What to do and Where to Eat. This is my guidebook

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What to do and Where to Eat. This is my guidebook

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To make the most of a trip to Disney and avoid long queues, you need to plan. Prioritize the attractions you most want to do and ride the first thing in the morning or use the new paid Lightning Lanes. A little planning makes Disney much more enjoyable. Disney World in Orlando, Florida has four main parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios. Each one is very different and I recommend dedicating at least one full day to each park. Best Rides at Magic Kingdom If you only have time for one park at Disney World, make it Magic Kingdom. It’s the most classic Disney park with the fairytale castle and famous characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse. The best attractions at Magic Kingdom for adults are the three mountains. I haven’t included any Fantasyland rides below as they are aimed at small children, and the queues for rides like Peter Pan and Winnie the Pooh are usually very long and not worth it to us. The most popular ride of all is the gentle rollercoaster, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. We rode it once and enjoyed it, but we don’t think it’s worth the very long queues. If you want to ride it, head there first thing (but everyone else will be doing the same and it gets a bit crazy), wait until the very end of the day, or purchase Individual Lightning Lane access (currently $10-12). 1) Space Mountain Magic Kingdom’s most thrilling ride is a high-speed roller-coaster in the dark with plenty of twists and turns (but no inversions or large drops). As you fly through the galaxy you never know what’s coming next. We often ride this first thing and it’s quite the way to wake up! As Space Mountain is not available on Genie+, this is the best time to ride. It’s indoors inside a mammoth futuristic structure, and there are interactive games to keep you occupied in the queue (which we never have time to use as it’s usually quiet after park opening). Space Mountain is a Disney World must-do. 2) Thunder Mountain Thunder Mountain is a fun outdoor rollercoaster in Frontierland, which is our favorite area of the park with its Wild West theme. It’s not as wild as Space Mountain, but we love the theming—you’re on a runaway mine train during the Gold Rush—and the views of the park. 3) Splash Mountain Splash Mountain is one of the best things to do at Disney World in the Magic Kingdom park We have a real soft spot for cheery Splash Mountain, and it’s certainly one of the best rides at Disney World on a hot day. This leisurely log flume ride tells the story of Br’er Rabbit who goes off in search of adventure with Br’er Bear and Br’er Fox in pursuit. The ride is mostly inside with cute animatronic characters and catchy songs, before going outside for a fun drop down a five-story waterfall. We don’t usually get soaked, but it is possible if you’re sitting in the wrong seat at the wrong time. There are rarely queues for Splash Mountain in the morning or evening and we usually ride it multiple times. Recommended Reading: See our Disney trip costs and money-saving tips in our post on planning a trip to Disney World on a budget. 4) Pirates of the Caribbean Bride auction on Pirates of the Caribbean which is one of the best rides at Magic Kingdom The Pirates of the Caribbean ride no longer includes this bride auction! Pirates of the Caribbean is a gentle indoor cruise through scenes of a pirate raid from the bombardment of a fortress to debauchery after the victory. Every time we ride it we notice new details. The films were inspired by this classic ride and you can now see an animatronic figure of Captain Jack Sparrow. 5) Haunted Mansion A slow ride through a haunted estate full of ghosts and ghouls. It’s fun (and often humorous) rather than scary with lots of spooky details and special effects to enjoy. The queue features interactive elements like a musical crypt, so a slightly longer wait here is fine. 6) Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin On this Toy Story-themed interactive ride, you shoot targets with laser cannons and earn points as your spinning car (you control the spin) makes its way through the scenes. It’s not as good as the similar ride at Hollywood Studios, but Simon still wanted to ride it again to beat his score. The Best of the Rest at Magic Kingdom Once you’ve got the main rides out of the way, one of the best things to do at Magic Kingdom is just wandered, soaking up the atmosphere, and pop into one of the random shows and attractions that rarely have long waits. If you are wondering what to do at Disney World when you’re feeling hot and exhausted, I recommend musical shows like the Enchanted Tiki Room, Country