About WDWForGrownups

Welcome to WDW For Grownups—a resource for anyone planning to spend any amount of time (an hour? a year?), without kids, at Walt Disney World. We’re not re-inventing the wheel as there are already hundreds of well-written websites about Walt Disney World; our goal is to gather the best of the best and organize them to suit your needs.

Note that WDWforgrownups.com is a little bit different from guidebooks you may have seen on this topic:

  • We don’t assume that A.) you’re rich, B.) you’re in love, or C.) you dislike children (although you can be any or all of these things and still find this guide useful).
  • We do assume that you’ve chosen a Walt Disney World vacation because you want to feel like a kid again…but still eat great food, relax in a “family-friendly” atmosphere, and have one-of-a-kind experiences. If those things aren’t true, or if you wanted to avoid all things childlike, you probably would have chosen an entirely different vacation spot.

 

Walt Disney World has 42 square miles of fun and entertainment to experience, and yes, it has a “magic” to it that even grown-ups feel. There’s lots to do and see, so the purpose of this resource is to gather links and information that will help you to easily and efficiently plan a vacation that’s right for you. As you can see, the site has been divided into sections based on trip purpose:

  • Visiting with friends or family
  • Planning a wedding, honeymoon, or romantic getaway
  • Planning or attending a convention or conference in or around WDW
  • Spending time solo at WDW

 

We’ve been to Walt Disney World countless times without kids—alone, with friends, with family, on business trips, and as a couple. We’ve done long trips, short trips, bare-bones budget trips, and “splurge” trips. We’ve done fit-it-all-into-two-days trips and lay-in-a-hammock-for-two-weeks trips. We’ve got good experience, but we certainly don’t know it all. If you’ve stumbled upon a fantastic link you don’t see here, please submit it to the site. Also, please feel free to write and let us know what we’re missing or what could more helpful to you!

Suggestions or comments: webmaster@wdwforgrownups.com

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