There are lots of different places on Main Street for shopping. In fact most of Main Street is shopping. It is set up like an old town with lots of different shops. But while the shops look like different shops form the outside, a lot are one big shop in the inside.
Here are the different shops and what they carry:
20th Century Music Company – Disney CDs and videos, including those of park entertainers like The Side Street Strutters. They also have a few older songs that you don’t find other places
Candy Palace & Candy Kitchen – This is the candy shop of Disneyland they have old-fashioned candy like saltwater taffy and other handmade candies, caramel apples, and fudge.
China Closet – This place has lots of fragile items so I would recommend going to this place on your way out of the park. They have snow globes, porcelain plates and figurines, seasonal items.
Crystal Arts – This is another fragile item shop. They have glass blown objects, personalized gifts.
Disneyana – Lots of general Disney Merchandise in this store including collectible merchandise, posters, lithographs, books, and Disney cells.
Disney Clothiers, Ltd. – Disney clothing for men and women.
Disney Showcase – General character shirts and hats.
The Emporium – A huge on the inside that doesn’t look as large on the outside. The store is stocked with just about anything imaginable in the way of Disney gifts, clothes, plush, and souvenirs.
The Mad Hatter – This is a warehouse of any kind of Mickey Mouse ears and other character hats.
Main Street Magic Shop – This store has magic tricks, books, and joke items.
Main Street Photo Supply Co. – This is the place you can pick up any photopass items. This is also a Camera center, photo supplies, and photo pickup.
Market House – Select candy and gourmet treats, kitchen supplies and household items.
New Century Jewelry – Fine character jewelry, bracelets and charms. This is a great place to get a gift for that special someone.
New Century Timepieces – This store is all about time and things that tell us the time. They have custom watches, Mickey Mouse and other character watches, and clocks.
Newsstand – Great place to get last minute gifts. They also have postcards and film items.
Penny Arcade – Old-fashioned arcade games and pressed coin machines.
Silhouette Studio – This is one of the few places in the park where you can get original pieces. Disney artists create souvenir silhouette cutouts of individuals or groups. This is a cool souvenir for children.
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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