Best Activities For Adults

It’s time we confront one of the biggest and most menacing myths about Walt Disney World Resort: "it’s just a place for kids.” Yes, Disney World is kid friendly but that’s only because Walt Disney World is family friendly. Did you know that Walt Disney World is the number one honeymoon destination in the world? Not because it's an amusement park, but because there so many activities in one place - it truly is a world class resort destination. Just as some folks say Disney World is a place for kids, one could just as easily make the same argument that it's a playground for adults. Don’t believe it? Let’s take a tour of some Walt Disney World's adult activities.


Imagine driving the world’s fastest and most exotic high performance cars on a real racetrack…no traffic…no stoplights…no law enforcement…just your adrenaline and the wide-open asphalt. Located at Walt Disney World Speedway the Exotic Driving Experience features supercars by Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi and Porsche. Exotic Driving Experience gives you the opportunity to get behind the wheel of these super cars. Not up for the drive? Ride-alongs also available. Contact your Disney Travel Specialist for current pricing. Click here for more information and photos. Experiences start at $169. 

Gear up and brace for a safari unlike any other this side of Africa. Guests on Wild Africa Trek crouch along trails, traverse swaying footbridges above crocs and hippos and delve deep into the jungles and savannas of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. expert guides lead small groups of adventurers on excursions across untracked areas of the park. Extended time is spent observing and learning about the animals while on foot or while over-landing in customized safari vehicles. Trekkers close out their experience at a serene overlook above a wildlife-filled savanna while savoring Africa-inspired food and beverage.


Keys to the Kingdom Tour - Magic Kingdom

The "Keys to the Kingdom" tour takes Guests in a full circle across the Magic Kingdom Park with stops for "backstage" experiences and attraction visits. This 4½ - 5-hour walking tour is a fascinating journey, allowing Guests to "unlock" the door to the Magic Kingdom Park's history, trivia, and backstage secrets. Discover our Company's heritage and the history of the Magic Kingdom Park. Guests hear intriguing stories of Walt Disney, his visions, his philosophies, and his accomplishments.Guests must be at least 16 years old to attend this program (8:30 am, 9:00 am & 9:30 am - Everyday - 4.5 to 5 hours)


Segway Tour

Wilderness Back Trail Adventures is a two-hour tour that lets guests explore the natural beauty of the Florida landscape in and around Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.

A behind-the-scenes experience for Guests interested in learning more about the dolphins and research at The Seas with Nemo & Friends, as well as those wanting to increase their awareness and appreciation for dolphin counterparts in the wild. Most importantly, you will meet them up close and personal, in the water! You are guaranteed to get wet and most likely splashed by Epcot's resident dolphins. Included is a photograph with the dolphin, refreshments and a t-shirt. Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a participating adult.

Each fall from late September to early November Epcot is transformed into a culinary showcase, around World Showcase. Each year there are several special events that are offered such as culinary classes with celebrity chefs, tastings, and the main event, Party for the Senses. There are three categories for Party of the Senses from private reserved tables, reserved table on the main floor to general admission. Each category consistently earn high marks. 
Prepare to be amazed by the show La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil at the Downtown Disney West Side. This mesmerizing theatrical experience from Cirque du Soleil transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. Guests will be captivated by its feats of physical daring and acrobatics and mystified by its scenery, lighting and score. 


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Updated September 2014 by Darren Wittko