Walt Disney World For Teenagers | Must Do Attractions

Updated: 08 Jun 2013 03:13:26 AM

Planning a visit to Walt Disney World with teenagers may feel like a challenge.

Yes, Disney does cater to young children, but they also do an amazing job catching – and keeping – the interest of all different age levels, especially if you know what attractions and special events to take advantage of.

All four of the parks offer Disney caliber movies or shows that are geared more toward older kids and teenagers.

Even some of the short movies in the parks may be appropriate for young children, but the humor may only be caught by the tween and teen set.


In the Magic Kingdom, at Mickey’s PhilharMagic, teens will appreciate the 3D show, special effects technology, and astounding 150 ft screen.

At Epcot, during Ellen’s Energy Adventure, comedienne Ellen DeGeneres dreams a familiar teen nightmare – to be stuck in a class where you know nothing about the subject.

Familiar faces help her find out as much as possible (and teach you!) about energy.

Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom boast Broadway-worthy live stage shows.

At Hollywood Studios, the magical tale of Beauty and the Beast comes to life in an outdoor theater.

And at Animal Kingdom, The Lion King story gets its turn on stage.

Teens and tweens won’t help but notice the amazing talent, costumes and wonder at the accomplishment of staging these shows multiple times per day.

Themed Restaurants

Don’t forget to take advantage of the amazing dining opportunities at the parks.

With older kids, you can skip the character meals and hit the more impressive food at the parks.

Epcot’s World Showcase offers so many different options you could eat in a different country with a different cuisine every meal of your trip.

Animal Kingdom’s Yak and Yeti, Hollywood Studio’s Sci-Fi Dine in Theater, and Magic Kingdom’s Tony’s Town Square Restaurant are well themed and have food that would satisfy anyone’s appetite.

Most importantly, when traversing Walt Disney World with your teen, have fun.

Let them know that being a grown up means you get to do cool things like take your kids to Walt Disney World.

Best Rides & Attractions

Magic Kingdom

Hollywood Studios



Disney Tickets

Magic Kingdom now cost $102 for any person age 10 or older.

Children age 3 to 9 years old pay slightly less.

A great way to save a bundle on tickets is to take advantage of one of our timeshare deals on this site.

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