Walt Disney World isn’t just for the kids. As a grownup, you’re likely aware that there are parts of the park that are geared more toward the adult rather than the kid. What you might not know is how best to access those resources—and that’s where we’re here to help!
If you’d like to take the opportunity to make dinner a truly grand occasion, put on your Sunday best and head to Victoria & Albert’s restaurant in the Grand Floridian. Be sure to make your reservations at least three months in advance to get a spot at this exclusive restaurant!
Consider renting a boat for a cruise on the Seven Seas Lagoon, or any of the waterways that lead to the Lagoon. If everyone in your party is of age, bring champagne and glasses for a truly exquisite evening!
Pamper yourself at the Grand Floridian Spa if you get the chance—it’s one of the best in the area.
If you’re at all into golf, Walt Disney World has some of the best greens that any pro could ask for. Rent some clubs, take some classes if you need the brushing up, and hit the courses.
There are plenty of things available for adults to do while in Walt Disney World. Don’t spend your entire time looking inside of a rotating teacup for a good vacation! It’s important to balance your time in Walt Disney World—you want to be able to appease both your inner kid and your outer adult at the same time. Fortunately, there’s so much to do in Walt Disney World that you’ll never get bored at any age!