There are so many other things to do at the Walt Disney World® Resort day or night. Choose from dining with dinosaurs to a distinctly Disney shopping extravaganza to catching incredible live music and shows!
Disney’s BoardWalk Entertainment District
Encompassing Crescent Lake, Disney’s BoardWalk is “a village on the water” located right next door to the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin. It is accessible by walkways connecting to our resort. Disney’s BoardWalk was developed and modeled after turn of the 20th century seaside towns, such as the boardwalk environment in Cape May, NJ and Coney Island. Disney’s BoardWalk contains more than 9,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and nightclubs. Attendees can stroll along Disney’s BoardWalk during the day to explore the unusual shops and restaurants. In the evening, the nightlife heats up with street performers, food vendors, midway games and lots of live entertainment. There is no admission fee to enjoy this spectacular area.
Disney Springs™ Area
Nestled along the shores of Village Lake, Disney Springs™ is a short bus ride away from the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin in the Walt Disney World® Resort. Disney Springs is an ever-changing destination committed to keeping the experiences exciting and new.
Uniqueness stamps many shopping/dining/entertainment venues. In Town Center, UNIQLO’s Disney Springs location is the first in the southeast U.S. for the Japanese retailer. Dessert lovers can order from a cupcake-dispensing ATM at Sprinkles. Guests to the rooftop lounge of the Coca-Cola Store can pick from more than 100 drink choices. Vintage cars drive right into the lake at The BOATHOUSE, among the waterfront restaurants and bars of The Landing. The LEGO Store, Rainforest Café, World of Disney and Dockside Margaritas help anchor Marketplace. Or guests go for strikes, spares and sushi at Splitsville Luxury Lanes (West Side).
Dining choices range from grab-and-go kiosks and food trucks to fast casual and table service. Enjoy over 135 wine selections at Wine Bar George along with light bites and other favorites. Disney Springs boasts five James Beard Award-winning chefs: Masaharu Morimoto (Morimoto Asia), Art Smith (Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Kitchen and Southern Shine), Rick Bayless (Frontera Cocina), Tony Mantuano (Terralina Crafted) and Wolfgang Puck (Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill). More than 50 food and beverage locations are open now, with more to come.