New Orleans Square is one of the shopping centrals of Disneyland. This is the are where you will find many different types of gifts. Some stores have pirate items others have shaped glass or other fragile items. If you enjoy shopping you will definitely want to spend a couple hours in your day strolling through the streets of New Orleans and heading into the stores.
Here are the stores you will find in this are and what they sell:
- Cristal d’Orlean– Crystal
This place is really pretty! These items are VERY fragile, so if you go in here with kids be sure you have a stroller or have them close to you. Also if you buy one of their items be sure you get it wrapped well wnough to last you until you get it safely home.
- L’Ornement Magique – Collectable Ornaments
This shop is open year round. They sell a wide variety of ornaments (Disney and non-Disney themed) that make a great gift or addition to your Christmas tree.
- La Boutique de Noel – Christmas Shop
This shop is seasonal. This has Disney Ornaments, Christmas Stockings, and Decorations and other seasonal treats int he store
- La Mascarade d’Orleans – Antiques
This store has all types of antiques and authentics. this is also the place you find, Guissipe Armani figurines.
- LeBat en Rouge – Nightmare Before Christmas Merchandise
This stores has many Villan Merchanidse a long with all the Nightmare Before Christmas merchandise.
- Mlle. Antoinette’s Parfumerie – Perfume
If you Love Perfumes this will be the sotre for you. These are many different types and smells.
- Parasol Cart – Custom decorated Parasols
- Pieces of Eight – Pirate Themed Items
This store houses many of the pirate merchandise. It has hats, play guns, play swords and other clothing items that are all pirate centered.
- Portrait Artists – Portraits
- Royal Street Sweets – Sweets
This store specializes in tasty confections, Festive Mardi Gras masks. and Beads and boas.
This Disneyland training article was written by my friend Melissa. Melissa is a Wife and Mother of 3 (ages 5, 3, and 1). Her family lives 10 minutes from Disneyland and visit the magical park at least 1 a week! She also blogs over at Living A Frugal Life about how to have a frugal life while still having a rich family life. She loves DIY projects, cooking from scratch, saving money and spending time with her little family!
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