• On Sep 2, 2018
    Malissa from WI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    I am planning a big girl trip to WDW our party will include 2 adult women(over 21)and 3 teen girls(18, 16,15) I am looking for activities that teen girls can do together without the moms, that are not for "little girls", maybe at Disney Springs

    Hey there, Malissa!

    Aren't girlfriend getaways the best? Nothing makes me happier than spending quality time with my gal pals at Walt Disney World Resort. There's so much to see and do while you reconnect with your "besties."

    There are so many things that your teen companions could enjoy on their own. Here's an itinerary for a night out for them:

    1. Dine at one of the quick-service restaurants found in the hotels on the monorail loop near Magic Kingdom Park. For instance, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has fabulous shopping for teenage girls. They could check out the shops on the first and second floors of the lobby after having dinner at Gasparilla Island Grill

    2. From Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, they could catch a complimentary bus to Winter Summerland Miniature Golf or Fantasia Gardens and Fairways Miniature Golf. Dusk is the perfect time to have a little competitive fun on one of their whimsical courses. 

    3. After a round or two of miniature golf, take complimentary Disney transportation to Disney Springs. What teenage girl doesn't like to shop? There are so many wonderful new retail establishments to explore here, although I think they'd particularly enjoy UNIQLO and Marketplace Co-Op

    4. Add a little chocolate at Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop and I think you have the recipe for a perfect night.

    Have fun!
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