5. ...That Includes Disney Merchandise Too
Let's not forget, Disney Springs isa Disney-owned property, and as such they've got plenty of places to pick up more Disney merchandise than you can shake a stick at. The World of Disney store alone is like an amalgamation of all the Disney park gift shops combined, with more souvenirs and other Disney paraphernalia than you could ever wish for.
But it doesn't stop there—be sure to also check out Tren-D, Super Hero Headquarters, Star Wars Galactic Outpost, Once Upon a Toy, Mickey's Pantry, and Disneystyle.
6. There Are Still Cool Things to Ride
You won't find any dark rides or roller coasters in Disney Springs, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a ride or two there. Rise above the crowds in the Aérophile tethered helium balloon, or go on a virtual reality adventure at The VOID, or enjoy an Italian water taxi tour. It's all waiting for you here.
In fact, all of the things I just mentioned are absolutely unique experiences that you simply can't get at the parks!
7. The Crowd Levels are Usually Lower
Depending on when you visit Disney Springs, you may be pleasantly surprised by the crowd levels, or lack thereof. Try visiting on a weekday morning or afternoon for best results. Friday and Saturday nights are usually the times to avoid, unless you're reallyinto highly active nightlife and long waits to get into restaurants and bars.