The Magic Kingdom also offers a number of special tours, usually in the price range of $35 to $70 per person: Disney's Family Magic Tour, for instance, takes guests on a 2-hour guided quest to save the Magic Kingdom theme park from a Disney villain; Disney's Keys to the Kingdom Tour
showcases the history of Disney World, with backstage access. Kids age 3 and up might sign up for the The Pirates League and become buccaneers or kids might simply get a haircut to remember at the Harmony Barbershop. There's also a Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage
that has a sail on the Seven Seas Lagoon.
Epcot too has special tours, some of them underwater in the 5.7-million-gallon saltwater tank inside The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion. Scuba-certified guests (age 10 and up) can do a dive ($175); other guests age 8 and up can do a Seas Aqua Tour (see photo) and swim or go snorkelling with an air supply. Guests 16 and up can do a Segway tour of the World Showcase area of Epcot. And for nostalgia fans: the UnDISCOVERed Future World tour ($55, ages 16 and up) shows Walt's desire to improve the world which was at the basis of the Epcot (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) theme park.