• On Jan 29, 2018
    Ruth from ON 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.

    We are visiting Walt Disney World in February. Is there an area where Seniors can go for a rest in the afternoon away from everything?

    Hello Ruth, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    A trip to the Walt Disney World Resort is so memorable and so much fun with the more mature members of my family. We tend to pack a lot of activities into each day of our vacation and a rest in the middle of the day sounds like a good idea.

    If you are staying at a Resort Hotel on Disney property, your seniors may want to hop on a boat, bus or monorail back to their room for a few hours to refresh and recharge. If you are not staying on property, there are a few places where you can sit and take a load off and rest. Unfortunately, there is no designated area for seniors to rest at the present time. Grabbing a snack at any quick service restaurant will allow you to relax in comfort for a while. Personally, I like to sit on the benches along World Showcase at Epcot and take in the sights and sounds in the area. My mom prefers to find a shady spot in Tomorrowland near the Launching Pad in the Magic Kingdom Park when she just wants to chill with a Mickey Bar for a while. If you have any other questions, please visit us again.

    See ya real soon,
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Meet the Panelist: Andrea, Ohio

Hi there, I am Andrea from the Buckeye State. A very proud mom to my princess who is a former Miss Ohio. Friends and family describe me as a "Disney Nerd" and Star Wars fangirl. I have made 30 trips and counting to the Walt Disney World Resort in all stages of life since 1972 as a small child, a young mom with a toddler and now as an empty nester. The love of vacation planning runs strong in my family. My uncle had it, I have it and with my help, you will have it too. Learn More About Andrea

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