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Do you love Disney but want something other than rollercoasters and shows?
Check out Disney Springs, an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex with enough to entertain a wide range of ages and interests.
Disney Springs is designed to be a fictional town settled by a cattle rancher in the mid-1800s.
The fictional springs are the center of the town and its industry, and the town is split into four themed “neighborhoods”: the Marketplace, The Landing, the Town Center, and the West Side.
The Marketplace is designed in the American Craftsman-style of the 1930s. Well-known spots such as Earl of Sandwich, Rainforest Cafe, Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop, and the Lego Store can be found here.
The Marketplace Stage is an open-air venue where you can enjoy an assortment of live entertainment day and night. The train ride and carousel found here will keep young children entertained, too!
The Landing is Disney Spring’s fictional marina. The restaurants and shops here are all nautical-themed.
Want to relax and grab a drink?
Stop by the aviation-themed Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, based on the character from Indiana Jones, or Enzo’s Hideaway, a 1920s themed tunnel bar with snacks and prohibition-era cocktails.
Or if you’re with the whole family, the Landing is the place to go for a fun water taxi tour of the lake!
Disney Spring’s central business district and town “springs” can be found in the Town Center. Shops and restaurants here are designed in the Spanish Revival-style of the 1920s.
Springs Overlook is an outdoor alcove that hosts a variety of musical acts and Planet Hollywood Observatory offers live entertainment, delicious lunch and dinner menus, and Hollywood memorabilia.
More phases of the Town Center are yet to come, but currently the neighborhood hosts many well-known retailers, from Anthropologie to Coach to Harley Davidson.
The West Side continues to follow the fictional story of Disney Springs, and was supposedly developed in the 1950s as the town’s exposition center.
Here you’ll find the AMC movie theaters, which include AMC Dine-In, theaters with lounge chairs, tables, and full food and drink menus.
Wanting something more interactive than a movie?
Take the family bowling at Splitsville Luxury Lanes. Feeling adventurous? Aerophile — The World Leader in Balloon Flight offers hot air balloon rides giving guests views of up to 10 miles away!
Or if you’re itching to see some live entertainment, the West Side will not disappoint.
House of Blues has a host of musical artists and events that you won’t want to miss. Exposition Park has an ever-changing lineup of musical performances and several food trucks to grab some food from while you watch!
Exploring Disney Springs is a wonderful way to spend a day, whether you go with friends or take the whole family. Plan to visit the next time you’re in the area!
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Location: 1486 Buena Vista Drive, Orlando, 32830
Hours: 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily