Disney Springs - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Disney Springs
Disney Springs is a vibrant district filled with dynamic shopping, dining, and recreation opportunities. It is one of the most popular attraction, offering something for everyone to enjoy. With more than 150 restaurants and shops spread out across 4 uniquely themed outdoor neighborhoods—The Landing, Town Center, Marketplace and West Side—Disney Springs has become a shopping paradise surrounded by lakes and featuring entertainment performances that delight children of all ages.
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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
1.13km from Disney Springs
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is known world-wide as one of the finest resorts and water parks. Its breathtaking white sandy beach, beautiful lagoons and crystal clear wave pools create a perfect setting for fun and recreation. The park also features a twisting river, thrilling slides and splash areas with geysers and sprayers sure to entertain kids of all ages. Adventure seekers can test their skills on the Crush n' Gusher, an exciting water coaster with three separate flumes.
Frozen Ever After
2.66km from Disney Springs
Frozen Ever After is an interactive, must-see attraction of Walt Disney World. Guests visiting this cold kingdom can experience the Frozen characters coming to life, captivating them with playful humor, stirring music, and incredible animatronics. Adventure through Arendelle as you attend the winter Snow Fest celebration that hosts storytelling, singing and a bubble blizzard! Froze Ever After also boasts beautiful views of the Bay Lake area through a series of icy rock caves.
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
2.71km from Disney Springs
This is a fun-filled boat ride through the facsimile of a Mexican town at Disney's Epcot theme park. The three main characters are Donald Duck, Jose Carioca and Panchito Pistoles who entertain riders with vibrant colors and music. Riders experience traditional Mexican architecture, dancing animals and more as they pass beneath fountains that create a cooling mist effect. The tour has an exciting finale when the characters come together in a celebration of song and dance.
2.73km from Disney Springs
Mission: SPACE is an exciting and unique attraction located at the Orange County Convention Center. The gravity-defying rides takes guests on a 4 minute thrilling tour through outer space that exceeds expectations while offering shocking cinematic visuals and special effects. Riding this coaster, guests feel as if they are flying above the planet Earth, 20,000 miles away from home. Along the way riders experience with your crewmates as you soar through space on Mission: SPACE!
American Adventure Pavilion
2.97km from Disney Springs
The American Adventure Pavilion is a unique experience for those looking to immerse themselves in the history and culture of the United States. From historic photo displays and detailed information about America's founding fathers to interactive exhibits on slavery, this pavilion offers a comprehensive look at America's past. Visitors can also take guided tours through short films and personal stories of US history, or explore the live performances featuring professional actors.
3.01km from Disney Springs
Epcot is an iconic part of the Disney resorts. It can easily be identified by its massive ball at the center of the park shaped to look like a giant golf ball. Representing both past and future technology, Epcot features two distinct themed areas: Future World and World Showcase. Future World is filled with educational experiences, attractions and shows focused on new and emerging technologies like robotics, space exploration and environmental sustainability.
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Named for the fruit that constituted the county's main commodity crop. At its peak in the early 1970s, some 80,000 acres (320 km2) were planted in citrus in Orange County. The dark-green foliage of orange trees filled the county, as did the scent of the orange blossoms when in bloom. Fewer commercial orange groves remained by the end of the twentieth century.