Disney Springs also offers tons of entertainment such as a huge movie theater, La Nouba by Cirque De Soleil, Bowling, and there’s even a waterside stage where they host several events at. Don’t forget to check out their events (click here) before visiting to see at what time and what days certain events are available.
Getting Ready to go to Disney Springs
For little ones I packed an extra outfit, diapers and wipes, and tons of water and snacks. I wasn’t wanting to spend a lot there so bring snacks from home was a must for me. For water you can either use a Hydroflask or Camel Back. a Hydroflask can keep your water cold for the whole day and you can even buy the little pouches to put it in and carry it around with you hassle free. The Camel Back is more like a small water pouch backpack and though it’s a convenient way to carry your water around, it doesn’t stay cold for a long time, especially when you are wearing it on a hot summer day and sweating like crazy. Click here to get your own Hydroflask or Camel Back.
Parking is free so that’s a huge plus. If you’re staying at the nearby hotels and resorts ask front desk to see if there’s a bus that takes you there. Some people that are staying in the Disney resorts may even be able to take a small boat to Disney Springs. For good parking make sure to arrive early. I’ve come to find that weekdays are best to enjoy the park better as on the weekends it seems to always be more crowded.