Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jul 18, 2009
    Christi from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    hi! im planning a trip for august 2010 Taking 2 sibling (18 and 19) and mother who will be celebrating birthday there...its our first time going to WDW. Im 24...so anything cool to do after dark or for my mom who will be turning 45?

    Christi,

    There are a lot of great evening things to do, from dining, to fireworks, to dueling pianos! here are a few, covering a range of interests, to consider;

    BoardWalk
    The BoardWalk is a pretty sedate but scenic walking area that is near Epcot and Hollywood Studios. It has entertainment on the walking area, as well as Jellyrolls for your mom. This dueling piano bar (21 and older) is a fun, festive place!

    Downtown Disney
    A lot more to do than the BoardWalk, including extensive Disney-themed shopping, Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba show, and several great restaurant choices.

    Theme Parks
    Don't underestimate spending some time in the parks at night. They are fun, and you can get a lot more rides in during the later hours when the under-10 set have gone to bed. In particular, your Mom might enjoy the Epcot World Showcase. The restaurants are amazing, covering almost a dozen different cuisines. The shopping brings some interesting foreign goods from around the globe, both pricey and inexpensive.

    Send me another question with info on what she likes to do, and what kinds of foods she likes, and I can offer some more specific suggestions.

    Have a magical vacation!
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