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Take 5 with Romance at Disney Parks

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Romance at Walt Disney World Resort

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Will you be celebrating with a special someone at Disney Parks? Take a look at some of our most romantic Disney Parks Blog posts for ideas on filling your visit with love.

What are some of your ideas for romance at Disney Parks? Let us know in the comments.

Top 5: Romance at Disney Parks

  1. Your Favorite Romantic Memory. . . – Guests share their romantic memories of Disneyland Resort.
  2. For the Princess in Your Life – Find out how to make the fairy tale come to life with the help of Disney Floral & Gifts.
  3. Top 10 Proposal Ideas at Disney – Are you planning to surprise your valentine with the question this year? Check out these suggestions for where to pop the question at Walt Disney World.
  4. Romantic Restaurants at Walt Disney World Resort – If you’re looking for a special place to dine at Walt Disney World, this list has it covered.
  5. Moms Panel: Top 5 Tips for Romance at Walt Disney World Resort – You can always count on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel for helpful information – and this time they are sharing tips for romance at Walt Disney World.

Comments

  • 2003 my husband( then boyfriend)bought my engagement ring at Cinderella’s castle and proposed that night. We didn’t care that it was a $12 ring, the story makes it all worth it! The magic of Main Street lights at night are really beautiful especially after the crowds have cleared.
    By the way, I did get a REAL diamond at our wedding!

  • Port Orleans Riverside and a romantic walk along the river. Sharing international treats and drinks while strolling the World Showcase promenade. Sharing lunch on the outdoor patio at Raglan Road in Downtown Disney. Going on all the “big kid” rides and skipping all the kiddie rides. It was the best second honeymoon trip!

    Shawn- So much to do; golf, water sports, single rider lines, whatever restaurant you desire, “big kid” rides and no kids or spouse to slow you down!

  • Great! Now how about a post about how to enjoy the parks as a single adult with no spouse or children in tow?

  • No sweat there Thomas just found it…in Disneyland…we usually go to Disney world!~

  • Hey Thomas Smith as they say in these here parts, I like the cut of your jib! Your posts are great ….I got a question, where is Paradise Pier located?? I thought I knew where most things are in Disney but this one I do not……thanks!

    Cheers

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