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Activities for Kids
Activities for Kids
A whopping 15,000 sq. ft. (1,394 sq. m.) are devoted to activities just for kids on the Magic Class ships, and there’s nearly twice as much space on the Disney Dream Class vessels. Naturally, there are a lot of kid-oriented activities on these ships. What else would you expect from Disney?
Oceaneer Club/Lab—A fantastic program for kids ages 3–12, with activities available daily from 9:00 am to midnight or 1:00 am. We highly recommend you encourage your kids to give these programs a try on the first day aboard. See page 200 - page 202 for more information.
FriendSHIP Rocks Show (Magic Class)—Kids registered for the Oceaneer Club/Lab on seven-night and longer cruises have the opportunity to appear in a special show on the last day or second to last day of the cruise (usually around 5:00 pm). All participants get to sing on stage with Mickey and receive a souvenir (such as a T-shirt). Held in the Walt Disney Theatre.
Swimming—We dare you to keep them out of the water! See page 206 for details.
Arcade—Arcades are now but a memory on all four ships. On the Magic Class they were replaced by tweens program areas and on the Dream Class by extra-cost ice cream and candy shops—Vanellope's Treats & Sweets (Disney Dream) and Sweet on You (Disney Fantasy).
Games—There are often pool games and Ping-Pong on deck 9/11, board games in the Oceaneer Club/Lab, basketball on deck 10/13, and shuffleboard on deck 4. There is no charge for these games.
Movies and Shows—Most of the movies playing are kid-friendly! And the stage shows in the Walt Disney Theatre are well-liked by kids. See page 209 for details.
Sports—The sports deck on deck 10 forward/13 aft is just the thing for young sports fans.
Deck Parties—The deck parties are very popular with kids! See page 207 for details.
Snacks—The opportunity to eat ice cream and hot dogs without forking over money is a real treat for kids! We don’t think it’s a coincidence that quick-service hot dogs, burgers, pizza, ice cream, and fruit are right by the kids and family pools. See page 175 for details.
Character Meet & Greets—Disney friends come out for autographs and photos many times during your cruise. For details, see page 567.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique—Popular at Disney’s theme parks, this salon (Magic Class deck 10 forward—added to the Disney Wonder in fall 2016, Dream Class deck 5 midship) offers fairy-dusted make-overs for the little princesses of the family, including hair, makeup, nails, and accessories. Prices run from $50-$595, with add-ons including full costumes and photo packages. On Pirates Night, the boutique morphs into Pirates League, offering buccaneer make-overs for all ages. Pirate make-overs start at $35, including bandannas, eye patches, swords, beards, and the like. The full make-over for kids ($100) adds wardrobe items like tunics, sashes, and hats. Special Star Wars packages are available for guests who sail during the Star Wars Days at Sea—kids can get done up as Princess Leia, Rey, Poe Dameron, and Kylo Ren.
Top Photo Slice: Kids love to swim! (℗ 53353) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx
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