We love to go to Disney Springs as a family to pin trade. It’s one of our favorite ways to get out as a family. When we were there last, my husband suggested we put together a Disney Springs scavenger hunt for families. I loved the idea so I decided to roll with it. In this post I will share 10 things to see at Disney Springs for families as well as the printable scavenger hunt!
Disney Springs Scavenger Hunt – 10 Things to see at Disney Springs for Families
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I know this may seem small but my kids love this water fountain. Every time we go, their goal is to get change in one of the different levels. From what I have read, Disney takes the money from these fountains and wishing wells and uses it towards great causes. I am all for a fascination the kids have that will help someone else out.
There are few things my son loves more than motorcycles. The Harley Davidson store at Disney Springs has 2 motorcycles your kids can get on and take a picture with. This is such a fun little photo opp and both of mine absolutely love stopping here.
While you won’t have the opportunity for meet and greets you can find some amazing characters hidden all over the place. We love to see which characters we can find each time we go. Make sure to look up as some are up top.
There are some really fun statues all over Disney Springs. My kids love to do pictures with some of their favorites. When my daughter was small, she loved Tigger and Pooh. Now she loves Cinderella the most.
Near the Lego Store you will find some incredible Lego statues. Some are as big as the dragon pictured above. Others are very small and you will have to really look to find them.
Do you have a Lego fan in the house? At the Lego Store you will find an area where your child can build to their heart’s content. They can even make a car and race it. Make sure to bring hand sanitizer as many many children play with these Legos.
One of my favorite places to stop is at Ghiradelli. Everyone who visits the store gets a free sample. My favorites are the caramel, pumpkin caramel, and peppermint. They will have different samples available based on the time of year.
If you are going to Disney Springs to do some shopping don’t be afraid to head into some of the smaller shops. There are some incredible shops hidden within other areas.
You are sure to have fun with some of the special performers located in Disney Springs. Whether there is a moving statue, or a dj who will get your kids dancing, you are sure to find some really fantastic performers. Even better, most of these are roaming around and aren’t a paid performance.
If you are not local to Florida, you may not be used to our gorgeous sunsets over the water. It really is a great way to stop, enjoy a snack or drink, and rest.
Disney Springs Scavenger Hunt Printable
I put together this scavenger hunt as a fun way to explore Disney Springs or as a way to entertain the kids while you are shopping at Disney Springs. Feel free to print it out below or feel free to view it on your phone while you are at Disney Springs.
Print your Disney Springs Scavenger Hunt Sheet
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