There is only one New Orleans Square, and that is at Disneyland- so unless you’ve been there you may not have even heard about it before! It wasn’t part of Disneyland when it first opened, but it was the first land to open after that. It is set in Louisiana back in the 1800’s and more like a street alley than a square which curves around into shops and restaurants. It seem small, but is the home to two major attractions: Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion. The Pirate crew comes out and performs music on the street throughout the day, Jack Sparrow comes through for greetings and so does Jack Skellington and Sally from “Nightmare Before Christmas”.
- Disneyland railroad stop
- Haunted Mansion
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- viewing area for Fantasmic!
- Blue Bayou Restaurant (table-service, in the Pirates ride)
- Club 33 (Private members-only club, look for 33 Royal Street)
- Cafe Orleans (table-service)
- French Market Restaurant (cafeteria-style)
- Mint Julep Bar (non-alcoholic, Mickey-shaped beignets)
- Royal Street Veranda (counter-service)
- Cristal d’Orleans
- Le Bat en Rouge
- L’Ornement Magique
- Mlle. Antoinette’s Parfumerie
- Pieces of Eight
- Port Royal
- Royal Street Sweets
- Princess Tiana’s Mardi Gras Celebration
- Jewel of Orleans
- Disneyland Dream Suite – This one isn’t really former (it was used in the Year of a Million Dreams promo is 2008) so much as very rarely in use and inaccessible to the general public.
Linds is a Disney fanatic which started from a young age with her first Disneyland trip at 4 years old- now married and has 4 boys, she enjoys going even more! Linds blogs at Enchanting Deals about the latest Disney specials and park, dining and resort guest tips. She loves being a Disney deal expert- to help families get to Disney and save money! Also can find her on Twitter or Facebook.