En­ter­tain­ment Dis­tricts

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DIS­NEY SPRINGS ‒ This mega out­door lifestyle cen­ter rolls shop­ping, en­ter­tain­ment and din­ing into one. Visi­tors will find the world’s largest Dis­ney store, re­tail stores, themed restau­rants and bars, Cirque du Soleil, a bowl­ing al­ley, movie the­ater, wa­ter taxis, at­trac­tions and more. Free ad­mis­sion and free park­ing. www.dis­neysprings.com. 1486 E. Buena Vista Drive, 407.939.6244.

DIS­NEY’S BOARD­WALK‒ Cre­ated in the theme of At­lantic City’s fa­mous stretch, the Board­walk of­fers a sports bar, pi­ano sing-along bar and dance club, as well as restau­rants and shops. www.dis­ney­world. com. 2101 N. Ep­cot Re­sorts Blvd., 407.939.5277.

DOWN­TOWN OR­LANDO ‒ From world-class per­for­mances at the Dr. Phillips Cen­ter to cel­e­brated fine din­ing op­tions, up­scale bou­tique ho­tels, eclec­tic shop­ping and the area’s best bar scene, Down­town Or­lando is dy­namic and alive year-round. Church Street and Wall Street are pop­u­lar ar­eas for the younger crowd while Lake Eola and Thorn­ton Park of­fer weekly events and farm­ers mar­kets for visi­tors of all ages. www.down­townor­lando.com. 400 S. Orange Ave., 407.246.2555.

IN­TER­NA­TIONAL DRIVE ‒ This stretch be­tween Universal and Sea­World is a hub for nightlife and en­ter­tain­ment for adults or the whole fam­ily. Find din­ner shows, game cen­ters, night clubs or re­laxed pubs, es­pe­cially con­cen­trated around the I-Drive 360 and Pointe Or­lando.

UNIVERSAL CI­TYWALK‒ Think Times Square Or­lando style. At this free en­ter­tain­ment com­plex just out­side Universal’s theme parks, find an elec­tric mix of clubs such as Hard Rock Café, Jimmy Buf­fett’s Mar­gar­i­taville, Red Co­conut, The Groove and Ris­ing Star. 11 am-2 am. No ad­mis­sion fee, but cover charges ap­ply. www.uni­ver­sa­lor­lando.com. 6000 Universal Blvd., 407.363.8000.

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