Disney World bar crawls are a thing these days.
It’s certainly not an activity to bring the kids along. However, if you are over 21, then bar crawls around Disney World might be your idea of fun.
One popular bar crawl is referred to as “Drinking Around the World.”
In order to partake, you must first buy an Epcot theme ticket and then head to the World Showcase section of the park. Here you can challenge your adult companion(s) to drink one beer, wine, or cocktail beverage at each of 11 World Showcase countries. Note that World Showcase is typically open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you have less than an hour to down each beverage!
Drinking Around the World can be a lot of fun – especially with larger groups of people – but you should know your limitations and drink responsibly.
Be warned that Disney has a strict policy against public intoxication. Consider sharing your alcoholic drinks with your companions. This will save you money and prevent any regrettable incidents.
Less Challenging Bar Crawl
An alternative to Drinking Around the World is the less intensive Resort Monorail Loop bar crawl. You can any start at any one of the Magic Kingdom-area monorail resorts – The Contemporary, The Polynesian, and The Grand Floridian – and then continue on the monorail to the next stop.
These resorts offer a variety of bars to choose from, and most serve food in case you want to soak up some of that alcohol.
Bar Crawl Alternative:
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is not a bar crawl, nor does it involve alcohol. However, the Magic Kingdom scavenger hunt may appeal to some adults who are looking for something unique to do which gets you moving and doesn’t involve the rides. It’s free to play (Magic Kingdom park admission required) and takes about 5 hours before you defeat Hades to save Magic Kingdom from destruction.
If this sounds interesting, then you can learn more about this interactive card game on our Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom page.
Disneybounding is another alcohol-free activity for adults. The idea behind Disneybounding is to go to a Disney theme park dressed as a Disney character. But since Disney has strict guidelines against cosplay and costuming, then the art of Disneybounding is in its subtlety.
It’s a fun way to get creative and pay homage to your favorite Disney characters while also sticking within Disney’s dress code. See our Disneybounding Ideas page for more information.