Rebranded in 2016 by Walt Disney World, the former Downtown Disney outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex is now known as Disney Springs. Admission is still free, but gone is Pleasure Island, the adult-oriented party zone with separate entry. There’s also a new, stylish feel to the place, with tiled roofs and Mediterranean-inspired plazas modeled after Florida towns like Coral Gables and St. Augustine. Of course, it’s still all about the shopping and dining, especially now that there’s twice the number of stores and restaurants. To entice visitors, many shops even offer hands-on experiences like a make-your-own flip-flops bar at Havaianas, and an interactive play area at the Lego Store. When hunger strikes, head to holdover Bongos Cuban Cafe, or try the new food truck area. There are also several new restaurants, including the highly lauded Morimoto Asia from the Food Network celebrity chef.