10 Reasons to Visit Disney World without Kids & why it is magical for adults too!
I should start off by saying that I love kids! I have 10 nieces & nephews (plus one more due any day now) that I love dearly & we are really looking forward to growing our family in the next few years. And although visiting Walt Disney World with extended family and children is fun & an experience in & of itself, taking a vacation to WDW as just a married couple is pretty unique & more fun than you would expect.
That being said, there is something magical and unique about visiting Disney World without Kids.
We have done two 5-day Disney vacations as a married couple & as you know (from my many other Disney tips & advice posts) we are looking forward to purchasing season passes this fall.
I’ve heard some people say that they want to go to Disney before they have kids, but they can’t seem to convince their significant other. So I’m here to say that if it’s a dream of yours to Visit Disney World without Kids than you should most definitely consider planning your own Disney World vacation really soon.
Disney World without kids is not only a magical place where you will make many memories, but it is also SO MUCH FUN!! But if those aren’t good enough reasons, here are some logical Reasons to Visit Disney World without Kids.
Now, some of the reasons below may seem petty or self-focused, but really it all boils down to traveling through WDW as a pair of adults is super efficient, fun, & a very enjoyable experience even without kids!
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1. Set Your Own Pace
You can go from ride, to ride, to ride, without having to slow down or take any breaks if desired.
2. Your Time Schedule
No designated nap times to follow. You can do what you want, when you want.
3. Stay Late
You can even stay until 1am during extra magic hours if you want!
4. Do What You Want
Parades or firework show? That’s completely up to you!
You can watch them where you want or skip them entirely to ride your favorite ride while the lines are much shorter.
No waiting in line for over an hour for a minute long kiddie ride.
You can eat when you want, take restroom breaks when you want, & ride rides when you want. You decide!
5. Single Rider
Always a great way to enjoy your favorite ride when there is a long line.
During our last trip we did this a few times & we even ended up sitting next to each other one time!
6. No Tears
No tears, whining about the heat, or complaining about the line length.
Although you might hear the last two mentioned from time to time by your husband.
7. Less Stuff
You don’t have to lug around as much stuff. No stroller to slow you down, no extra diapers, wipes, bottles, ect. to keep track of or carry around the park all day.
8. It’s Quicker
Because you will have less stuff to carry & push around you will be able to get around the parks & crowds of people so much quicker!
9. The Princesses
You would be surprised by how many young adults, with NO KIDS, stand in line to meet the princesses. Why would you want to meet the princesses? It’s so fun!
We always think up fun little questions to ask before having our picture taken.
For example, when we met Ariel I asked how she was able to get her red hair to match her pink dress (referring to the movie) because when I dye my hair red I can never wear pink. She (jokingly) suggested jelly fish jell.
10. WAY Less Expensive
You don’t have to purchase as many tickets, less food to order, & less souvenirs to buy. It all adds up. Disney for two is simply cheaper!
All this being said. I should admit that being around thousands of adorable babies all day long did not help my baby crazy ways! We are greatly looking forward to having our own offspring & sharing the magical Disney experience with them too!
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With love, G