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  • On Aug 20, 2008
    Jennifer from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My husband and I are celebrating our 10 year wedding anniv. next summer at WDW. What is the best suggested restaurant/activity to do to celebrate?


    First of all...Congratulations!  No matter what you do, I'm sure you'll have a great time celebrating 10 years at WDW.

    I hope you don't mind but I'm not a fan of just giving one suggestion, since I really don't know your budget and preferences.  Instead, I'll suggest several options and let you pick the best option for the two of you.  So here are the best suggestions I can offer:

    - Go on one of the WDW tours together (Keys to the Kingdom, Segway, etc.)
    - Scuba dive together at DiveQuest
    - Reserve a romantic dinner with a view of the Magic Kingdom's fireworks at either Narcoossee's or California Grill
    - Go on a private Illuminations cruise, or Wishes cruise
    - Watch the fireworks from the Polynesian Resort beach (free, and tres romantic!)
    - Dine at the Coral Reef and prearrange a DiveQuest diver to swim by your table with a "Happy Anniversary" sign and/or prearrange a custom menu with photos and a note from you. Both of these are free services, but they are limited. Contact the Coral Reef via email ( for more information.

    And if money is not an issue, consider some very deluxe options:
    - Charter the "Grand 1" yacht at the Grand Floridian Resort
    - Dine at the Chef's Table at Victoria & Alberts

    Regardless of what you decide to do, please be sure to pick up a pair of anniversary buttons at Guest Services. They have a way of making more Magic come your way all day long!!
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