|March 6, 2017|
Disney Spring Entertainment Tokens
If you have an off day on your Disney World vacation, there's nothing like spending some time at Disney Springs to do some shopping and enjoying the beautiful Florida day. (Around here we still call the place Downtown Disney)
Disney does offer some entertainment around the shopping area for the kids, such as face painting, Lego area and a place where you can enjoy music by the water.
There are a couple of popular attractions that kids seem to gravitate to when they walk by:
Marketplace Train Express
Miniature train ride for small children to enjoy. Little ones pay $2 to ride, parents are free.
- Number of Seats: 15
- Number of cars: 6
- Average Train Ride: 3 minutes
Marketplace Carousel Tickets
The Marketplace Carousel is much smaller carousel than the one in the Magic Kingdom. There is no special "Cinderella Horse" to find. You can usually find this attraction by the popular music that is played instead of the traditional organ music.
- Height Requirements: Children under 42" tall, must be accompanied by an adult
- Number of Horses: 19
- Average Length of ride: 3 minutes
To go on the Train or Carousel you need to get a ride token. You can buy them at each attraction, but they work at either ride. Each token cost $3.
When you arrive at the Carousel or Train, your much better off getting a couple of tokens instead of the one. You save money when you buy more than one coin.
You visit the Marketplace Train and your child wants to go on, so you buy a token for a single ride. After the train ride, your child sees the carousel and tells you that it's their favorite ride. Now you buy a second token.
In this situation you end up spending more for the single purchases.
What if you buy coins and don't use them?
You can keep them for a future trip. Optionally you can give them to a parent that you meet in Disney Springs or as a gift to someone you know that is heading to the DisneyWorld. (Remember you went to Disney Springs for Shopping?)
Would have been nice to know
I wished we knew that the tokens worked at both entertainment venues, as we would have saved some money and time. After all, once you have a token, you can bypass the token line and get right on.
I found this out by asking the person working the Carousel if they would accept Train tokens and they said 'Yes!'
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