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What Is Currently Open at Disney Springs – Disney World

What Is Currently Open at Disney Springs – Disney World

Updated June 6, 2020

Last week Disney Springs reopened to the public. 

views of Dluxe Burger open at Disney Springs

A limited number of stores and restaurants are open at Disney Springs.  The first to reopened consisted of operating participants, meaning non-Disney owned and operated locations on May 20th.

On May 27th Disney will reopen a handful of its own stores moving forward through phased reopenings of the Most Magical Place on Earth.

Currently Open at Disney Springs – as of June 6

This is a fluid list and can be changed by Disney at any time.  Disney shares all Disney Springs Reopening information, along with policies and procedures for visiting Disney Springs.



Remaining Disney Springs Locations Not Open:

The remaining stores, restaurants, and entertainment locations do not have reopening dates announced.


  • Ample Hills Creamery 
  • Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’
  • City Works Eatery & Pour House
  • Coca-Cola Store & Rooftop Beverage Bar
  • Dockside Margaritas
  • The Edison
  • Enzo’s Hideaway
  • The Ganachery
  • Jaleo 
  • Jock Lindsy’s Hangar Bar
  • Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante
  • Raglan Road
  • Splitsville


  • Alex & Ani
  • AMC Disney Springs 24 
  • Beatrix
  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
  • Cirque du Soleil
  • Disney’s Candy Cauldron
  • Disney’s Days of Christmas 
  • Disney’s Photopass Studio
  • Disney’s Pin Traders
  • Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories
  • DisneyStyle
  • Ever After Jewelry Co & Accessories
  • Facepainting Kiosk 
  • Goofy’s Candy Company
  • Harley Davidson
  • Initial Rings Cart
  • Johnston & Murphy
  • Levi’s 
  • L’Occitane en Provence
  • Lovepop
  • MAC Cosmetics
  • Melissa Shoes
  • Memory Lanes
  • NBA Experience
  • Oakley
  • Origins
  • Pearl Factory Kiosk
  • Silhouette Portraits Cart
  • Star Wars Galactic Outpost
  • Star Wars Trading Post
  • Sunglass Icon
  • Super Hero Headquarters
  • Swings N’ Things
  • The Art of Disney
  • TUMI

Is it safe to visit?

Disney has put in place a number of safety measures for it’s Cast Members and guests while visiting Disney Springs including:

  • Temperature checks
  • Requiring everyone to wear masks
  • Social distancing signage and line markers
  • Limited parking and entrances into the area
  • Limited Capacity

Guests are currently able to self-park, no valet parking will be offered, on a first come first serve basis at the following locations:

  • Orange Garage
  • Lime Garage

Once these garages are full guests will no longer be admitted.

Other Disney Springs entrances include:

  • Via the Hotel Plaza Village Pedestrian Bridge
  • Ride Share drop location

Disney Requires the Following to be admitted into Disney Springs:

  • Wearing a mask at all times except when dining
  • A temperature of 100.4 or below
  • Following signage and social distancing

It is best to visit Disney’s Know Before You Go website to ensure you are prepared for your visit.

Disney Springs Reopening Know Before you go
Graphic from Disney

You can see my visit on May 27th with pictures of temperature check areas and social distancing signs on my Instagram story highlights.

We visited to eat at one of my Disney favorites, D-Luxe Burger which I was able to mobile order my meal on the My Disney Experience app.  This along with other payment methods is one of the ways Disney suggests we limit contact with others while still enjoying the magic.

I hope you’ll follow along on Instagram and Facebook!

See you there!

Jamie Rumph
Jamie Rumph
Hi, I'm Jamie, traveling mama, entrepreneur, and travel advisor. I'm addicted to Disney, traveling and exploring the world with my family, and have a passion for helping families experience the magic of travel. My home is filled with love and chaos, 2 crazy girls, 2 large dogs, and the most spectacular architect and Disney Cast Member I call my husband. We live in Florida and spend our weekends playing at Orlando's many theme parks and visiting the beach. In 2015, after helping numerous families plan their vacations to various Disney Destinations, I started a blog to answer all of the many travel questions I received daily. In 2016, the blog grew into a travel agency, and Love of the Magic Vacations was born. With a team of nearly 20, we spend our days creating family vacations around the world. What started as a blog is now a full service, worldwide vacation destination planning service. I create custom itineraries for each of my clients that not only meets but exceeds expectations. There is no greater gift than making memories while sharing the world and its cultures with your kids.


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