PHOTOS: Rob Gronkowski Visits Walt Disney World Following Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Victory

Yesterday the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Superbowl, and Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski both excitedly said they were going to Walt Disney World following the game.

Today the Disney Parks Blog shared photos of Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski’s day in the parks.


The football player looked like he had a blast at the Most Magical Place on Earth.


Gronkowski resisted the First Order with his nephew, Jayce Gronkowski as they posed for a photograph inside the queue to Rise of the Resistance.


Gronkowski and his fiancée Camille Kostek were photographed riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.


The tight end also got to hang out with Mickey and Minnie, taking his photo on a float celebrating the Buccaneer’s victory. Mickey and Minnie wore black and red athletic outfits.

5 thoughts on “PHOTOS: Rob Gronkowski Visits Walt Disney World Following Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Victory”

    • I had the same thought, My family just got back from going to Disney, and they were so strict that if you didnt wear a mask they would kick you out. We obviously wore ours without issue. Its discouraging to see that rules change for famous people. Even if he wore the mask the rest of his visit.

      • Masks are never worn on parade floats by Disney cast members either, because the floats are socially distanced enough from guests and others to merit going safely maskless. You’ll notice that Gronk was wearing a mask in other photos, though.

    • Honestly, I can’t fault him for this one. Face characters don’t wear masks on the floats to ensure you are actually seeing the character in question, so it makes sense they wouldn’t have him wear a mask either. If you’re okay with face characters being maskless in cavalcades, then this should be a non-issue as well. It could be a policy just as they have for face characters en route around the park. At least he was wearing one when he was around crowds in the park.

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