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Are the Behind the Scenes Tours at Walt Disney World worth the money?

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2005-11-30 18:37:15
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Many of the Behind the Scenes Tours are great for seniors and adults. Most are at Epcot, and involve 4-7 hours of standing and walking, and cost anywhere from $10 to more than $200. Two favorites are Gardens of the World and the Hidden Treasures tours. Gardens of the world is limited to guests ages 16 and older. It features highights of landscaping, horticulture and gardens throughout Epcot. Hidden Treasures explores the architecture of the World Showcase pavilions. If you can

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