A sprawling shopping, dining, and entertainment area, Disney Springs is an outdoor complex offering free entry and complimentary parking. Separated into three themed sections, the complex includes a large marketplace area, housing the world's biggest Disney store and a Ghirardelli chocolate shop that displays antique chocolate-making equipment. Use the marketplace as the hub of your exploration and download a map to your mobile device to find noteworthy attractions in the other sections, such as an old-fashioned dine-in movie theater or a modern 30-lane bowling alley. End your visit with a ride on a tethered balloon, which provides 360-degree views of the entire resort from a height of 120 m (400 ft). Make Disney Springs a part of your Orlando vacation plans using our Orlando trip itinerary planner.
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This is a good place to visit but be prepared to pay disney prices restaurants are way overpriced. It was really overcrowded. You could hardly move. Some good bands on.nice to sit and watch them...
This is a good place to visit but be prepared to pay disney prices restaurants are way overpriced. It was really overcrowded. You could hardly move. Some good bands on.nice to sit and watch them... more »
Disney Springs is a wonderful place to visit! I highly enjoy visiting there on the weekend when I get the opportunity. They have tons of great food shopping, and live entertainment! The Springs are also very aesthetically pleasing and a great place to walk around and hang out with friends and families. Majority of times I leave without spending any money and am able to make some wonderful memories. I highly recommend that anybody in the Orlando area checks Disney Springs out! It is truly an incredible place to visit.
Disney Springs is a fun stop if you are in Orlando for a few days. If you don't want the pressure or stress of going to a Disney park but you can still enjoy the magic right here at Disney Springs. We walked around, enjoyed the different streets and architecture, fun shops, and themed restaurants. You can spend a few hours (like 2) just walking around and enjoying the sights or grab a bite to eat at one of the many many restaurants. It is kid friendly and a few places for photo ops with statues and such. Great stop, would go back again.
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