Bear Jamboree (which is surprisingly racy!), and Mickey’s PhilharMagic. You won’t need to wait for long and they are perfect when you need a break. We also love having a picnic on Tom Sawyer’s Island, clambering up the Swiss Family Treehouse, and getting on the water on the pun-tastic Jungle Cruise or the leisurely Liberty Square Riverboat. The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover takes you behind the scenes of Tomorrowland’s attractions and is especially lovely at sunset when you can see the park from above. We enjoy taking the Railroad around the park in the afternoon when we’re feeling tired. Finishing the day with the Magic Kingdom fireworks above the castle is a Disney World must-do. Best Genie+ Rides at Magic Kingdom If you’ve purchased Genie+ for Magic Kingdom (which is worth doing), I would prioritize Thunder Mountain and Buzz Lightyear. Other popular selections are Jungle Cruise (which was revamped in 2021), Peter Pan’s Flight, Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion, and Pirates. Where to Eat at Magic Kingdom We’re only eaten at the cheaper quick-service restaurants at Magic Kingdom. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn in Frontierland is our top pick for eating at Disney World on a budget as they have a huge free toppings bar where you can liven up your meal with salsas, cheese, jalapeños, pickles, and lettuce. The veggie nachos and veggie rice bowl with beans and vegetables are pretty tasty once you’ve added the toppings. Save time by ordering on the Disney app. Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square is another good option. We enjoyed the hummus and broccoli slaw sandwich and vegetarian chili. Back to Contents Best Rides at Animal Kingdom With the addition of the new area, Pandora – The World of Avatar in 2017, Animal Kingdom has become one of the most enjoyable parks at Disney World. There are fewer major attractions than at other parks, but this makes for a more relaxing experience (with fewer queues), and there’s still plenty to do. 7) Avatar Flight of Passage The view in the queue for Avatar Flight of Passage is one of the best things to do at Disney World Florida The view in the queue for Avatar Flight of Passage Avatar Flight of Passage is by far the most popular ride at Animal Kingdom and this unique experience is a Disney must-do. Queues were up to three hours when we visited, so it’s essential to arrive before the park opens or pay for an Individual Lightning Lane (currently $11-14). You could also try midday when queues can sometimes ease off. We arrived 30 minutes before Extra Magic Hours opening (they let us in early) and only had to wait 25 minutes. Flight of Passage is well worth the wait and the beautiful queue and fun pre-show are part of the experience. This may be Disney’s best ride yet. It’s an exhilarating 3D flight simulator ride where you fly on the back of a dragon-like banshee. You can feel it breathe beneath you as you soar over the extraordinary Pandora world through forests and waterfalls. While flying over the ocean a whale even jumps out of the water and splashes you. It’s magical and incredibly immersive. While it’s not necessary, I’m glad I watched the Avatar movie before we went on the ride. 8) Na’vi River Journey The second Avatar ride is not as spectacular, and the queues can be long, but it’s worth doing if you don’t have to wait over an hour. Na’vi River Journey is a peaceful river ride in the dark through a bioluminescent rainforest. It’s a beautiful world with plenty to see, and the graceful Shaman of Songs is Disney’s most life-like animatronic character yet. 9) Kilimanjaro Safari Seeing a lion on Kilimanjaro Safari is one of the best things to do at Disney World Orlando Seeing a lion on Kilimanjaro Safari On Kilimanjaro Safari you board a jeep to head out into Disney’s safari park to see real live animals. It’s best first thing in the morning (we went after Flight of Passage and didn’t wait) when the animals are more active and the queues shorter. The guides are genuinely informative and we got to see elephants, lions, giraffes, rhinos, and cheetahs. 10) Expedition Everest Expedition Everest is one of the best rides at Animal Kingdom in Disney World Orlando Expedition Everest is a fast rollercoaster train that speeds through the Himalayan mountains trying to avoid the mythic Abominable Snowman. 11) Kali River Rapids Kali River Rapids, one of the best rides at Animal Kingdom in Disney World Florida This whitewater rafting ride is fairly gentle with a few thrilling drops. The fun is in the nervousness over whether you’ll get just wet (as everyone does) or truly soaked (as about one person per raft does). (www.neverendingvoyage.com, Erin 2022)
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Walt Disney World Resort
