Disney Springs

An entertainment mecca, the 120-acre Downtown Disney® Area (now known as Disney Springs) at Walt Disney World® Resort offers visitors the opportunity to dine, shop and dance, as well as enjoy fun-filled shows and activities from sunup until well after sundown.

At Disney Springs, you’ll discover incredible themed restaurants such as Wolfgang Puck Cafe, Planet Hollywood, T-Rex Cafe, House of Blues, Paradiso 37, Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant and Bongos Cuban Cafe.

In addition, Disney Springs features an abundance of shopping opportunities, including World of Disney Store, The Art of Disney, LEGO Imagination Center, Once Upon a Toy, Team Mickey Athletic Club and many more.

Las but not least, Disney Springs boasts outstanding entertainment venues such as Splitsville Luxury Lanes, DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park and the Cirque du Soleil show, La Nouba, a groundbreaking spectacle that combines theatrical effects, daring aerobatics, dance, circus acts, comedy and live music. Catch a movie in style at the AMC 24 Dine-In Theatres and enjoy some of the hottest musical acts at House of Blues. Get a bird’s-eye view of Walt Disney World Resort aboard a tethered hot-air balloon with Characters in Flight … Operated by Aerophile.

With a multitude of things to see and do, Disney Springs offers the perfect complement to your Disney World vacation getaway!

 

DISNEY SPRINGS STORES

Arribas Brothers
The Art of Disney
Basin
BLINK by Wet Seal
Curl by Sammy Duvall
D Street
Disney Design-a-Tee
Disney’s Candy Cauldron
Disney’s Days of Christmas
Disney’s Design-A-Tee
Disney’s Pin Traders
Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories
Ghiradelli Ice Cream & Coffee Shop
Goofy’s Candy Co.
Hallelujah Art
Hoypoloi Gallery
Initial Rings
Leather Goods
LEGO Imagination Center
Little Miss Matched
Marketplace Fun Finds
Mickey’s Pantry
Once Upon a Toy
Orlando Harley-Davidson
Pearl Factory
Pop Gallery
Rawlings Making the Game
RIDEMAKERZ
Sosa Family Cigars
The Spice & Tea Exchange
Sunglass Icon
Team Mickey Athletic Club
Tren-D
World of Disney Store

DISNEY SPRINGS DINING & RESTAURANTS

Bongos Cuban Cafe
Cookes of Dublin
Earl of Sandwich
Fulton’s Crab House
House of Blues
Paradiso 37
Portobello
Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant
Rainforest Cafe
T-REX
Wetzel’s Pretzels
Wolfgang Puck Cafe
Wolfgang Puck Express

DISNEY SPRINGS ATTRACTIONS & ENTERTAINMENT

AMC Downtown Disney 24
Characters in Flight
Cirque du Soleil La Nouba
DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park
Motorized Boat Rentals
Splitsville Luxury Lanes

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