PHOTOS: An in-depth look at the visually stunning interior of The Edison in Disney Springs

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The Edison, Disney Spring’s newest lavish industrial Gothic-style restaurant soft-opened earlier this week, here is an in-depth look at this swanky bar’s interior.

According to Disney’s history, the building housing The Edison originally served as the power plant for the growing town of Disney Springs. Inside the restaurant, guests can find stunning remnants of its past life, like the Boiler Bar, with dizzying electrical display panels and adjacent boilers.


The restaurant also contains a sensational one-of-a-kind mural, which romanticizes the golden age of innovation, and a working clock tower, which greets guests as they arrive. Both of which may cause you to stop in your tracks just to take these visuals in.

In addition to these visually stunning remnants, the restaurant also contains 35-foot ceilings and a range of other scenic themed areas, including:

  • The Ember Parlour
  • Telegraph Lounge
  • The Patent Office
  • The Tesla Lounge
  • The Radio Room
  • Waterfront Patio
  • The Lab

Inspired by the 1920s electric company, The Edison really does exude an air of romance and old world sophistication. See more of The Edison’s impressive interior in the pictures below.

You can visit The Edison today as it is currently in soft opening. The restaurant officially opens January 15 and reservations can be made now on the official website and on OpenTable.

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