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To make the most of a trip to Disney and avoid long queues, you need to plan. Prioritize the attractions you most want to do and ride the first thing in the morning or use the new paid Lightning Lanes. A little planning makes Disney much more enjoyable. Disney World in Orlando, Florida has four main parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios. Each one is very different and I recommend dedicating at least one full day to each park. Best Rides at Magic Kingdom If you only have time for one park at Disney World, make it Magic Kingdom. It’s the most classic Disney park with the fairytale castle and famous characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse. The best attractions at Magic Kingdom for adults are the three mountains. I haven’t included any Fantasyland rides below as they are aimed at small children, and the queues for rides like Peter Pan and Winnie the Pooh are usually very long and not worth it to us. The most popular ride of all is the gentle rollercoaster, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. We rode it once and enjoyed it, but we don’t think it’s worth the very long queues. If you want to ride it, head there first thing (but everyone else will be doing the same and it gets a bit crazy), wait until the very end of the day, or purchase Individual Lightning Lane access (currently $10-12). 1) Space Mountain Magic Kingdom’s most thrilling ride is a high-speed roller-coaster in the dark with plenty of twists and turns (but no inversions or large drops). As you fly through the galaxy you never know what’s coming next. We often ride this first thing and it’s quite the way to wake up! As Space Mountain is not available on Genie+, this is the best time to ride. It’s indoors inside a mammoth futuristic structure, and there are interactive games to keep you occupied in the queue (which we never have time to use as it’s usually quiet after park opening). Space Mountain is a Disney World must-do. 2) Thunder Mountain Thunder Mountain is a fun outdoor rollercoaster in Frontierland, which is our favorite area of the park with its Wild West theme. It’s not as wild as Space Mountain, but we love the theming—you’re on a runaway mine train during the Gold Rush—and the views of the park. 3) Splash Mountain Splash Mountain is one of the best things to do at Disney World in the Magic Kingdom park We have a real soft spot for cheery Splash Mountain, and it’s certainly one of the best rides at Disney World on a hot day. This leisurely log flume ride tells the story of Br’er Rabbit who goes off in search of adventure with Br’er Bear and Br’er Fox in pursuit. The ride is mostly inside with cute animatronic characters and catchy songs, before going outside for a fun drop down a five-story waterfall. We don’t usually get soaked, but it is possible if you’re sitting in the wrong seat at the wrong time. There are rarely queues for Splash Mountain in the morning or evening and we usually ride it multiple times. Recommended Reading: See our Disney trip costs and money-saving tips in our post on planning a trip to Disney World on a budget. 4) Pirates of the Caribbean Bride auction on Pirates of the Caribbean which is one of the best rides at Magic Kingdom The Pirates of the Caribbean ride no longer includes this bride auction! Pirates of the Caribbean is a gentle indoor cruise through scenes of a pirate raid from the bombardment of a fortress to debauchery after the victory. Every time we ride it we notice new details. The films were inspired by this classic ride and you can now see an animatronic figure of Captain Jack Sparrow. 5) Haunted Mansion A slow ride through a haunted estate full of ghosts and ghouls. It’s fun (and often humorous) rather than scary with lots of spooky details and special effects to enjoy. The queue features interactive elements like a musical crypt, so a slightly longer wait here is fine. 6) Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin On this Toy Story-themed interactive ride, you shoot targets with laser cannons and earn points as your spinning car (you control the spin) makes its way through the scenes. It’s not as good as the similar ride at Hollywood Studios, but Simon still wanted to ride it again to beat his score. The Best of the Rest at Magic Kingdom Once you’ve got the main rides out of the way, one of the best things to do at Magic Kingdom is just wandered, soaking up the atmosphere, and pop into one of the random shows and attractions that rarely have long waits. If you are wondering what to do at Disney World when you’re feeling hot and exhausted, I recommend musical shows like the Enchanted Tiki Room, Country Bear Jamboree (which is surprisingly racy!), and Mickey’s PhilharMagic. You won’t need to wait for long and they are perfect when you need a break. We also love having a picnic on Tom Sawyer’s Island, clambering