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Disney isn’t just for kids anymore. Beyond the nostalgia of classic films like Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella that inspired the iconic castles in Disneyland and Walt Disney World, beyond the caloric splurge of (albeit delightful) cinnamon sugar–coated churros and massive “kitchen sink

Disney isn’t just for kids anymore. Beyond the nostalgia of classic films like Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella that inspired the iconic castles in Disneyland and Walt Disney World, beyond the caloric splurge of (albeit delightful) cinnamon sugar–coated churros and massive “kitchen sink” ice cream sundaes, beyond the myriad mouse ears worn by fans both tall and small, there are countless draws for guests of all ages. The opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at theme parks in both California and Florida appeals to lifelong fans of the epic struggle between Jedi and the Dark side. Marvel enthusiasts can appreciate the MCU themes in the Guardians of the Galaxy–Mission: Breakout! ride, hero-centric evening events, and the forthcoming “Marvel Land” in Disney’s California Adventure. Parkgoers less interested in movies and more driven by immersive theming can ride a safari vehicle through a 110-acre savanna in Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort or wander through any and all of the 11 Epcot pavilions that embody global cultures and traditions. Here, AFAR presents a mix of inspiration and practical tips for families, “childless millennials,” and every demographic in between. Learn how to inspire global curiosity in budding young travelers, where to find the healthiest food in the theme parks, which of Walt Disney World’s 30+ resort hotels is right for you, how to book the most over-the-top Disney experiences, and more.