Hello readers! Today starts my new series “Top 5 Things For Teens”. According to each post’s theme, I will be listing 5 things I think every teen should do at Walt Disney World.
Today I will be writing about my top 5 picks for teens to do on a spring break trip to WDW! I chose each of these things by asking myself what would I do if I only had the chance to do five things on a short trip. Once you’ve checked out my list, tell me your favorites by leaving a comment!
1. Tomorrowland (Magic Kingdom Park)
Yes, I just listed Tomorrowland. Meaning I think you should explore the entirety of it! Wether it is going to Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe for lunch and watching the amazing Sonny Eclipse, or taking a ride on the Tommorland Transit Authority PeopleMover or Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress, this is the best and most nostalgic land to me.
2. Amphicar Rides (Disney Springs)
If you’re at The Boathouse marina located at Disney Springs, I recommend you take a guided tour on an Amphicar! Amphicars drive on land and float in water. This is the only place in the world you can get a ride on one of these, so I say you should definitely try to get on one! The tour is 20 minutes long and costs $125.
3. Haunted Mansion (Magic Kingdom Park)
Haunted Mansion might be my favorite attraction on all of Disney property. It is the perfect dark ride. It’s creepy (in all the best ways), nostalgic, and most of all, fun. Everything about it is beautifully detailed, from the queue, to the mansion, the Cast Members’ costumes, and especially the ride itself. If you have never been on this attraction, then I recommend you do as soon as you get to Magic Kingdom Park!
4. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (Hollywood Studios)
For those of you who love the exhilaration of drop rides, this is the attraction for you! The theming and backstory is just as wonderfully thought out as anything Disney does and, just like in Haunted Mansion, the Cast Members’ costumes are great. I don’t like many thrill rides, but The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is one of my favorite attractions in all of WDW.
5. World Showcase (Epcot)
I always have a wonderful, memorable time at World Showcase. Walking through countries while having culinary and cultural experiences is so unique to any other theme park out there! You can ride numerous attractions, meet Cast Members from their homeland, eat delicious, authentic meals from tons of great restaurants and even meet some characters!
Those are my top 5 picks for you, but what are your must sees at Walt Disney World? Are you visiting Disney property on your Spring Break? If so what and where will you be visiting? Tell me in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you!
Thanks for reading and have magical day! – Ruby 8:)
Ruby is a fourteen year old Disney fan, and she credits her mom with starting her early love of Disney. In addition to her enthusiasm for Disney, Ruby enjoys singing, drawing and writing. She will be reviewing Disney-related topics that are of interest to younger Disney fans—and their parents and grandparents!