up the Swiss Family Treehouse, and getting on the water on the pun-tastic Jungle Cruise or the leisurely Liberty Square Riverboat. The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover takes you behind the scenes of Tomorrowland’s attractions and is especially lovely at sunset when you can see the park from above. We enjoy taking the Railroad around the park in the afternoon when we’re feeling tired. Finishing the day with the Magic Kingdom fireworks above the castle is a Disney World must-do. Best Genie+ Rides at Magic Kingdom If you’ve purchased Genie+ for Magic Kingdom (which is worth doing), I would prioritize Thunder Mountain and Buzz Lightyear. Other popular selections are Jungle Cruise (which was revamped in 2021), Peter Pan’s Flight, Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion, and Pirates. Where to Eat at Magic Kingdom We’re only eaten at the cheaper quick-service restaurants at Magic Kingdom. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn in Frontierland is our top pick for eating at Disney World on a budget as they have a huge free toppings bar where you can liven up your meal with salsas, cheese, jalapeños, pickles, and lettuce. The veggie nachos and veggie rice bowl with beans and vegetables are pretty tasty once you’ve added the toppings. Save time by ordering on the Disney app. Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square is another good option. We enjoyed the hummus and broccoli slaw sandwich and vegetarian chili. Back to Contents Best Rides at Animal Kingdom With the addition of the new area, Pandora – The World of Avatar in 2017, Animal Kingdom has become one of the most enjoyable parks at Disney World. There are fewer major attractions than at other parks, but this makes for a more relaxing experience (with fewer queues), and there’s still plenty to do. 7) Avatar Flight of Passage The view in the queue for Avatar Flight of Passage is one of the best things to do at Disney World Florida The view in the queue for Avatar Flight of Passage Avatar Flight of Passage is by far the most popular ride at Animal Kingdom and this unique experience is a Disney must-do. Queues were up to three hours when we visited, so it’s essential to arrive before the park opens or pay for an Individual Lightning Lane (currently $11-14). You could also try midday when queues can sometimes ease off. We arrived 30 minutes before Extra Magic Hours opening (they let us in early) and only had to wait 25 minutes. Flight of Passage is well worth the wait and the beautiful queue and fun pre-show are part of the experience. This may be Disney’s best ride yet. It’s an exhilarating 3D flight simulator ride where you fly on the back of a dragon-like banshee. You can feel it breathe beneath you as you soar over the extraordinary Pandora world through forests and waterfalls. While flying over the ocean a whale even jumps out of the water and splashes you. It’s magical and incredibly immersive. While it’s not necessary, I’m glad I watched the Avatar movie before we went on the ride. 8) Na’vi River Journey The second Avatar ride is not as spectacular, and the queues can be long, but it’s worth doing if you don’t have to wait over an hour. Na’vi River Journey is a peaceful river ride in the dark through a bioluminescent rainforest. It’s a beautiful world with plenty to see, and the graceful Shaman of Songs is Disney’s most life-like animatronic character yet. 9) Kilimanjaro Safari Seeing a lion on Kilimanjaro Safari is one of the best things to do at Disney World Orlando Seeing a lion on Kilimanjaro Safari On Kilimanjaro Safari you board a jeep to head out into Disney’s safari park to see real live animals. It’s best first thing in the morning (we went after Flight of Passage and didn’t wait) when the animals are more active and the queues shorter. The guides are genuinely informative and we got to see elephants, lions, giraffes, rhinos, and cheetahs. 10) Expedition Everest Expedition Everest is one of the best rides at Animal Kingdom in Disney World Orlando Expedition Everest is a fast rollercoaster train that speeds through the Himalayan mountains trying to avoid the mythic Abominable Snowman. 11) Kali River Rapids Kali River Rapids, one of the best rides at Animal Kingdom in Disney World Florida This whitewater rafting ride is fairly gentle with a few thrilling drops. The fun is in the nervousness over whether you’ll get just wet (as everyone does) or truly soaked (as about one person per raft does). (www.neverendingvoyage.com, Erin 2022)
