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After a day at the theme parks, many people head to this high-energy entertainment complex that features restaurants such as the House of Blues and Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen, attractions like ESPN Zone, plus Disney souvenir stores galore.
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Be prepared to spend a lot of time in downtown Disney. There are shops that would rival any small towns main st. Unusual smells hit the senses if you’re not from the US and the odd time share person trying to get you to sign...More
Was looking forward to ESPN Zone, but found out they and Rainforest Cafe and the movie theater are gone because there was going to be a new hotel, that didn't come. Did go to the Creaole Cafe t o get their famous beignets, which didn't...More
We only walked through here going to and from The Disneyland Hotel for a character dining meal, but what we saw was fun. There were lots of places to do pin trading with cast members, so that was nice! There was live entertainment of many...More
Not Florida. It's small and you can walk it in about 40mins. But stopping in all the shops you'll be there for a while. It was the perfect size for us. And of course it's always good when food is all around. Next time we...More
We didn't know what to expect when we brought out 2 year old to Downtown Disney, other than she lives Disney and we cannot do much wrong. We did expect a little more Disney, and less dining and shopping establishments, but the establishments that are...More
Starbucks opens at 7am so you can have a little relax before the long day starts. In general the precinct is very enjoyable with lots of eateries and a giant Disney merchandise store. I really enjoyed my time just wandering along.
We went to Downtown Disney to do some shopping but found out when we got there that half of the place was closed down. I have been to Downtown Disney in Florida and love it. So I was hopping to get the same experience in...More
We don't have time for any WDW or Universal theme park, but do have about 5 hours to spare on our way from Tampa to Kennedy Space Center. So I'm looking for some smaller low cost attractions. Downtown Disney and Disney's Broadwalk look like pretty places to have a walk, and with shops and eateries. Is there a parking lot we can use without stay in any of the resort and without visiting any theme park?
November 10, 2012|
I would suggest Downtown Disney, more shops, entertainment and Dining Options there Parking is Free The Boardwalk is Lovely but smaller, less to enjoy. You can Park for free for 3 hours at the Boardwalk Inn
Downtown Disney Hotels (3 Replies)
Can anyone tell me which hotels are nearest to Downtown Disney. Basically we are looking for the nearest hotel so that we can walk there with our four year old. Thanks
April 11, 2008|
we stayed at the Royal Plaza in june but because it was so hot it was that bit too far to walk so this may we're staying at the Hilton. Also you get the extra disney hours at the Hilton
Typhoon Lagoon and Downtown Disney and Seaworld (6 Replies)
Hi Only coming to Orlando for 7 days at end May 2010. They only things we did not do last time were Typhoon Lagoon, Seaworld and Downtown Disney. Do you have to have a ticket to get in to Downtown Disney ie pay and also can you just pay at the gate for Typhoon Lagoon and Seaworld and does anyone know how much a ticket would be. Thanks very much Christine
August 27, 2009|
yeah downtown disney is free to access. and you will be able to get a ticket at the gate. typhoon lagoon is about $45 for an adult one day ticket. and seaworld is $75 i think.