Top 10 Favorite Shops to Visit at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World

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1. Disney Pin Traders

For collectors of Disney pins, vinylmation, and even the occasional specialty lanyard or MagicBand, Disney Pin Traders is a must-do destination while visiting Disney Springs. The store features a wide selection of Disney pins, including limited release items and designs from across the Walt Disney World Resort as well as from Disney Cruise Line. Many guests even find this to be one of  the best places to stop to trade pins, so be sure to bring some of your own collection if you plan on visiting.


2. The Ganachery

The Ganachery is a chocolate lover’s dream! It can be a bit on the pricey side, but you’ll be pleased to know that the treats from this little aptly named chocolate shop are well worth it. From fudge to sipping chocolates, and various seasonal specialties (like smores!) the Ganachery has everything a chocolate lover needs to get through a day of shopping at Disney Springs.

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3. Lefty’s

Lefty’s is actual more of a merchandise cart than a true “store” but it has everything lefthanded guests need. If you’ve ever ended up with the dreaded streak of pen ink on the side of your hand then you know how difficult being lefthanded can be. This cart has everything you need from computer mice to left-sided notebooks to make life as a lefty a breeze.

4. The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane

Found within Marketplace Coop, the Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane is home to the Dapper Day-esque retro styled  dresses you occasionally see guests sporting around the parks. With colorful designs and nods to classic Disney attractions like it’s a small world and The Enchanted Tiki Room, the Haunted Mansion, and more. You can even find a plethora of matching accessories, and most recently child-sized dresses along with men’s accessories like neck ties.


5. World of Disney

The largest Disney store is the best place to get all of your souvenir shopping done in one go. While there really aren’t any items that are specific to World of Disney, the large layout and way that the store is broken up makes it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. It’s a good last-minute shopping destination so you can make sure you have souvenirs ready for everyone at home.

6. The Boathouse Boatique

For all things nautical, head to The Boatique by the Boathouse. Here you’ll find model ships, actual ship parts, clothing, accessories, jewelry, and more. If you take a ride on one of the Amphicars from The Boathouse this is where you can go to pick up your souvenir photos. And if you’ve seen the “Rubba Ducks” that adorn the dashboard of the Amphicars and want to pick one up for yourself this is the place to get one.

7. Basin

Have you ever visited the soap shop on the monorail level of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort? Its Disney Springs counterpart is much larger and filled with even more bath bombs, soaps, shampoos, conditioner, and more. Basin crafts their products with natural and chemical free ingredients, with a scent to please any taste. You can even mix and match tubes of different bath bombs or salts, and occasionally you can find deals on pre-packaged gift sets.

8. Coach

You may see Dooney and Bourke and the occasional Kate Spade bags and accessories around a couple of other shops in Disney, but the only place to find the Disney Coach collection on property is at the Coach store at Disney Springs. It’s not exactly the most budget-friendly way to pick up a new Disney bag, but there are so many beautiful designs, and with Coach the quality is definitely there, so this could easily be the one splurge-worthy gift of the trip.

9. Coca-Cola Store

The Coca-Cola Store may seem like an odd choice for this list, but it’s actually a solid option for those non-Disney people that you have to get souvenirs for while you’re on vacation. The souvenirs in the Coca-Cola Store are still memorable (assuming your non-Disney people are still Coke people) and they actually come at a much more reasonable price point than most Disney souvenirs and items from the more high end shops at Disney Springs.

10. DisneyStyle

One of the newest stores at Disney Springs, DisneyStyle offers clothing and accessories sure to please any diehard Disney fan. Visiting the store is even an experience in itself as guests can shop among floating lanterns from Tangled, a skyway cab, and other fun design elements that Disney fans will recognize and love. Some items in the store can be found in the parks, but many are specific to this location making it a must-do while shopping for Disney gifts in Disney Springs.

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About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."