We are going on a cruise leaving next week. I'm wondering if most shows allow children in the audience. We are going on Royal Caribbean (Explorer) and I hear the Ice Skating show is really good, but am now wondering if we'll be able to bring our children to see it.
If they are allowed in some, and not others, could anyone let me know what they would/wouldn't be allowed to attend.
Thanks for any info.
You did not state the ages of your children, so...
Your children will be able to attend the Ice Show.
They obviously would not be able to attend the late-night shows specified for adults.
Anything else check with RCL.
Also, have you thought about a Disney Cruise if you are bringing the children?
Having sailed on Disney, I can honestly tell you that there is nothing and I mean nothing that the children cannot do or attend. In some cases, even the areas that they are signified as "adult", the children have no problem
being there, as the staff usually has a blind eye and deaf ear.
Children, therefore, are allowed over and into the entire ship.
Again, check with RCL about their policies. I just gave you my advice as a grandma(5) and a teacher.
The only shows where children aren't allowed are the late night X rated comedy shows. (They are usually around the midnight hour anyway, so the kids should be in bed)
The ice shows on the RCI Voyager class ships are the best shows of the entire cruise, IMO. I can't see any reason that children wouldn't be allowed to see those, and once again, they are great.
Disney cruises no doubt are excellent for children, but the price for a Disney cruise is generally much much higher than any of the other main line cruises. Children are not allowed in the "adult only" pool aboard Disney, but other than that, they have the run of the ship.
Have a great cruise,