After a whole day tour, it is time to explore this outdoor shopping, entertainment, and dining area located just outside the Park. There’s live entertainment, innovative architecture, and lush landscaping, making it an ideal location for a stroll through the exceptional Disney surroundings, a dining excursion, or a shopping spree.
Are you ready for more exploration? Here are fun things that you can do at Downtown Disney District after dark:
Learn how to make Disney treats.
Visit C. Marceline Confectionary and watch how hand-made treats and goodies are made. The exquisite place is named for Marceline, Missouri where Walt Disney grew up. See the talented team of Disney candy makers whip up caramel apples, seasonal chocolate-covered strawberries, crispy treats, and more.
Watch some movies.
If you’re tired walking around the Park the whole day, then rest while watching at Downtown Disney’s 12-scree, Art Deco inspired megaplex theater.
Listen to jazz, rock, reggae, and a variety of music.
Visit The House of Blues to listen to a unique twist on blues-jazz. The restaurant also offers Delta-inspired cuisine and other variety of music. Try also Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen for a peppered mix of live jazz and New Orleans cuisine.
Go themed shopping.
Play some Lego at The Lego Store and witness the giant fire-breathing dragon, the life-sized Darth Vader, and your other favorite Disney characters. Bring the boys to Ride MakerZ where they can build a remote control car, of their own style. Meanwhile, don’t forget to bring the girls at Anna and Elsa’s Boutique for some Frozen-shopping spree. Other shops include Build-a-Bear Workshop, D Street, and Disney Vault 28.
Go to ESPN Zone for an ultimate sports dining and entertainment experience.
The Zone has three distinct areas: for great American grill food, go to the Studio Grill so you’ll experience eating in an authentic ESPN studio setting; to have an ultimate sports-viewing and dining experience, there’s the Screening Room; and for some interactive and competitive attractions, go to the Sports Arena.
These are only a few of the open-air cafes, sparkling boutiques, and exciting shops and restaurants that you get to see, visit, and experience at Downtown Disney District. If you’re hungry, it won’t be long till you find creative and delicious dishes. If you crave for some music, there’s plenty – whether you prefer reggae, Latin, rock, or jazz. Truly, there are plenty of things that you can do at this colorful and energetic shopping district.