New Orleans Square

Little Details: New Orleans Square

Little Details: New Orleans Square

I know I’ve said this before, but New Orleans Square is just the best. Every land in Disneyland pays meticulous attention to the little things, but there’s just so much to find in New Orleans Square. Every alleyway, shop, balcony, garden…EVERYTHING works together to transport you from Main Street to Bourbon Street. Here are just a […] Read more…

Treasure Chests

It’s no secret that New Orleans Square and Tom Sawyer Island have been captured by pirates. They lurk everywhere, leaving anchors and crypts in their wake. But what’s the most important thing pirates leave behind? Buried treasure! Over the years, two treasure chests have washed up on the Rivers of America shoreline. The first chest […] Read more…

Mlle. Antoinette's Parfumerie

Mlle. Antoinette’s Parfumerie

May 2011 – present LOCATION New Orleans Square – The Parfumerie occupies a small corner of Orleans Street. If you walk along the Square’s front walkway, toward Critter Country, you’ll find the Parfumerie on your left, between Café Orleans and the French Market. EXPERIENCE Details: Merchandise – perfumes Price Range – expensive, you’ll be hard […] Read more…

Fortune Red

Fortune Red

If you’ve ever read this blog before, you know I’m obsessed with New Orleans Square. Every street and alleyway has hidden secrets to uncover! And if you ever find yourself wandering the alleys, you may just bump into a mysterious pirate: Fortune Red. Drop a coin into Red’s mysterious trunk, and he may just send […] Read more…

Lands in Pictures: New Orleans Square

Lands In Pictures: New Orleans Square

My favorite land at the Disneyland Resort is New Orleans Square. It’s uniquely designed to be an intricate series of alleyways, rather than an open space. Every street has its own personality, and the shop fronts are absolutely gorgeous. Here are just a few photos of Disneyland’s magical little square on the waterfront. Read more…

Pieces of Eight

Pieces of Eight

March 1967 – present LOCATION New Orleans Square – Pieces of Eight can be found next to the exit of Pirates of the Caribbean. To find the gift shop, head down Royal Street (the first alley way in New Orleans Square), and keep to the left. You’ll see Pieces of Eight on the left, just […] Read more…

Blue Bayou Restaurant

Blue Bayou Restaurant

March 1967 – present LOCATION New Orleans Square – The Blue Bayou is truly a restaurant hidden in plain sight; it’s inside Pirates of the Caribbean! To find the entrance to the restaurant, head down Royal Street (the street to the right of the Pirates entrance). You’ll see an ornate waiting room and a check-in […] Read more…

Disneyland Dream Suite

Disneyland Dream Suite

Have you ever strolled through New Orleans Square and noticed a mysterious staircase? These are the stairs leading to the most exclusive place in all of the Disneyland Resort: the Dream Suite.  Source: California Travel Expert The Dream Suite was initially slated to become the second private residence inside the park. Walt had a tiny […] Read more…

Lafitte's Anchor

Lafitte’s Anchor

New Orleans Square is pirate central at Disneyland, and not just in Pirates of the Carribean. The whole land is a home fit for a boisterous captain and crew, and there are hints throughout the land that it was in fact once crawling with pirates. The best indication of pirate activity in New Orleans Square […] Read more…

1764 Crypt

1764 Crypt

The beauty of New Orleans Square lies in the details; every railing, every garden, and every window is ornate and precisely decorated. Everything seems to fit together perfectly…except, perhaps, for one strange waterfront detail. If you walk along the lowest-tiered path in New Orleans Square, toward Critter Country, you’ll notice a small archway built into […] Read more…

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