EPCOT is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. It is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks, Experiences and Products division. Inspired by an unrealized concept developed by Walt Disney, the park opened on October 1, 1982, as EPCOT Center, and was the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World, after Magic Kingdom Park. Spanning 305 acres, more than twice the size of Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, namely technological innovation and international culture, and is often referred to as a "permanent world's fair". Epcot was originally conceived by Walt Disney during the early development of Walt Disney World, as an experimental planned community that would serve as a center for American enterprise and urban living. Known as "EPCOT", the idea included an urban city center, residential areas, industrial areas, schools, and a series of mass transportation systems that would connect the community. After Disney's death in 1966, the "EPCOT" concept was abandoned as the company was uncertain about the feasibility of operating a city.
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Epcot
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EPCOT is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. It is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks, Experiences and Products division. Inspired by an unrealized concept developed by Walt Disney, the park opened on October 1, 1982, as EPCOT Center, and was the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World, after Magic Kingdom Park. Spanning 305 acres, more than twice the size of Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, namely technological innovation and international culture, and is often referred to as a "permanent world's fair". Epcot was originally conceived by Walt Disney during the early development of Walt Disney World, as an experimental planned community that would serve as a center for American enterprise and urban living. Known as "EPCOT", the idea included an urban city center, residential areas, industrial areas, schools, and a series of mass transportation systems that would connect the community. After Disney's death in 1966, the "EPCOT" concept was abandoned as the company was uncertain about the feasibility of operating a city.
LEGOLAND Florida Resort operates a resort in Florida. Its resort features a theme park with various rides, shows, and attractions; a water park and a botanical garden; a hotel that features rooms and suites; and various other facilities and services for families with children age 2 to 12. LEGOLAND Florida Resort was formerly known as Land South Adventures, LLC. The company is based in Winter Haven, Florida
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LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
1 Legoland Way
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LEGOLAND Florida Resort operates a resort in Florida. Its resort features a theme park with various rides, shows, and attractions; a water park and a botanical garden; a hotel that features rooms and suites; and various other facilities and services for families with children age 2 to 12. LEGOLAND Florida Resort was formerly known as Land South Adventures, LLC. The company is based in Winter Haven, Florida
SeaWorld Orlando is a theme park and marine zoological park, in Orlando, Florida. It is owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. When combined with its neighbor Discovery Cove and Aquatica, it forms SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando, an entertainment complex consisting of the three parks and many hotels. In 2018, SeaWorld Orlando hosted an estimated 4.594 million guests, ranking it the 10th most visited amusement park in the United States
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SeaWorld Orlando
7007 Sea World Dr
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SeaWorld Orlando is a theme park and marine zoological park, in Orlando, Florida. It is owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. When combined with its neighbor Discovery Cove and Aquatica, it forms SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando, an entertainment complex consisting of the three parks and many hotels. In 2018, SeaWorld Orlando hosted an estimated 4.594 million guests, ranking it the 10th most visited amusement park in the United States
Gatorland is a 110-acre theme park and wildlife preserve in Florida, located along South Orange Blossom Trail south of Orlando. It was founded 72 years ago by Owen Godwin on former cattle land in 1949, and is privately owned by his family. Billed as the "Alligator Capital of the World," Gatorland features thousands of alligators and crocodiles, and many other animals. Attractions in the park include a breeding marsh with a boardwalk and observation tower, zip lines, an off-road swamp vehicle tour, a ridable miniature railroad, alligator feeding shows, alligator wrestling shows, an aviary, a petting zoo, and educational programs. The breeding marsh area of the park was used in the filming of the 1984 movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The park is known for buying and rescuing nuisance alligators from trappers that would otherwise be killed for their meat and skin. Gatorland also manages the live alligator display at the Gaylord Palms resort in Kissimmee
