3. The "children’s" rides are not just for children.
There are some rides and attractions—Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, the Mad Tea Party, the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor—that might appear to be for a younger audience, but don’t let that fool you! Disney always has some surprises in store, and all three of these attractions (as well as many more) can be fun for adults. The Space Ranger Spin and the Mad Tea Party, for example, are both rides where you get to steer your “vehicle” and spin it or turn it at your own pace, while the Laugh Floor is an audience-based show that will leave you laughing much like you would have at a stand-up comic’s performance! There are plenty of universally-enjoyable experiences like these at Walt Disney World, so try not to rule out any attractions or rides solely on their outward appearance. You might find some Disney magic in unexpected places!