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Disney Cruise Line Children's Activities & Kids Clubs

Adult Activities | Child Activities

 

There's no end to the fun in store for kids aboard Disney Cruise Line®. Special programs, shows, Disney Characters and kid-friendly menus are just some of what you can look forward to in this family friendly environment.

There are a variety of pools & splash areas for the kids to enjoy. At Mickey's Pool, they can slide down the chute into the water below. At Goofy's Pool & Donald's Pool there's always music in the air and fun activities. Your little guy still in diapers? No problem. Try Nemo's Reef or the Nephews' Splash Zone. On the Dream and Fantasy, kids over 42" tall can brave the AquaDuck water coaster, or on the Disney Magic, kids over 48" can try the AquaDunk drop-slide.

Crave a snack? Fresh fruit, ice cream, burgers, pizza, fries, hot dogs, chicken fingers, paninis, wraps, etc. are yours for the asking.

There's even a movie theater onboard where you can catch the latest Disney flicks.

The Disney characters are on hand to meet and greet the little (and big) cruisers. Not only are the "Fab Five" there, but Disney Princesses, Lilo & Stitch and even Captain Jack Sparrow are ready for a photo and autograph.  Character Greetings are available throughout the day. For a schedule of Disney Character appearances, check the Personal Navigator—the Disney Cruise Line daily newsletter detailing all there is to see and do—once you're onboard the ship or check the message board in the Lobby Atrium for more details about Character Greetings.

Of course, once your child discovers the fun in store at the youth clubs, you may barely see them during your voyage. These amazing centers will keep your child entertained while you get to catch some rays or enjoy a relaxing spa treatment.


 

Disney's Oceaneer Club

This lavish children's activity center is the ideal place for children 3 to 12 to dress up as a favorite Disney character, play computer games and enjoy a wide variety of supervised themed activities throughout the day. While some activities are recommended for certain age groups, participation is based on a child's interest level and maturity - not age. As a result of this, siblings and friends can play together without restriction.

Ship: Disney Magic
Kids can travel to several fun destinations! The central library serves as a hub and includes an area for storytelling and character visits, plus a huge plasma screen where kids can watch movies. Kids will want to visit Andy's Room as the gang from Toy Story comes to life, Mickey Mouse Club for games and crafts, Pixie Hollow for dress-up or craft projects, and Marvel's Avengers Academy where they can learn from their favorite super heroes.

 

Ship: Disney Wonder
Kids can travel to several fun destinations! The central library serves as a hub and includes an area for storytelling and character visits, plus a huge plasma screen where kids can watch movies. Kids will want to visit Andy's Room as the gang from Toy Story comes to life, Disney Junior for games and crafts, Frozen Adventures for sing-alongs and games, and Marvel's Super Hero Academy where they can learn from to be an Avenger.


Ship: Disney Dream
Kids will explore several themed lands, all filled with fun. Step into the central rotunda, as its night-like blue ceiling twikles with a constellation of Disney pals. This hub features a stage area for storytelling and character visits, plus a Magic PlayFloor and a huge plasma screen where kids can watch movies or interact with Crush from Finding Nemo. Kids will also want to visit Andy's Room as the gang from Toy Story comes to life, the Disney Infinity Game room to try to latest video games, Pixie Hollow for dress-up or craft projects, and Star Wars: Millennium Falcon where they can fly the "fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy."

 

Ship: Disney Fantasy
Kids will explore several themed lands, all filled with fun. Step into the central rotunda, as its night-like blue ceiling twikles with a constellation of Disney pals. This hub features a stage area for storytelling and character visits, plus a Magic PlayFloor and a huge plasma screen where kids can watch movies or interact with Crush from Finding Nemo. Kids will also want to visit Andy's Room as the gang from Toy Story comes to life, Star Wars: Command Post to train with a Jedi, Pixie Hollow for dress-up or craft projects, and Marvel Super Heroes Academy where they can learn to become an Avenger.


 

Disney's Oceaneer Lab

This activity center dedicated to adventure and exploration is the ideal place for children ages 3 to 12 to play games, perform educational experiments, access computer games and enjoy a wide variety of supervised activities. Kids 8 to 12 years of age also can check themselves in and out of Disney's Oceaneer Lab at their parents' discretion.

Ship: Disney Magic
Set aboard Captain Hook's pirate ship, this area is filled with adventure! Kids can head to the Animator's Studio to try their hand at drawing their favorite characters, the Captain's Workshop to kick back or play video games, the Craft Studio for hands-on arts & crafts, and the Navigation Game Station to hunt for lost treasure using computers and large LED screens.

Ship: Disney Wonder
Set inside the Society of Explorers and Adventurers club, this area is filled with adventure! Kids can head to the Animator's Studio to try their hand at drawing their favorite characters, the Craft Studio for hands-on arts & crafts, and the Wheelhouse to hunt for lost treasure using computers and large LED screens.

Ship: Disney Dream
Step into the high-tech main hall, featuring a Magic PlayFloor and a huge plasma TV, then head to several different themed areas. Kids can head to the Animator's Studio to try their hand at drawing their favorite characters, the Craft Studio for hands-on arts & crafts, the Media Room to kick back or play video games, Playmation to virtually interact with The Avengers, and the Wheelhouse to hunt for lost treasure using computers and large LED screens.

 

Ship: Disney Fantasy
Step into the high-tech main hall, featuring a Magic PlayFloor and a huge plasma TV, then head to several different themed areas. Kids can head to the Animator's Studio to try their hand at drawing their favorite characters, the Craft Studio for hands-on arts & crafts, the Media Room to kick back or play video games, Sound Studio to create their own music, and the Wheelhouse to hunt for lost treasure using computers and large LED screens.

 


 

Edge

This special lounge is available exclusively to tweens - children 11 to 14 years of age.

Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Tweens can kick back in a common lounge area, play videogames, watch television and participate in arts and crafts. Tweens can also sing karaoke, go on scavenger hunts and take part in special themed nights. The space features kid-friendly computers, videogame consoles with the latest games and plush couches for relaxing with new friends.

Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy

It's hi-tech entertainment including an illuminated dance floor, notebook computers and a state-of-the-art video wall stretching 18 feet long and nearly 5 feet tall. Edge's prime location offers views of the pool decks below with portholes providing silhouetted views of AquaDuck riders as they zoom through the water coaster.

 


 

Vibe

It's "teens-only" in this exclusive space for those ages 14 through 17. Here, teenage guests can listen to music, watch television, play videogames or take part in a number of other activities chaperoned by some of the coolest counselors at sea.

Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Designed to resemble a college dorm recreation room or hip urban coffee shop, this space boasts plush couches, a dance floor, a mirrored wall and a bar with stools. This teen haven offers opportunities to socialize with cruisers their own age with flat-screen televisions, videogames, board games, DVD players and a wide range of fun activities like dance parties and karaoke.

Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
This indoor/outdoor lounge has the look and feel of a hip urban coffee shop and stylish nightclub with mod, movable furniture and cushy chairs to relax in style. The venue features a coffee bar, multi-screen video wall and a media room for catching a movie on a 103-inch LCD screen with digital surround sound. A lighted, multi-color disco floor and video wall set the stage for dance parties, where aspiring DJs can spin and mix tracks. For a laid-back experience, teens can recline in individual nooks and watch a personal video screen or play video games. The private outdoor deck provides fun in the sun with mod chairs and chaise lounges for sunbathing plus "splash" pools, fountains, pop jets and misters to cool off. There are also deck games such as ping-pong, foosball and a giant checkerboard.

 

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