Disney’s BoardWalk, built around Crescent Lake, is reminiscent of early 20th century boardwalks such as Coney Island and Atlantic City. The Boardwalk is much quieter and less crowded than Disney Springs because there is less to do. The area features several restaurants including the ESPN Sports Club, a few shops, a couple of night clubs, and surrey bike rentals. The hotels that surround the BoardWalk are the Swan and Dolphin, the Yacht and Beach Club, and the BoardWalk Villas. The entrances to Epcot’s World Showcase and Hollywood Studios are within walking distance of the BoardWalk and the hotels, or you could take the complimentary boat transportation. Night life includes Jelly Rolls, an adults only, dueling pianos comedy club, and the Atlantic City Dance Hall. Resort guests are encouraged to take Disney transportation to the Boardwalk due to limited parking. If you are driving your own car and wish to park at the Boardwalk, then you either must have dinner reservations, use the valet parking, or pay a parking fee.
Night Life at the BoardWalk
Jellyrolls is a fun piano bar with dueling pianos. Request almost anything, laugh at the jokes, sing along and dance. It is one of the more popular night clubs in Orlando. (Ages 21 and up)
Atlantic Dance Hall has an elegant and expansive dance floor styled after an art deco ballroom. It’s the place to be if you want to dance the night away to the music from the 80’s, 90’s, and today. (Ages 21 and up)