Best of the Disney Fantasy for Children, Tweens & Teens
Disney Vacation Guide to the Disney Fantasy fun for young travelers
There’s nothing that Disney hasn’t thought of when it comes to creating the most magical atmosphere possible on the Disney Fantasy. There’s something for children of all ages; from infant to teenager and everything in between!
It’s a Small World Nursery
Cheerful, 3D facades, closely resembling Disney World’s classic It’s a Small World attraction, welcome you to the main play area of the Disney Fantasy’s nursery. Your kids will love playing with the hands-on, interactive features of the space. There are wheels that spin, horns that honk and buttons begging to be pushed! At the center of the room is a boat that “floats” along a river pattern on the soft-surface floor. The boat is surrounded by chairs and tables perfect for reading books, playing games and doing crafts.
The Oceaneer Club
Children between the ages of 3 and 10 play to their hearts’ content on Deck 5 among friendly monsters, Disney fairies and familiar-looking toys at the Fantasy’s Oceaneer Club. They’re dazzled by the fiber optics that create constellations of Disney characters across the ceiling of the central rotunda which serves as the main gathering place at the Oceaneer Club. This effect gives the space a sparkly, magical glow.
Club Edge for Tweens
On Deck 13 is a cool, comfy lounge for kids between the ages of 11 and 13. Club Edge offers high-tech entertainment in a funky, retro space. Tweens make use of the notebook computers which have been integrated right into Edge’s design. They use them to play games and communicate with other tweens via video, messaging and other stuff they’ll be able to figure out better than you or I could!
Club Vibe for Teens
Club Vibe is a trendy spot on Deck 5 of the Disney Fantasy which offers a cool, plush pad for teens aged 14-17. There are video games to be played, new friends to meet and more than enough fun to keep kids happy while they’re getting away from their parents. Club Vibe is a 9,000-square-foot club requires swipe card access. How cool!
Would your kids have more fun on a vacation at sea or on land?