Disney for Adults

Disney Vacation Guide

Disney Vacations: It’s a Small World After All

If you’ve been wishing upon a star that your next Disney vacation will be easy to research and plan, it’s time to stop dreaming and start surfing the Web. In this Web Guide to Disney Vacations you’ll find links to lots of Disney travel information resources, from specifics within Disney’s own sites to unofficial guides, travel planners, money savers and hotel information. The Disney Vacations Web Guide will have you shaking hands with Mickey, Minnie and Goofy in no time.

Disney Travel Basics

There might be no place in the world quite like Walt Disney World, but there are plenty of places ... read more »

Planning a Disney Vacation

Packing everything into a Disney vacation requires careful planning. You can plan a trip yourself, ... read more »

Disney Hotels

There are an overwhelming number of hotels and resorts surrounding Disney theme parks. Many factors ... read more »

Types of Disney Vacations

Disney is a lot more than just theme parks. There are Disney cruises, Adventures by Disney, and the ... read more »

Budget Disney Vacations

You might vow to avoid the gift shop but it’s hard to leave Disney without at least a pair of ... read more »

Disney for Adults

Plenty of people give up Disney once they realize there’s a human being inside the Donald Duck costume, but there are a fair number of others who still believe in the magic. Below, you’ll find some tips for grown-ups, as well as grown up–only activities.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • One grown-up activity at Disney theme parks is skipping the fast food to eat at nice restaurants. Explore dining options at Disney’s official site, or in one of the unofficial guides listed in the “Where can I explore Disney travel online?” section of this guide.
  • At Disney World, adults can kick back at Paradise Island, the park’s nighttime hot spot in Downtown Disney. Every night features live bands and a New Year’s Eve celebration at midnight, plus frequent comedy acts and a different dance club for every decade from the ’60s through the ’90s.
  • Parents visiting Disney with the kids won’t have trouble finding some alone time. At both Disney World and Disneyland, there are childcare providers available day and night. It is recommended that you call ahead of time to reserve childcare (these providers do not have Web sites): at Disney World, try the Fairy Godmothers at 1-407-277-3724; at Disneyland, the Fullerton Childcare Agency is highly regarded, and can be reached at 1-714-528-1640.
  • If you’re sure that there is really nothing adult enough at the Disney theme parks that will make you smile, you might still consider checking out some of the options in the “What other kinds of Disney vacations are there?” section of this guide.

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