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Gatorland
14501 South Orange Blossom Trail
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Gatorland is a 110-acre theme park and wildlife preserve in Florida, located along South Orange Blossom Trail south of Orlando. It was founded 72 years ago by Owen Godwin on former cattle land in 1949, and is privately owned by his family. Billed as the "Alligator Capital of the World," Gatorland features thousands of alligators and crocodiles, and many other animals. Attractions in the park include a breeding marsh with a boardwalk and observation tower, zip lines, an off-road swamp vehicle tour, a ridable miniature railroad, alligator feeding shows, alligator wrestling shows, an aviary, a petting zoo, and educational programs. The breeding marsh area of the park was used in the filming of the 1984 movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The park is known for buying and rescuing nuisance alligators from trappers that would otherwise be killed for their meat and skin. Gatorland also manages the live alligator display at the Gaylord Palms resort in Kissimmee
BASICS OF UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT Universal Orlando Resort comprises the following: Two theme parks—Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure One water park—Universal’s Volcano Bay Eight official hotels A “downtown” dining / shopping district, CityWalk Orlando The one other thing everyone knows about Universal is that it is home to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The Wizarding World is not its own park, nor is it entirely inside a single theme park. DATES AND EVENTS Universal Orlando Resort has a variety of events throughout the year, but the calendar for vacationers is anchored by three major events: Mardi Gras is celebrated on select dates in February and March (though it was extended through April in 2021) Halloween Horror Nights ran on select nights September 3 - October 31, 2021 Holidays at Universal Orlando Resort will happen from November 13, 2021 to January 2, 2022 Halloween Horror Nights is the event you’re most likely to need to know about, both because it is a unique experience and because it will significantly impact park hours at Universal Studios Florida. (mousehacking.com)
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Universal Studios Florida
6000 Universal Blvd
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BASICS OF UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT Universal Orlando Resort comprises the following: Two theme parks—Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure One water park—Universal’s Volcano Bay Eight official hotels A “downtown” dining / shopping district, CityWalk Orlando The one other thing everyone knows about Universal is that it is home to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The Wizarding World is not its own park, nor is it entirely inside a single theme park. DATES AND EVENTS Universal Orlando Resort has a variety of events throughout the year, but the calendar for vacationers is anchored by three major events: Mardi Gras is celebrated on select dates in February and March (though it was extended through April in 2021) Halloween Horror Nights ran on select nights September 3 - October 31, 2021 Holidays at Universal Orlando Resort will happen from November 13, 2021 to January 2, 2022 Halloween Horror Nights is the event you’re most likely to need to know about, both because it is a unique experience and because it will significantly impact park hours at Universal Studios Florida. (mousehacking.com)
Old Town is an open-air walking district and entertainment complex, located in Kissimmee, Florida. Operating since December 1986, it is the recreation of a classic Florida town featuring historical architecture and distinctive storefronts with some seventy unique shops, restaurants, bars, attractions, and rides. Following two years of renovations, Old Town celebrated its re-opening in April 2019 with the addition of an 86-foot ferris wheel. Old Town's Cruise and Saturday Classic Cruise, billed as the longest-running weekly car show and cruise in America
Old Town Sling Shot
5770 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
Old Town is an open-air walking district and entertainment complex, located in Kissimmee, Florida. Operating since December 1986, it is the recreation of a classic Florida town featuring historical architecture and distinctive storefronts with some seventy unique shops, restaurants, bars, attractions, and rides. Following two years of renovations, Old Town celebrated its re-opening in April 2019 with the addition of an 86-foot ferris wheel. Old Town's Cruise and Saturday Classic Cruise, billed as the longest-running weekly car show and cruise in America

