Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups: Adults-Only Activities

Who says Walt Disney World isn’t for adults, too? In addition to everything available for all ages, Walt Disney World has activities just for adults to enjoy!

Behind the Scenes Tours – While not all behind-the-scenes tours have age limits, many only allow guests age 16 and older to participate, such as the Keys to the Kingdom tour at the Magic Kingdom. These tours are great for adults interested in learning more about the park’s history or how the parks operate.

Disney’s BoardWalk – The walk along Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is beautiful at night, has street performers and great restaurants, and has two of Walt Disney World’s adults-only venues. Jellyrolls is a lively bar with dueling piano performers each night, and the Atlantic Dance Hall features music from the 1980s to today. If you’re looking for some adults-only nightlife, this is the place to go.

Resort Activities – When you arrive at your resort, check the activities flyer that you’ll receive. A few activities at some resorts are adult-focused, and while there isn’t technically an age limit, you’re much more likely to find all adults at these activities (for example, a cultural tour of the architecture behind Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge).

Victoria & Albert’s – This AAA Five-Diamond Award-winning restaurant is a spectacular dining experience only for guests age 10 and over. Victoria & Albert’s is an elegant and indulgent way to celebrate a special occasion at Walt Disney World, and is often lauded as the best restaurant at the resort.

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Elizabeth lives in Kansas City with her wonderful family. Elizabeth first visited Disney as a child, and when she prepared to visit Walt Disney World as an adult, she foolishly thought she may have ‘outgrown’ Disney. Happily, Elizabeth was proven wrong – but she also realized how good planning can make such a difference for having a fun, relaxing vacation! Elizabeth became her family’s go-to resource for Disney planning. Now she is dedicating her planning skills to helping other families create vacation memories as a travel agent specializing in Disney destinations. She will plan your trip as if it were her own. Her blog, planningformagic.com, has tons of advice on how to plan your next Disney trip, including trip planning instructions, sample itineraries, dining tips, and more. Visit her on Facebook or Twitter for more planning tips and theme park news. Contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@theaffordablemouse.com.

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