Park Savers: 3 Areas to Find Peace and Quiet at Disney World
You and the kids are having the time of your lives in the “Most Magical Place on Earth.” But not even Mickey can prevent your overstimulated little one from being on the brink of a meltdown from time to time. Fortunately, you can keep the kids — and yourself — happy by stealing away for some peace and quiet at a few hidden gems at the park, according to Park Savers. Here’s a rundown on the top three areas of the park to visit if your little one needs a little time for recharging.
- 1) Tom Sawyer Island (The Magic Kingdom)
This island has a pretty low-profile status, so take advantage of it. Here, you and your little one can rest on shady benches and sit down for a relaxing picnic when you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the park. You can also have fun on the trails and playgrounds.
- 2) Victoria Gardens (Epcot)
Although Epcot is known to be quieter than other parts of Disney World, it can still get packed, particularly during festivals. Fortunately, you can enjoy a charming walk through alluring rolling hills at Victoria Gardens. You can even rest on a bench as you and your little one take in the gorgeous flowers and waterways.
- 3) Liberty Square Riverboat (The Magic Kingdom)
If you love boating, then you’ll enjoy taking an air-conditioned ride on the Liberty Square Riverboat. Your little one will also enjoy being on the water sans the bustle you’ll experience in other parts of The Magic Kingdom.
Dean has been reporting news on the Disney theme parks for over 10 years. His experience includes working at the theme parks, attending previews and openings and of course writing about anything newsworthy that’s happening at the parks. He enjoys spending time at his home resort Disneyland with his family.