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Disney Springs Scavenger Hunt!




Hello there, Disney Fans!

     Recently, on a day that the parks were particularly flooded with people, I decided to take my kiddos down to Disney Springs to kill some time. Now, we have been there hundreds of times, and the kids love it, but they do get bored of the same old thing. In an attempt to find something unique and fun that they could do, I created a scavenger hunt for them. They had a lot of fun trying to complete it, and so I thought I'd share it here. We did it as a photo scavenger hunt, requiring that the kids take pictures at each of the locations or doing each of the tasks, that way, they had some fun souvenirs when they were done too! Wanna play? Here it is:


Disney Springs Scavenger Hunt Fun!

Take a picture...
  1. "Surfing" in the store where you can Hang Ten. (Curl by Sammy Duvall)
  2. Designing something you can wear.  (Disney's Design-A-Tee)
  3. At a place named for the home of Jane and Michael from Mary Poppins. (Cherry Tree Lane)
  4. With the prize wheel somewhere "unique".  (Uniqlo)
  5. With some new friends that could be considered "block heads". (Lego Friends at Lego Store)
  6. With someone ready to go to infinity and beyond. (Buzz Lightyear statue at Once Upon a Toy OR Lego Store)
  7. Having an epic lightsaber battle. (Star Wars Trading Post, Once Upon a Toy or World of Disney)
  8. In your very best superhero pose at the headquarters of the heroes. (Superhero Headquarters)
  9. Stylin in some headgear in the "church of hats". (Chapel Hats)
  10. In front of a jewelry store where Lilo might shop. (Na Hoku Hawaiian Jewelry)
  11. Pretending to shoot hoops outside of a place where winners hang out. (Trophy Room)
  12. Looking fancy in a place where you might meet a fairy godmother. (Bibbidi-Bobbidi Boutique)
  13. In front of a "swimming car". (Amphicars at The Boathouse)
  14. With a "bubbly" polar bear. (Coca-Cola Store)
  15. By a cozy fireplace, wearing your favorite holiday hats. (Disney Days of Christmas)
  16. With your face on a t-shirt. (Outside Disney's Wonderful World of Memories)
  17. Riding a "hog". (Orlando Harley Davidson)
  18. In front of an eruption. (Anywhere in front of the Rainforest Cafe volcano going off)
  19. About to be "snapped" at by an angry croc. (Rainforest Cafe)
  20. Being spit at/on by Stitch. (Outside World of Disney)
  21. Trying out a sugar scrub by a sink. (Basin)
  22. In front of something that helps people get "carried away". (Hot air balloon by Aerophile)
  23. With a movie poster for a favorite flick. (AMC 24)
  24. On the porch, where gospel and blues live. (House of Blues)
  25. With/on an adorable choo-choo. (Train ride in the Marketplace)
  26. At a place that will "bowl" you over. (Splitsville)
  27. Taking a bite of a giant pineapple. (Bongos)
  28. In front of a well-mannerd swine. (The Polite Pig)
  29. In front of an eatery that looks like it's from Princess and the Frog.  (Paddlefish)
  30. Doing your best jig in front of a place where you'd fit right in. (Raglan Road)
  31. At a place where you can see the "stars". (Planet Hollywood)
  32. "Digging" up some fun.... or bones. (Boneyard area of T-Rex Cafe)
  33. In front of a place where you can huff and puff, but can't blow it down. (B.B. Wolf Sausage Company)
  34. Nibbling a free sample of chocolate. (Ghiradelli)
  35. By a unique ATM that dispenses sweets instead of money. (Sprinkles Cupcake ATM)
  36. In front of a place where you miiiight want to be careful about trying the candy apples. (Candy Cauldron)
  37. With a rainbow of pretty pastries. (Amorette's)
  38. In front of a place that sells "snow". (Florida Snow Company Cart)
  39. Somewhere that you could get splashed from Mickey's head. (Splashpad/Fountain by Once Upon a Toy)
  40. From a refreshing rooftop with a view. (Rooftop Bar at the Coca-Cola Store)

- Each player or team should win 5 points for every picture they get. All players must be in each photo, meaning that they must either do these as selfies, or have someone else take their picture. Winners get treated to the dessert of their choice!

     Have fun, everyone! And until next time, Have a Magical Week!!!!!

                                                                      - Jenn

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