Food scene

Disney Springs is an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando. The complex opened on March 22, 1975, and has been expanded and renamed over the years. Best Restaurants: #1 The BOATHOUSE: The Boathouse comes in as one of our best Disney Springs restaurants. The restaurant has nautical theming, and offers a gift shop, Boatique, out front. Additionally, this location has little boats that look like cars. They’re called Amphicars and you can rent them and have a driver escort you on a tour around the lake. Furthermore, The Boathouse has a waterfront dining location. Their menu includes a variety of fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and burgers. This restaurant is popular for a reason and has a wonderful reputation. #2 Morimoto Asia If you like Asian cuisine, you’ll love our next pick for best Disney Springs restaurant. The famous Food Network TV Star, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, opened this location at Disney Springs a few years back. #3 Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Fried chicken sandwich, anyone? That’s where Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ comes into play at Disney Springs. This Disney dining location serves up a menu offering everything Southern from moonshine to various fried chicken dishes. #4 STK Orlando STK Orlando is listed solely on this list of best Disney Springs restaurants because of one thing, steak. They offer some of the best steaks around and it’s worth the visit if you enjoy a hearty slab of meat.
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Disney Springs
1486 Buena Vista Drive
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Disney Springs is an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando. The complex opened on March 22, 1975, and has been expanded and renamed over the years. Best Restaurants: #1 The BOATHOUSE: The Boathouse comes in as one of our best Disney Springs restaurants. The restaurant has nautical theming, and offers a gift shop, Boatique, out front. Additionally, this location has little boats that look like cars. They’re called Amphicars and you can rent them and have a driver escort you on a tour around the lake. Furthermore, The Boathouse has a waterfront dining location. Their menu includes a variety of fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and burgers. This restaurant is popular for a reason and has a wonderful reputation. #2 Morimoto Asia If you like Asian cuisine, you’ll love our next pick for best Disney Springs restaurant. The famous Food Network TV Star, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, opened this location at Disney Springs a few years back. #3 Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Fried chicken sandwich, anyone? That’s where Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ comes into play at Disney Springs. This Disney dining location serves up a menu offering everything Southern from moonshine to various fried chicken dishes. #4 STK Orlando STK Orlando is listed solely on this list of best Disney Springs restaurants because of one thing, steak. They offer some of the best steaks around and it’s worth the visit if you enjoy a hearty slab of meat.
Small, comfy eatery serving platters of crab, shrimp & crawfish spiced with Filipino flavors.
J Crab House
4807 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
Small, comfy eatery serving platters of crab, shrimp & crawfish spiced with Filipino flavors.
For the meat lovers! A fusion of Latin food
Mu Restaurant
3092 Michigan Avenue
For the meat lovers! A fusion of Latin food
A variety of meats & veggies are cooked at table grills or boiled in hot pots at this casual eatery.
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volcano hot pot & bbq
5877 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
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A variety of meats & veggies are cooked at table grills or boiled in hot pots at this casual eatery.
Slow-smoked brisket, ribs & chicken plates, plus sandwiches & breakfast, amid vintage music decor.
Big Johns Rockin BBQ
324 Broadway
Slow-smoked brisket, ribs & chicken plates, plus sandwiches & breakfast, amid vintage music decor.
Best Sushi and Hibachi in Kissimmee!
Asahi Hibachi & Sushi
3331 South Orange Blossom Trail
Best Sushi and Hibachi in Kissimmee!
Jousting, horsemanship & falconry plus a 4-course, utensil-free meal served in a castle-like space.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
4510 West Vine Street
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Jousting, horsemanship & falconry plus a 4-course, utensil-free meal served in a castle-like space.