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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, its time to make some date night plans. What better way than to plan a Disney night? It doesn’t even have to be in the Park either. There are so many romantic things you can do to spice things up. Here are 5 date night ideas at Disney Springs, to create a memorable night with someone special.

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The Aerophile is essentially a tethered hot air balloon ride. The Balloon reaches 400 feet in the sky and gives you a panoramic view as far as 10 miles. Flights start fat 8:30 am through midnight. I suggest you time it right around sunset or,  around 9 pm for Epcot’s firework display Epcot Forever, to add a little sparkle to your ride. The cost is $20 for adults and $15 for children. A little word to the wise check for a Groupon as I have seen tickets for it on sale there before.

Edison at Disney Springs

If you have not been inside of The Edison yet, it is a must-do. The nightlife and entertainment you could say are from a different era. As you step into the roaring 20’s you will be transported. The music might sound similar but in a style of the times. Live entertainment at The Edison is spectacular, with magicians, aerialists, and even stilts walkers. They have different events that they will host, such as a Masquerade on February 22, 2020. Tickets are on sale now for that event, and the events here tend to sell out quickly.  There will also be a special Valentine’s Menu if you are looking for dinner reservations. At night The Edison is a 21 plus venue and there is a dress code you will want to be aware of. You will want a reservation for a table.

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Head over to the Boathouse Restaurant where you can take an Amphicar Tour. It is a 25-minute ride around the lake, where you can take in the sights of Disney Springs. Feeling nostalgic? These Amphicars were made in the ’60s. You know there are not even 400 left in existence nowadays. They are something special. Three to four people can fit along with the Captain. The cost is $125 and you can reserve it from 10 am-10 pm over at the Boathouse Boatique. Fun fact, if you eat at the Boathouse or spend $50 in the Boatique you can get $25 off your ride!

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Okay, this one certainly brings the romance. The Basket at Wine Bar George, has a picnic option you can order and take anywhere to have your picnic in Disney Springs. This is on my to-do list, and I know I would be bringing my basket to go sit and listen to some of the amazing live entertainment Disney has performing. I even bought this one for my Mom for Christmas, because how sweet is a picnic lunch or dinner?! So there are different options you can choose from to go in your basket. You can choose your wine, sharable bites, a sandwich, and even a cookie. If you spend at least $60 it comes with the basket.

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End your night on a sweet note. Over at Sprinkles, you can find some specialty Valentine’s Day cupcakes from February 3-17. If you want to make it extra special preorder a specialty box with lovely messages on them such as “Be My Valentine”, or make it a little spicey with “Let’s Make Out”.  They come in these limited edition gold foiled, red boxes too! Or if you want the fun of picking one out there check out the first-ever Cupcake ATM to order your cupcake.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these 5 date night ideas at Disney Springs. If you like these ideas or have others let us know. Follow Disney Addicts for great planning ideas such as these!

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