More Details: Tables in Wonderland “Taste Your Way Around The World” Sneak Preview

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More details have been released for the Tables in Wonderland “Taste Your Way Around The World” Sneak Preview!

Where: World ShowPlace Pavilion at Epcot

When: Sunday, July 12, 2015

Time: 12:00pm until 2:00pm

Price: $135 per person, plus tax, gratuity included

Registration begins at 10:30am EST on June 24, 2015 at the following website for Tables in Wonderland members : www.disneyurl.com/TablesInWonderlandSneakPreview

To register, have the following information ready:

Tables in Wonderland Ticket Number (on back bottom corner of ticket)

First and Last Name of each member of your party (up to 10 tickets may be purchased)

Home Address

Phone Number

Credit Card Number & Billing Address of Credit Card

Personal Email Address

Food Allergies (if any – their team will try their best to accommodate your needs)

The event is limited to 250 guests and is exclusive to Tables in Wonderland members.

Park admission is not required. If you will be entering without park admission, entry starts at 11:00am with an Event Guide at park entry.

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6 responses to “More Details: Tables in Wonderland “Taste Your Way Around The World” Sneak Preview

  1. I wonder why they don’t require admission? Not usual for Disney. The price is really reduced if your bringing family, without season passes, along and then stay for the day in EPCOT.

  2. Guests who attend without park admission do not have the ability to stay after the event ends. An “Event Guide” at the park entrance will escort those without valid park admission. They may be escorted backstage, and those who do have park tickets may be able to enter the park after. I’m not sure of the protocol that will be followed for this experience, but there is no park time after the event ends for those just with an event ticket.

  3. That makes sense, I couldn’t imagine Disney allowing people to stay and also attend the taste at that price,

  4. Am I just missing something, or is there no menu listed?

  5. The menu has not been released. It’s typically a combination of some of the new items and classic dishes.

  6. No way would I shovel out $135pp for this without an idea of the menu. With my luck it would be 75% of the stuff I’ve had before. I’ll save my money for the festival itself.