Disney World consists of four theme parks, two water parks and dozens of resorts. Which Disney World park is best for the more mature traveler with no kids in tow? It depends on what you seek.
I mean, not just without your kids — without any kids at all. No, Disney hasn't obtained the rights to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and deployed a Child Catcher character to clear a new Vulgaria land of all the little kids. But it has declared one part of one of its parks as child-free for a week.
Going back to the magic as an adult only amplifies the excitement. Done right, a Disney World vacation for adults can have as much magic — if not, more — as your childhood trip to see Mickey Mouse. Another option is to reserve a room at an off-site hotel or resort. Disney Springs, formerly known as Downtown Disney, offers everything from shopping to live entertainment for guests of all ages.
How to do Disney as adults should be a topic of interest for couples, friends, or anyone else looking for a more sophisticated or slower-paced vacation. Last updated July 30, Despite the misconception that Walt Disney World is only for families, there has always been a lot for adults to do.
Chances are if you make the trip to Disney you are taking some kids. And, the trick to making the most out of your Disney adventure is maximizing fun for adults and children at the same time. So, this list should help you put together a fun trip for the entire family and give you some ideas that everyone can have fun with, as well as some entertainment for just the grown-ups.
It officially opened on May 1, In Septemberall of its clubs were closed, but its retail stores and restaurants remained open. The area is now called The Landing and is the middle part of Disney Springs.
My husband and I are planning a trip to Florida in May and he is set on going to Disney. I've been there twice when I was very young so it has been quite awhile. We were thinking of going to Universal Studios for sure, but what other park would you recommend. We will probably only go up for a couple days.
My wife and I are going to be in the Orlando area and want to visit Disney. We are trying to decide whether we should just get the park hopper and do two parks in one day, or simply take two days, and go to one park on each? Also, which parks would you suggest for two adults?
Summer in Walt Disney World is not just for children, as scores of baby boomers roaming the parks in mouse ears can attest. Here, a few choice stops. Adults may want to grab a table at Restaurant Marrakeshwhich serves dishes such as roast lamb and shish kebab, and Moroccan pastries, alongside belly dancers; and La Cava del Tequilaa cozy bar with more than tequilas as well as specialty margaritas and tapas-style snacks.