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Club Disney at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Offers Fun for Little Ones

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Have you visited Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort lately? The resort just opened a brand-new children’s activity center called Lilo’s Playhouse, which is a great place for little ones to play while their parents catch some alone time.

Child-Sized Fun at New Club Disney Child-Sized Fun at New Club Disney

The look of the “club” was inspired by classic Disney Little Golden Books tales like “Pinocchio,” “Lady and the Tramp” and “Alice in Wonderland.” Here, kids ages 3-12 can play dress up, create crafts, play games, engage in storytelling activities, enjoy movie nights and more with our children’s activity coordinators. Here’s a peek inside:

To book, call: 407-WDW-DINE.


  • While I’m sad to see so much of the Peter Pan themeing of The Neverland Club go away, the updates seem very appropriate for today’s children. Nice job on the renovation!

  • Jennifer,
    I just love this article. The Polynesian has always been one of those Disney Resorts that became iconic for me going back over almost 40 years and my first visit.
    While we stayed at Fort Wilderness Resort, my six siblings and I would with our Parents would visit the Polynesian to dine or on Sunday they would have service there at what is now the Neverland Club.
    With the changes at the Polynesian it feels even more authentic, like a tropical Polynesian getaway with flowers,plants and decor to bring you right into the Polynesian Resort story, one that has always been a favorite.
    I love seeing it be re-imagined into a such a wonderful Resort to spend your next vacation at.

  • typo catch –
    “Little Golden Books” – not gold
    (from a chldren’s lit professor with an eye for these things)

  • This is very nice, but I thought the Neverland Club was equally as charming and sweet. Plus unique!

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