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28 Things To Do At Disney World That Don't Require Park Tickets

If you are looking for something different to do during your next visit to the Walt Disney World Resort, then pay close attention. Today's article is going to list 28 things that you can do at Disney World any time of the year without tickets to the 4 major theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, or Disney's Animal Kingdom) or the two Water Parks (Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach).

There is so much to do at Disney World that doesn't involve tickets to the parks. Here is a list of activities that I am sure is not complete, but will give you plenty of opportunities to do something different on your next trip

  1. Golf at one of the Walt Disney World Resort's 5 Golf Courses. Call (407) 938-GOLF for tee times and more information.
  2. Rent a bike. Rentals of traditional bikes, two person and 4 person surrey bikes are available at most Moderate and Deluxe Resorts, as well as, the Disney Boardwalk area.
  3. Go Fishing. There are chartered catch and release fishing excursions and dockside fishing locations at several resorts throughout Disney World. Call (407) 939-BASS to make a reservation for the chartered excursion.
  4. Rent a watercraft. Disney World has a large fleet of motorized and non-motorized watercraft available for rent at various Disney Resorts. These include: Sea Raycers by Sea Ray® boats, sailboats, SunTRACKER® pontoon boats, Boston Whaler Montauk boats or canopy boats , pedal boats, kayaks and canoes.
  5. Pamper Yourself at a Spa. Disney World has two on site Spas. One at the Grand Floridian and the other at Saratoga Springs Resort. Each has a full list of treatments that you can receive to pamper yourself like you deserve.
  6. Horse and Pony Rides. Go horseback riding as part of your Disney World Vacation. At Fort Wilderness's Tri-Circle-D Ranch you can do just that. Make reservations or get more information at (407) WDW-PLAY.
  7. Send your kids on Disney's Pirate Adventure. A 2 hour pirate adventure on the seven seas lagoon hunting for treasure is available for 4 to 12 year olds.
  8. If you are not into Pirates, how about a Tea Party with Alice in Wonderland. Each day a tea party is held at 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian resort for lunch, dessert, and tea for children ages 4 - 12.
  9. Play Miniature Golf at either Disney's Fantasia Gardens or Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course. Both offer 36 holes of miniature golf like you've never experienced.
  10. Go on a horse drawn Carriage Ride. Visit the Port Orleans Riverside Resort for the opportunity to take an intimate 30 minute carriage ride up and down the Sassagoula River.
  11. Go Shopping at Downtown Disney. Find merchandise that is exclusive to Disney World at one of several unique shopping locations.
  12. Take a Specialty Cruise. Book one of several specialty cruises including ones that provide a wonderful view of either the Epcot Illuminations or Magic Kingdom Wishes Fireworks Displays.
  13. Richard Petty Driving Experience. Get your chance to drive a NASCAR-style stock car or ride along at Disney World's own on-site track.
  14. Go Waterskiing, Parasailing, Wakeboarding, or Tubing at Sammy Duvall's Watersports located at the Contemporary Resort's Marina.
  15. Play Tennis. Play tennis or get lessons to improve your game while at the Walt Disney World Resort.
  16. See a show at La Nouba. Cirque du Soliel has a permanent show at Downtown Disney to enable you to catch this exciting entertainment.
  17. Go on a Resort Tour. Tour one of several Disney World Resorts that provides free tours to learn about the special aspects of the resort. Tours include: Animal Kingdom Lodge, Wilderness Lodge, Grand Floridian, and Yacht Club.
  18. Go to a campfire and outdoor movie. Visit Ft. Wilderness to take part in the free nightly campfire and outdoor movie.
  19. Go Snorkeling or SCUBA Diving in the Living Seas at Epcot. There are tours (Epcot Seas Aqua Tour & DiveQuest) for each that allow you to be in the large tank at the Living Seas, but Epcot admission is not required.
  20. Take the Off-Road Segway Tour at Ft. Wilderness. Tour the trails at Ft. Wilderness on a specially designed Segway. Reserve at (407) WDW-TOUR.
  21. Hone your Archery Skills. Participate in the Archery Experience at the Ft. Wilderness Resort.
  22. Learn to Hula Dance. Free Hula lessons at the Polynesian Resort.
  23. Visit the Animals. Learn about the Animals at the Animal Kingdom Lodge on the Lodge Savannahs.
  24. Indy Racing Experience. If you are not a NASCAR fan, maybe you prefer the open wheeled INDY car racing. You can now take part in the INDYCAR Experience at Disney's Track. Visit: http://indyracingexperience.com/
  25. Visit Jellyrolls. This is the Boardwalk's Dueling Piano Bar that is a wonderful night time experience for Adults.
  26. Visit DisneyQuest. This place is the ultimate place for the video game fanatic in your family with traditional arcade games and state of the art virtual reality games.
  27. Go Dancing at the Atlantic Dance Club in Disney's Boardwalk. DJ led Dance music with no cover charge. Must be 21 or over.
  28. See free entertainment on the Boardwalk each night.

This list hardly contains everything that there is to do outside of the parks, but it lets you know that there are plenty of options. Unfortunately many of these activities do charge a fee to do them.

Plan some excitement into your next Disney World vacation by including an activity that you have never done before.

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