I have been visiting Walt Disney World every year of my life for as long as I can remember.
Each year, my family and I stay in the same hotel in Disney World. From an objective point of view, going to the same place every year seems like it can get boring. It definitely can, depending on the place.
However, in the case of Disney, the fun doesn’t end with your childhood.
Instead, it grows and changes with you. There is something new each year. Experiencing Disney as an adult allows you to notice and enjoy things that may have passed you by as a child.
One thing to experience as an adult that you could not as a child is the enjoyment of libations from around the world.
In Epcot, you can enjoy France’s greatest wines, refreshing limoncello in Italy, exotic sake in Japan, and a hearty stein of beer in Germany.
In addition to the alcoholic fun, Disney Springs is a Fantastyland for adults.
The shopping and dining scene is unmatched in all Disney. Most stores in Disney World sell strictly Disney-related merchandise. In Disney Springs, you’ll be pleased to find retail favorites like Zara, Anthropologie, Lily Pulitzer, Free People, Sephora, and many others. Beyond the shopping scene, you’ll find a variety of hip venues like the House of Blues to enjoy a cocktail and some dancing. You can also have some fun at Splitsville Luxury Lanes for a fine-dining bowling experience. For the gamers out there is DisneyQuest, a gigantic indoor arcade with every kind of interactive activity imaginable.
Ten years ago, Disney Springs was tiny.
Since then, it has grown and continues to grow to this day. There are new sections which, just a year ago, were nothing. You’ll find the atmosphere of constant change not only at Disney Springs, but at all the Disney Parks. Every year there seems to be something new, something updated, and something that I had never seen or noticed before. There is endless fun for everyone at Walt Disney World, regardless of your age. So, the next time someone chuckles at the mention of your excitement about your next Disney Trip, tell them that they’re the one who’s missing out!