Why Should Kids Have All The Fun?
Most children dream of going to Walt Disney World, but what's stopping you from making it your dream too? By the end of this article, Florida could be the primary destination for your next adults-only holiday. It may not seem like it, but the magical place where Disney characters are brought to life, leaving children in awe, is full of things for adults to do. From plenty of spas to a surprisingly busy nightlife, Disneyland could prove to be a lot more adult-friendly than it lets off.
Start by visiting the parks.
You need to visit the parks (even if it isn't all of them). With four different theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort, there's a little bit of everything for absolutely everyone. If you're interested in space, global culture, and the future, Epcot is the place for you to be. You might want to explore the wonders of amazing rainforests, the Asian jungles, and the African Savannahs, and you could do all of that in one place - Disney's Animal Kingdom. If you want to live out your childhood dreams and explore Cinderella's Castle, then Disney World's Magic Kingdom is necessary.
Bars, Bars, and more Bars!
Walt Disney World has an ever-growing assortment of places to get alcohol. Here's a list of bars that you might want to check out on your next visit to Disney World:
> Trader Sam's Grog Grotto - One of the most popular bars at Disney World is a tiki bar located at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. This bar boasts indoor and outdoor areas, but be warned; there's almost always a waitlist to get inside the bar.
> La Cava del Tequila - Are you a fan of Neil Patrick Harris? You can get his very own signature drink over here. This cozy bar is located in the Mexico pavilion at Epcot.
> Wine Bar George - This bar offers 140 hand-selected wines by Master Sommelier George Miliotes. It's located at The Landing at Disney Springs, where you can enjoy brunch, lunch, and dinner.
After Sunset Hours
After the sun goes down and you're looking for someplace to spend the rest of your evening, Disney Springs and Disney Boardwalk is where you need to be. There's a variety of restaurants and bars that serve up late-night menus, but if you're looking for entertainment there are quite a few live band performances at the bars and plenty of talented musicians down at the Boardwalk.
The music starts at 8 pm, and it's worth being there on time so you don't miss any of it. If the party life isn't for you, you can pick something more romantic like the fireworks cruise on a private boat. You'll get to sail into the Seven Seas Lagoon, where you can watch the nighttime shows at Magic Kingdom and Epcot right from the water.
Good Food, Good Mood.
There are more than 400 places on the Disney property where you can get food. From Disney-themed food based on Disney characters to a slew of fine dining restaurants, there are a ton of places to make sure you're never eating at the same place twice.
If you thought that was it, there's more! There are quite a few full-service spas where you can have a relaxing time, and there are also three 18-hole golf courses and a 9-hole walking course for all the golf lovers who really need to play golf even when they're at Disney World.
There's no age restriction for Disney World, and for a good reason. Walt Disney World in Florida has plenty to offer and should be an exciting option for your next adults-only trip.