The Underrated Spot You Need to Visit in Disney Springs

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Disney Springs

Disney Springs has some amazing offerings especially if you’re not headed into the Disney Parks on your next vacation. From amazing dining options to new merchandise and fun snacks, Disney Springs has it all. And there’s one underrated spot we bet you’ve never visited!

Over in Disney Springs, you’ll find the Disney PhotoPass Studio where you can have a PhotoPass photographer take a photo shoot of you, your family, and friends against a green screen backdrop! No reservation is required, and if you have purchased PhotoPass, you can have the pictures automatically link to your My Disney Experience account.

Recently, the AllEars team stopped by the studio for their “no plan” day in Disney Springs, and we think the results speak for themselves. You can get a picture in front of Cinderella Castle…

Look at this fun background!

…or a snow-covered Magic Kingdom!

Who wouldn’t want to hold Quincy?

This PhotoPass studio is open from 12PM to 8PM, and has a ton of fun backgrounds you can choose from. You can pick anything from a park-focused background, to holiday-themed options. You’ll have the chance to view your photos at the location, and then purchase or print them if you like what you see!

Do they look like they are Frozen here?

If you already have an active Memory Maker package, these pictures are included and you can find them on your My Disney Experience app!

We are loving the poses here.

As you can tell, the team had tons of fun and the PhotoPass photographers were having a great time too. Next time you’re in Disney Springs, you can find the PhotoPass Studio located at the Disney Springs Marketplace!

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