After planning six major WDW trips over nearly two decades “encumbered” with kids vacation times and my allowable time off, I’m about to retire and be a lot less encumbered. My wife, being the saint that she is, is allowing me to plan a post-retirement ultimate vacation, a multi-month WDW trip! We have a “DS21DS”, a 21-year-old son with Down Syndrome that will be joining us. My other two now-working kids are understandably jealous.
In an earlier post I asked about things to do inside the world when you have lots of time, for which I go some great suggestions. Some folk also replied with good ideas outside the world too, but I wanted a separate post asking all the avid long-term liners about fun stuff outside the world—again, when you have more time and not packing in rides. Some things already on the list are:
- Annual Passes to USF and KSC
- Trips to KSC for every potential rocket launch. Launch or abort, it will still will be a fun day at the beach.
- Some local Museums (DW’s favorite is the Tiffany Museum, probably Orlando Museum of Art)
- Probably a trip to Lego Land. My son still likes Lego.
We will have a car, so are fully mobile. The only real restriction is we’d like to keep it day trips. What fun places do you like within that range of WDW?