• On May 25, 2012
    Janet from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    hi, going to be in disney in december. we want to do a holiday tour that also shows us the underground utilidors but not more than a 3-4 hour tour...any suggestions? thanks

    To my knowledge, Janet, a tour like the one you're describing does not {yet} exist.  The Yuletide Fantasy Tour fits part of the bill, in that it lasts approximately three-and-a-half hours.  It does include a look backstage, but the infamous Utilidors are not featured as part of the tour.  Still, if you're looking to get up close with the holiday decorations, it might be just the thing for you.  Your other option for a holiday tour would be the Holiday D-Lights Tour.  It lasts approximately five hours, though.  As part of the tour, you'll see the Candlelight Processional and enjoy a light holiday buffet.  Either would be excellent choices for experiencing a festive tour, though neither meet both of your criteria.  Hopefully one of them will come close enough.  I hope that helps!
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