This question was recently asked….What is there to do at Walt Disney World for adults with no kids? Well…where do I begin?
The first thing to consider is which Disney Resort should these no kids adults staying at? I have a couple of thoughts on that. Port Orleans Resort – Riverside is a beautiful resort. It feels like a sprawling southern plantation. With paths to walk, areas to discover, and entertainment on site, you can have a little vacation within your vacation. You can take a carriage ride that includes a tour of Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter. It’s a really nice way to see both resorts and can be very romantic. And, don’t forget Yehaa Bob Jackson! A little laughter can be a fantastic stress reliever.
You could also choose one of the resorts near EPCOT. Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club resorts are within walking distance of World Showcase. You can take a nice stroll from the resort into World Showcase and walk through all of the countries sampling little morsels of ‘local’ cuisine. You enter between the UK and France pavilions, and can choose the direction of travel from that point. You are also able to walk, or take a Friendship boat, to Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a ride on Tower of Terror or Rock n Roller Coaster.
Think of the rides you may have missed when you DID have the kids with you! Time to experience them for yourselves! Pick a park, pick the rides, go for it! Have fun and take it all in at your own pace. Remember to take time to look at some of the details. Especially on Main Street U.S.A. or in World Showcase!
And, don’t forget the soon to be renamed Disney Springs! New eating experiences, new shopping spots, and new walkways could add a little love to your vacation. And, if you are a huge Disney fan, try not to get lost at the World of Disney store! It’s big and has almost anything you could think of to bring home to the kids, grandkids, favorite Travel Agent.
There is so much more for adults. Try the golf courses that are on Disney Property. Plan an evening at a show like: La Nouba, Hoop-Dee-Do Musical Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, or the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Ask your favorite Disney Travel Agent for suggestions.
Thank you for reading! May you have a Blessed and Magical Evening!