How To Have Fun At Disney As An Adult

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If you don’t have kids you still deserve to have some adult fun at Disneyworld or Disneyland. 

It’s a perfect destination for adults, in fact. It is a great place to feel like a kid again and to leave all of your worldly concerns at the gate. I would say adults need to go to Disney more than kids since we need more of a break from reality than they do!

In this article, I will go over several ways that you can make Disney the perfect adult vacation to make the most out of it. 

What to pack

You’ll need to be prepared for a few things before you get to the park. First, remember that it is hot and humid. Wear light, flowing clothes that won’t stick to you and allow your skin to breathe. Linen is a great choice.

Another must is sun screen since the sun can be very strong there. A sun burn while you are trying to enjoy Space Mountain is not going to be pleasant.

And, very importantly, remember that anywhere kids are, there are also germs. Bring hand sanitizer and use it often while you are there.

Lastly, don’t forget to dress for your social media pics! Wear some fun matching couple shirts that you can post on your Instagram for a few laughs.

Go off season

The biggest benefit to going to Disney as adults is that you don’t have to go in the middle of the summer when the kids are out of school. It is the hottest time of year and obviously the most crowded.

Instead, set up a trip for the Spring when the weather is hot but the humidity is not too bad yet. Just keep an eye on April vacations for schools and see if you can avoid being there for that. 

The best time to go to Orlando is between March and May as temperatures and prices are both great.

Go gourmet

You can dine at some of the best restaurants outside of New York City from world famous chefs. If you are foodies then you can dine on some very haute cuisine. Stay away from the burger joints with noisy kids and exhausted parents and nosh romantically.

If you book well in advance, try Victoria and Albert’s which is a small 14 table restaurant which looks like something out of the Champs Elysee in Paris. Prices are high and you need to book at least six months in advance, but for the distinguished palate it is worth it. It would also make a great spot to pop the question!

There is even the Highway in the Sky for a totally unique dining experience. Think of it like going tapas hopping and going from restaurant to restaurant to have a drink and a small bite before moving to the next. Only, you do it via monorail.


There is a ton of stuff to do and if you time your trip well, you won’t be dealing with lots of crowds and cranky kids. Lines will be manageable and you can truly unwind.

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