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Activities for Adults on a Disney Cruise

Contrary to popular belief, a Disney cruise isn’t just for kids. There are plenty of adults that love Disney and will enjoy a Disney cruise, but even if you aren’t a Disney fanatic it can still be an amazing family holiday. Disney knows how to take care of the adults on board, and has certain areas or events that are just for them. If you’re going to be cruising with kids, here are some of the top places and things to check out on your Disney cruise ship:

  1. The Spa

    If relaxing is what you look forward to most while on holiday, then be sure to check out the on board spa. A variety of treatments are available, including massages, facials, manicures, and more. There is also a fitness centre on most ships, where you can make use of treadmills, weights, and other equipment. Sometimes there are even classes held for aerobics, golf, and other activities.

  2. Palo

    On board some Disney ships there are adult-only dining rooms, such as Palo on the Disney Magic. You must be 18 or older to eat here, and reservations are required as well as an additional fee. However, the atmosphere and the food make it all worth it. If you’re looking for a romantic evening with a significant other or just a true fine dining experience, you’ll find it here.

  3. Adults-only Pools

    Many of the Disney ships have an adults-only pool, such as the Quiet Cove Pool on the Disney Magic. It is a quieter, more calm environment if you’re looking for a quick swim or to simply sit in a chair and relax poolside. There are usually whirlpool and hot tubs to be found in the area as well.

  4. Nightclubs and Lounges

    Though many of these venues are open to everyone during the day for a variety of different activities, at night they become more exclusive to just adults. There are a variety of different places to check out, whether you’re looking for a sports bar to catch the game, a classy bar for a good drink, or a happening night club with a great dance floor.

  5. Art Gallery

    The art gallery is not strictly limited to adults, but you won’t find many children around here most of the time. You can go to just take a look and check out the art that’s available, or you can go to place a bid or make a purchase.

  6. Trivia, Classes, and More

    During the day a variety of activities are offered, including many that are for adults only or appeal mostly to adults. You might be able to do a wine tasting, play beer trivia, or learn some cooking techniques from the Disney chefs.

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