For those following twitter and facebook, this may be old news, but if you've checked the events page lately, another studio tour has popped up for your enjoyment.
Remember, if you've taken one tour this calendar year, you can not take a second until the next calendar year (I like to see it as one tour per membership is allowed)...
Anyways, here are the details:
And more details:DATE
Saturday, August 14, 2010
The Walt Disney Studios
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 29 at 10 a.m. PST. Check back here for ticket link.
$50 per person
Tours begin at 9 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1 p.m., and 1:30 p.m. and are approximately two hours long.
I just took a tour earlier this year, so I am definitely not going on this one, but I highly recommend it for any disney fan wanting to step foot on the historic lot and learn a little bit more about it's history.D23 Members will have the rare opportunity to enjoy a two-hour tour of The Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Archives, hosted by D23 and Archives staff. Guests will have the chance to stroll through the old Animation building where beloved films like Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland were created, see the historic soundstages used for filming Disney classics like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and explore the beautiful Legends Plaza, which honors those who have made significant contributions to the Disney Legacy. We will be hosting six (6) tours on this day. Each tour can accommodate 30 participants.
NOTE: Available only to D23 Members in good standing. Members may reserve a ticket for themselves and one (1) guest. D23 Members may attend only one "D23 Day at The Walt Disney Studios and Archives" per calendar year. There is a limited number of tickets available. D23 Members will be required to provide their membership number when reserving tickets. Tickets may be picked up only with a valid photo ID AND D23 MEMBERSHIP CARD. D23 Members who do not bring their membership card may not be admitted to the event. All D23 Special Events are subject to change without notice. There are no cancelations or refunds, and tickets are not transferrable.
For those curious as to the happenings of this tour, I have this long trip report from my visit: Ryan-Philipp Valle : Blog A Visit to Walt Disney Studios