Many of our fans are gearing up to celebrate Father’s Day this weekend. If you’re heading to Disney, then here are some ways you can celebrate the special day!

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Theme Parks

Some guys never had the chance to visit Disney as a kid themselves. But going with a family can help make it an experience they’ll never forget. They can still be a kid at heart by having a day of adventure at the Disney Parks. There is such a lighthearted feeling to be amongst loved ones while visiting the most magical place on Earth.

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Golfing at Disney World

How about a game of golf? Disney World offers some of the nation’s best golf courses, so it’s worth checking out for yourself! Playing a game with your friends is a great way to start the day. Plus, you can head out for dinner and drinks at Disney Springs afterwards.

Traveling around World Showcase at Epcot

Nothing beats good food and drinks with friends. Especially when mixed with the rides and entertainment at Epcot! Epcot is a great place to go because of the festivals and music offerings. Also, it’s close to the Disney Boardwalk if you want to head there for fun.

Related: Limited edition Father’s Day Magic Band available at Disney World

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