Disney Springs

01/Another Way to Play

The reimagining of Downtown Disney to Disney Springs is nearly complete, and it’s a whole new world, full of unbelievable sights, incredible food, and exciting stores. Divided into four distinct districts, each has its own magical Disney personality with something for everyone in the family to enjoy (don’t you dare close your eyes— there’s a hundred thousand things to see.)

So, leave the world behind and bid your cares goodbye! Just bring a heart that’s filled with wonder and let Disney Springs do the rest.

Story by Kellilynn Hann
Paintings by Jon Artigas

02/West Side: Adventurers

If you’re the adventurous type, the West Side is for you. Not only will you be treated to live music that will have you singing and dancing like Sebastian, you’ll find themed shops, lively restaurants, and exciting activities that will let those eyes sparkle and shine.

Don’t just fly, soar
— Dumbo

Insider Tip:

There’s so much happening on the West Side, it’s easy to get distracted. That’s part of the adventure, but if you have “must do” things on your list, plan them for the beginning of your visit so you don’t run out of time.

Star Wars™ Galactic Outpost

Feel the Force pull you into this awesome alcove packed with gifts and collectibles. See it, you must.

Super Hero Headquarters

This MARVELous new shop looks like the offices of S.H.I.E.L.D. and has so much Marvel fans will adore, from comic books and collectibles to hats and shirts. You can even get your face on a superhero poster!

Characters in Flight

Never keep your feet on the ground if you have a chance to fly! This tethered helium balloon ascends 400 feet above the ground and the view will let you see a new fantastic point of view.

Food Trucks at Exposition Park

Your palette deserves a little adventure, too! Sample everything from a gyro to buffalo chicken and waffles to naan with samosas and pickled vegetables. It’s up to you how far you go, if you don’t try, you’ll never know!

03/The Landing: Foodies

For a culinary cabaret, visit The Landing, where you’ll find exceptional restaurants featuring everything from American favorites to flavors from around the world. A dinner here is never second best, so go on, unfold your menu and put them to the test.

Be our
guest
— Beauty and the Beast

Insider Tip:

Disney Springs restaurants are popular, so if you have a specific place in mind, make your reservation as soon as you know your travel dates. Spur of the moment trip? Stop in and put your name on the waiting list when you first arrive, or embrace the adventure of “winging it”!

The Boathouse

“Things are much better down where it’s wetter, take it from me!” Enjoy upscale dining on the waterfront, then take a water tour of Disney Springs on a vintage Amphicar (drive from land into lake) or Italian water taxi.  MORE INFO

Morimoto Asia™

Enjoy Pan-Asian delights from Iron Chef Morimoto, in a breathtakingly beautiful dining room.  MORE INFO

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

“C’mon, show a little backbone, will ya?” Travel in time to the 1940s and throw back a drink at this airplane hangar dive bar.

Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas

"What is dinner without a little music?" Lumière himself would love this vibrant, North, Central, and South American themed restaurant with live entertainment and waterfront views.  MORE INFO

Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC

Donuts, cookies, cupcakes, bagels, and any number of magical, mouthwatering treats. Vegan and gluten-free options, too!

The Edison (opening late 2017)

Drawing on the glamorous 1920s, The Edison features classic American food and cocktails, cabaret, music, and more, all housed in a replica of a power plant.

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

Ingredients fresh from Florida’s farms become unforgettable meals in the expert hands of this award-winning celebrity chef.

03/Town Center: Shoppers

Looking for gadgets and gizmos aplenty? Need whosits and whatsits galore? Look no further than Town Center! Strolling along down the streets you’ll discover so many wonderful shops you’ll be jumping and dancing like a kid again.

Look at this stuff, isn’t it neat?
— The Little Mermaid

Insider Tip:

Most stores at Disney Springs are open until 11:30 p.m., and shopping in the evening is a great way to spend time with friends.

Tommy Bahama

Island-themed shop with footwear, jewelry, home décor, apparel, and swimsuits for your little mermaid (or the rest of your merfolk).

Lucky Brand

Cool, casual, edgy apparel, and accessories for men and women.

Zara

Something for the whole family, inspired by the beauty and ease of Spain.

Kate Spade New York

What do you get for the girl who has everything? You can never go wrong with modern, playful accessories and apparel from Kate Spade.

LACOSTE

The go-to store for the sporty classic look.

Lilly Pulitzer

Casual wear famous for its Palm Beach inspired prints.

Vince Camuto

A treasure trove of sophisticated, edgy shoes, apparel and accessories.

Anthropologie

How many wonders can one store hold?

Sephora

Get ready for your princess makeover with gorgeous makeup and skincare products.

UGG

If you want comfort, you want UGG.

Free People

Bohemian-chic apparel and accessories.

Planet Hollywood Observatory™

An out-of-this-world collection of exciting apparel and gifts.

04/Marketplace: Disney Fans

Want to make your Disney collection complete? Make a beeline for the Marketplace, which is all about the art, imagination, and wonder Walt Disney loved. Make one-of-a-kind keepsakes, buy original Disney artwork; you can even get a full Disney-themed china set! As Walt Disney is famous for saying, “Adults are only kids grownup, anyway.” So, go play!

If you can dream it, you can do it
— Walt Disney

Insider Tip:

Many Marketplace shops have special events, like character appearances or artist signings. When planning your trip, check each venue’s website or call to find out what exciting once-in-a-lifetime experience you can add to your vacation!

Disney Design-a-Tee

Your favorite characters, your favorite phrases or your hard-to-find name… get the exact Disney tee-shirt you’ve always wanted by making it yourself.

World of Disney®

The largest Disney collectibles store in the world, it has 12 rooms (yes, 12) brimming with apparel, home décor, gifts, and all things sure to leave a smile in your heart.

Disney Centerpiece at Marketplace Co-Op

You’ll become ridiculously happy as you pick out Disney-themed room furnishings and décor, from the sophisticated to the silly.

Wonderground Gallery at Marketplace Co-Op

Artists from around the world put their personal spin on the Disney characters that inspire them, and it’s flat-out amazing.

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

Think of all the joy you’ll find when you bring your little ones to this enchanted beauty salon to get a prince or princess makeover!

Mickey’s Pantry

When you think of the happiest things, it's the same as having wings. So, to keep yourself feeling free and young at heart, fill your home with items inspired by the happiest place in the world!

The Art of Disney

Beautiful framed art and figurines based on classic Disney characters and scenes.

Disney’s Pin Traders

Disney pin collecting is such a fun hobby! Here you can find new ones, and swap with cast members and even other visitors!

Goofy’s Candy Co.

Candy makes you goofy and Goofy makes you candy! Well, actually, you make the candy. Create your very own sweets, or choose from the shop’s many delights.

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