Get a Couple's Massage at a Resort Spa

Gifting your partner a spa treatment – or even better, time at the spa together with a couple's massage – is a luxurious gift and the perfect way to help rejuvenate from tiring days at the Walt Disney World parks. Try the spa at Saratoga Springs Resort, the Grand Floridian, or Swan and Dolphin.

Take a Fireworks Cruise

If you love fireworks book a private cruise for your sweetie!  Book a fireworks cruise on Seven Seas Lagoon to watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Or on the World Showcase Lagoon at Epcot.

See Cirque du Soleil Drawn to Life at Disney Springs

This incredible show will wow you! Head to Disney Springs for this 1.5 hour performance.  They have a 5:30pm show and 8:00pm show every day from Tuesday through Saturday. Tickets start at $85 (not including taxes and fees) and it's worth every penny!

Get Drinks at Oga's Cantina at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

There are no windows at Oga's Cantina at Hollywood Studios, so it always feels like the same time at the bar no matter if you're there in the morning, afternoon, or at night.  Make a reservation to treat your partner to a drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) in a romantically-lit setting.

Have a 3-Course Meal at the Beauty & the Beast Restaurant

If you are huge Beauty & the Beast fans, you must make a reservation at Be Our Guest.  Since it's one of the nicer options at the Magic Kingdom we recommend saving the special experience for dinner, though they serve lunch as well.

Ride the People Mover Together at Magic Kingdom

There are few rides that go at a slow pace around the Magic Kingdom and where you can cozy up to your partner in your own vehicle for a long time.  The People Mover in Tomorrowland is one of these rides. And it's so relaxing! It's a great thing to do after a meal if you ask us. Just sit, digest, and relax together.

Take an Amphicar Ride into the Water at the Boathouse

These vintage Cadillac-looking convertible cars  ride INTO the water. They're truly a blast from decades past, not a Disney World-specific invention.

They launch from Disney Springs' Boathouse.

Buy Your Partner a Glass Figurine to Remember Your Trip from Main Street's Crystal Arts

One of the most fun things to do on Main Street is watching the glassblowers create works of art. Buy your partner a Disney keepsake like a glass slipper, glass rose, Figment, or a castle replica.

Slow Down and Take in the Little Scenes Together

There are so many pockets of beautiful scenery at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom, in particular.  For example, the storybook scene at Fantasyland reminds us of villages in France. And the winding waterway between the Castle hub and Frontierland takes us back to The Netherlands.

Walk around Pandora – World of Avatar, Together at Night

Even if you don't like Avatar or have never seen it, this area of Animal Kingdom park is still awe-inspiring!  Spend time looking for all the wonderful details and hidden flowers and plants that glow in the evening. The lighting at night is beautiful and romantic.

Drink Around the World in Epcot

Drinking around the world at Epcot doesn't have to be a frat party or bachelorette party debauchery. It can be sweet and romantic. Try drinking wines around the world, including bubbly, like Champagne in France or Prosecco in Italy. Or beer in Germany and sake in Japan.

Visit Disney's BoardWalk

Our favorite “hidden gem” at Walt Disney World is Disney’s BoardWalk. There are many opportunities for romance on the boardwalk, including taking a stroll, playing boardwalk games, and renting a Surrey Bike.

Watch a Dueling Pianos Performance at Jellyrolls

Jellyrolls is the dueling pianos bar on Disney's BoardWalk. You can stay for hours listening to great songs, the humor and jokes of the pianists and enjoying the atmosphere and drinks. It is 21+ only.

Go Bowling at Splittsvile

One of the most fun dates we ever had at Walt Disney World was bowling in Disney Springs, at Splittsville. Go hungry and thirsty because the drinks and food are both YUMMY.

Ride Spaceship Earth Together

This Epcot icon is a Disney classic. It's also dark inside with ride vehicles that only accommodate two adults each and move slowly. Cozy up as you take a journey through time.


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