If you want to shop ‘til you drop, look no further than Disney Springs, which has over 100 different stores and restaurants for all your consumerist needs. Disney Springs is a must-visit for any Disney fan because it houses World of Disney, the world’s largest Disney goods store. If shopping isn’t your thing, be sure to hit up Disney’s Boardwalk, one of the most interesting parts of the whole resort. The Boardwalk features classic boardwalk games, dining and fantastically themed bars like the magician’s getaway AbracadaBar. And no Disney trip for the 21-plus set is complete without a stop at Jellyrolls, a festive piano bar with dueling pianos, singalongs and cocktails. And now that you know how not to do Disney like a rookie, learn how to explore Disney World like a pro.

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