Disney's Boardwalk is located in Orlando, Florida, with over nine thousand feet squared of partying, eating and shopping fun. Many families travel from across the continent to experience its nightclubs, restaurants and stores.
The boardwalk covers a ¼-mile of archways, columns, awnings and facades. It is reminiscent of the famous boardwalk communities found in New Jersey, Atlantic City, New York and Coney Island. Guests can stroll the boardwalk, exploring its unique stores and stop in for a myriad of flavors in its fine restaurants. At night, the boardwalk comes to life with live entertainment, midway and arcade games, food type vendors and live street performers. Services for guests mean that that every dietary need is catered to and there is always someone to find that special item as a souvenir to keep the smiles happening day and night.
Special cruises of the waterways, themed sports clubs, piano bars and dance halls buzz until the early hours. Food and drinks are affordable to most people, offering everything from hot dogs to coffees.
Disney's Boardwalk costs nothing to get in and thus is very busy with tourists. Access to the boardwalk is by bus or from boats from local resorts. For those driving in, parking is readily available. Best of all, regardless of the age or needs of the visitors, everything is accounted for in a fun and lively environment for the whole family.