Disney's Boardwalk is a throwback to pre-World War Two Coney
Island. The area is small, compared to it's New York harbinger,
but the restaurants, clubs, shops, and live entertainment (along the boardwalk
itself) make this a wonderful place to spend some time in the evening
Ballroom aficionados will enjoy this tip of the hat to the
1930's big band era. In an effort to keep the
hall packed, the theme is often stretched to include more
modern musical selections, too.
Sports enthusiasts will love coming to this huge sports bar.
There's even TVs, set to the top sports attractions of course,
in the restrooms so you never have to worry about missing
the play of the day.
The dueling pianos and their performers are the hallmark
entertainment at this club. The music and the
banter bring most visitors back over and over again.
Boardwalk Character Carnival
Character merchandise just like you'll see everywhere else
in Walt Disney World.
Wyland (I don't know anything of this artist other than what
I've seen in the store) depicts marine mammals and other environmental
Screen Door General Store
More of a convenience for Boardwalk resort guests than a
destination for the nighttime visitor, the Screen Door has
a small selection of snacks and foodstuffs (milk, juice, etc.).
Thimbles & Threads
Resort wear, bathing suits, etc.
Chocolate covered pretzels and salt-water taffy are among
the many confections that you can enjoy from this candy shop.
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