Photo Ops at Disney Springs

From the Walt Disney World News and written by: Kristyn Taylor

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a selfie at Disney worth? Take a walk around Disney Springs and you might find your answer. Amongst all the shops and restaurants lie fun photo opportunities. Searching for these spots can be a fun way to spend the day and leave you with a free souvenir. Not to mention the goodies you can find along the way.

Restaurants are a great place to start your adventure. I mean, you have to eat sometime and Disney is known for their themed dining experiences. At T-Rex and Rainforest Café, you will encounter wild creatures, both inside and out, that don’t mind posing for a photo. If you’re in the mood for a snack, stop by Everglazed for a sweet treat and coffee. While inside, snap a picture with their colorful logo wall.

After you’ve finished eating, walk off your food by exploring the merchandise shops. Take a photo with one of the M&M characters at M&M’S. Outside, you’ll see the red and yellow guys already posing for a selfie. Keep your phone out as you head inside the shop and discover more objects worthy of a selfie. If you want to feel like you’re actually in the park, visit DisneyStyle. Here you can pose for a picture in a tea cup and stand under a gondola hanging from the ceiling.

While walking between locations you may notice some other picture moments. Near Goofy’s Candy Co. sits Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet with a spot on their log for you to join. Between World of Disney and Basin you’ll see Mickey watering plants which doubles as a waterfall. And occasionally you’ll get to see promotional backgrounds for Disney’s latest movies. Right now, they have a wall up promoting Cruella and another one promoting Raya and the Last Dragon.

More fun photo opportunities await you on the Disney World App by downloading their Snapchat Filters (this can be done from home). Spending a day at Disney Springs is a great way to have the Disney experience if the parks are at capacity. Finding these photo spots, as well, is a fun summer activity to do with the family. Happy selfie hunting!

Kristyn Taylor
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