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  • Hi - what is the difference in ticket sections for World of Color dining pkg between lunch & dinner packages at Trattoria & Carthay? Is Dinner package a better section? Also, does Ariel's Grotto offer either princess or WOC dinner pkg? Thx!
  • - Asked by Leslie on 8/24/2013
  • Hi, Leslie!

    Hooray—your visit to The Happiest Place on Earth is just around the corner! I hope you’re excited for all of the magic that awaits you at the Disneyland Resort.

    There are several World of Color dining packages available that include tickets for reserved viewing sections in Paradise Park. Some Guests prefer the tickets that come with the Carthay Circle Restaurant dining option over the other restaurants because you’re guaranteed a spot in the Center Stage Viewing Area, which is a circular portion of Paradise Park perfectly aligned with Mickey’s Fun Wheel, the main focal point of the show. It’s also set back a bit from the edge of the water so you’re able to take in all the elements of the show from a great vantage point. World of Color dining package ticket sections are based on restaurant choice alone, not whether you dine during lunch or dinner. 

    Ariel’s Grotto offers a 3-course prix fixe dinner including tickets for World of Color. However, lunchtime is a character dining experience, “Ariel’s Disney Princess Celebration,” and World of Color tickets are not included.  

    I hope this helps, Leslie, and that you enjoy a perfectly pixie-dusted visit to the Disneyland Resort! Please feel free to write back with more questions as you put the finishing touches on your vacation.

    Wishing you magic,

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