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Disney has movies and attractions even for adults

Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. Credit: AP / Reinhold Matay

Are you ever too old for Disney? No! Nobody is too old to watch Disney movies and shows and even go to Disney theme parks. Disney has something for everyone.

We all start out wanting to be princesses or pirates or wish Buzz and Woody were our best friends, and we all love Mickey and his adorable group of friends. Every parent has a complete set of Disney animated movies that their young children watch over and over. Childhood is not complete without seeing movies such as “Toy Story,” “Finding Nemo” and “Frozen.”

Even when we outgrow (or so we think) those animated movies, Disney has a whole bunch of shows geared toward tweens and teens such as “Girl Meets World,” “Liv and Maddie” and “Best Friends Whenever.” What parents love about Disney shows is that they always have positive role models for kids. What kids love are their relatable characters and situations.

Disney theme parks are fun no matter how old you are. Disney is not just rides for toddlers and little kids. They have the little teacups and Goofy’s Barnstormer for the little kids, but they also have Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and Space Mountain for the teenagers and adults who are looking for more of a thrill. There are rides for whatever level of excitement you seek.

Parents love Disney because going to Disney theme parks and watching Disney movies remind them of their childhood. It is great for parents to see the delight in their children’s faces when seeing characters that they enjoyed as kids as well. Disney characters are timeless and generation after generation continue to enjoy them.

So you see, no matter if you are 5 or 55, you will still find yourself enjoying something Disney has to offer. Just go to any Disney theme park and you will see for yourself. Disney knows no age limit.


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