Even in a park as busy as Disney World, there are plenty of chances to be romantic with your partner and just enjoy the moment and each other. Sometimes all it takes is the right spot, a romantic place or just doing something that leads to you being closer and sharing a special moment. Walt Disney World is always aware that there are couples that come to celebrate special milestones in their life, so many places have been set up just for these moments, and they always have an ear open to ideas or plans that their guests want to arrange. These are some of the most romantic places and activities at Disney World that you can head to when you want to feel the love and magic. We hope that you enjoy this Romantic Places and Activities at Disney World.
There are two distinct and very popular firework shows at Disney World every night, the Illuminations Show at Epcot and the Wishes show at Magic Kingdom. Both are fabulous and special in their own way, and a great way to end the night. If either of you are first time Disney World attendees, go with the show at Magic Kingdom, but try to reserve a table for dinner in one of the many restaurants that overlooks the view. The Illuminations Show is equally as romantic and the setting offers even more than the thinner crowds in the Magic Kingdom allow for. Watch from any of the lagoons or fountains where you can get cozy for the half hour show.
Romantic Walk Through Paris
If a romantic walk through the city of love, Paris, France, gets you and the love of your life closer together, then there is no need to jump on a flight. Instead, head to Epcot and walk around the lagoons at night with the Eiffel Tower in the background. Grab a bottle of wine for the two of you to enjoy and even take the chance to hop on a boat ride down the canal that passes by many of the countries that make up this park.
One of the most romantic, and little known, things to do at Disney World is to walk the beach in the evenings at the Polynesian Resort. Every evening the beach at The Polynesian is almost empty, and open to couples that want to take a romantic stroll on the beach, sit and cuddle or share a hammock. This also happens to be a great spot to watch the Wishes firework show from, without hundreds of people sharing the moment with you.
Romantic Meal for Two
Disney World has hundreds of restaurants for couples to choose from, and several of them make the perfect spot to have a romantic meal. Favorites include Victoria & Albert’s, Garden View Tea Room, California Grill and Bistro de Paris. When it comes down to it, almost every restaurant can be the spot for your romantic meal at the right time and for the right reason. Some folks like to share a plate of spaghetti like was done in Lady & the Tramp, others like being treated like royalty at Cinderella’s Castle. It really is about making the meal your own and enjoying the ambiance, so try to book a late dinner slot when most children are being tucked into bed.
We hope you have enjoyed our tips for finding romantic places and activities at Disney World. We hope you are inspired by this Romantic Places and Activities at Disney World post. Happy travels.
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This sounds like so much fun to go to the Disney World and try one of their romantic activities and try out their delicious food. I would love to do this during Valentine’s Day!
That would be so nice to visit there again. It has been years since my last trip.
These sound like fun places to go on Valentine’s Day. It’s been a long time since I last went to Disney.
I had no idea that Disney had romantic things to do, I always just thought about the roller coasters and characters but this sounds really nice!
I never thought of Disney World being romantic, but this looks like a great place for a couple. Thanks for sharing.
This reminds me of an episode of the Middle.lol Where Frankie & Mike have a romantic getaway at Disney! Love this list!
I miss those places in Disney World. It’s been years since we last visited!
I loved the firework shows at night. We ended up spending our Anniversary at Disney a few years ago. The kids went with us. I enjoyed our visit to Disney even though I could not ride a few of the rides.
I would love to go to Disney with the whole family. Then enjoy a nice date night just SO and I. A nice walk on the beach sounds fun!
We’ve never been to Disney World yet, but it’s definitely on our Bucket List. Can’t wait to explore it!
I would love a visit again with my husband this time around & it is going to be so much fun. We definitely love a walk on the beach & a romantic dinner would be a great idea as well.
I love that you show the adult side of Disney World. One day for sure I will convince my husband that we need to go there. It has been a dream of mine forever.
There is something about fireworks that get me every time. I love them, they are the perfect back drop for a date night.
I’ve never thought of Disney World as a romantic place to visit…but you’ve definitely opened my eyes to the possibilities! I’m bookmarking this post!
Omg!!! Victoria & Alberts is the best! When I was living in Orlando we would go there for special occasions. Always had the most fabulous of time
It’s been a while since I’ve visited Disney World and this post has inspired me to book a trip! We leave in March!
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