to your party’s dietary preferences. And when you choose the optional wine pairing, the sommelier selects the ideal vintage to enjoy with each portion of your meal.

This fine dining experience comes with a hefty price tag. Although subject to change, the Prix Fixe begins at $250.00 per Guest, and wine pairing begins at $150.00 per Guest. (Pricing does not include tax and gratuity.) 

Replica of Cinderella’s Castle

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Have an extra $37,500 just lying around? Why not pick up your very own limited edition replica of Cinderella Castle completely covered in hand placed Swarovski Crystals. While it is an impressive sight to see I think the price tag is still pretty steep. If you want to catch a glimpse of this for yourself head over to Swarovski at Disney Springs or to the crystal shop next to Starbucks at the Magic Kingdom. 

Disney Weddings

Disney Memories Wedding

Having had my own wedding at Disney World I can say it’s pure magic! However, that pixie dust comes with a steep price tag that’s for sure. Our wedding was as budget as we could get with Disney. We did their bottom tier package and only had four guests at our wedding. The cheapest wedding package currently starts at $3,500 before any upgrades. For more on Disney Weddings read about ours!

Golden Oak

Maybe you have joked before that if you could live at Disney World you could. Well, you actually can! And no I am not suggesting a long-term booking of a hotel room. Golden Oak offers the first-ever whole ownership of custom single-family homes at Disney World. With its references to European and Caribbean styles, Golden Oak celebrates the timelessness of Old Florida architecture while being attuned to contemporary resort living. Ready to sign on the dotted line? They are still selling new construction custom-built homes, prices start at $2 million.

World of Dreams Tour

Brand new, Disney launched a $12,000 tour! Yup, that’s not a typo it’s actually $12,000 for a one day tour. Of course, you could always opt for a standard VIP tour this can be up to $625/hour. Again, as with most Disney pricing these days, the price is variable on the time of the year. 


Have you been able to go VIP at Disney World before? Let us know in the comment section below about your biggest Disney World splurge! 

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