18 Things At Disney World That Are Funner For Disney Adults Than Kids
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1.Monorail Dinner Crawl
2.Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run
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Listen, I love seeing how little ones' faces light up when they see Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, but riding Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run means that two people will be driving the Millennium Falcon, and the controls are sensitive. The ride is much smoother and more enjoyable when the two people in the drivers seats have driver's licenses and work together. If you're super competitive like me, and don't like getting dissed by Hondo Ohnaka about how badly you drove, you'll opt for grabbing your friend group to fly alongside you instead of your family.
5.Skyliner Bar Crawl
6.Drawn to Life
7.Epcot's Flower & Garden Festival
9.Disney's Keys to the Kingdom Tour
10.Nighttime Spectacular Hustle
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On select nights, show times for Fantasmic! at Hollywood Studios, Harmonius at Epcot, and Enchantment at the Magic Kingdom will line up perfectly so, with a Park Hopper ticket, you can hustle between the parks and see all three in one night. Is it tiring? Heck yes. Is there room for error? Heck no. You have probably a maximum of 30 minutes to get from park to park between each show, but it's pretty cool to see all three nighttime spectaculars right after the other. While there is no doubt in my mind kids would love seeing all three back-to-back, the nighttime spectaculars are pretty late, and you have the best chance of getting to each one if you can efficiently weave through the massive crowds of people and strollers exiting the parks.
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