This is the bridge connecting
Disney's Pop Century and Art of Animation Resorts.
Inside Animation Hall, you'll find the check-in lobby.
Disney's artwork is the theme of this resort
as you can see by the display on the back wall of the lobby.
Here is another wall of animation cells.
Check out the amazing chandelier of sketches.
Here's a look inside "Landscape of Flavors",
the resort's food court.
You'll find a variety of specialty food stations,
like the one pictured above.
The "Ink & Paint Shop" is where you'll find
your next Disney souvenir.
The art theme continues inside the store
with giant paint bottle displays.
Just outside Animation Hall, you'll find the Schoolyard Sprayground
featuring Nemo and all his friends.
Finding Nemo building facing The Big Blue Pool.
Children's play area.
Crush & Dory sculpture.
Rafiki invites you to the Lion King section.
Stay away from the Elephant Graveyard.
Actually, kids are welcome to the Elephant Graveyard.
It's a playground!
But no climbing, please
(as indicated by the many signs).
Watch out for Scar!
But no worries, Simba watches over
the pride land both day and night.
The next area we come to is The Little Mermaid section,
as marked by the statue of Prince Eric.
The "Under the Sea" theme is detailed on every building.
King Triton is just one of the enormous sculptures
you'll find in this area.
Hopefully, the little ones won't be frightened by Ursula the Sea Witch.
Of course, we can't have a Little Mermaid section
without the sea princess herself, Ariel.
Here she is with her best friend, Flounder.
Here is a layout of the resort, indicating all the sections and buildings, including the Cars section.
Sorry, I didn't get to photograph that area as it was our check-out day
and we had to get going but that just gives me a reason to go back. ;)