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Buena Vista Street

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Experience the vintage Los Angeles that Walt Disney discovered when he arrived in 1923. Stroll past charming interpretations of historic buildings — complete with Art Deco storefronts, Spanish-tile roofs, wrought-iron balconies, sparkling fountains and shade trees. Ride the Red Car Trolley, sip a coffee at Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café or enjoy an elegant meal at Carthay Circle Restaurant.
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Points of Interest

Red Car Trolley
Take some historic transportation through the heart of Buena Vista Street and Hollywood Land.
Carthay Circle Restaurant
Fine dining in the heart of Buena Vista Street.
Clarabelle's Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Parlor
Try out the local Buena Vista Street ice cream! Features scoops, sundaes, dipped cones, everything ice cream related!
Fiddler Fifer and Practical Café and Bakery
A bakery and cafe that features soups, sandwiches, pastries, and Starbucks!
Mortimer's Market
Drop in for a quick healthy snack of various fresh fruits and vegetables, juices and sodas.
The 1901 Lounge at Club 33
This is a private club open only to Club 33 members.
Trolley Treats
Enjoy a wide selection of sugary snacks ranging from cookies to caramel apples to prepackaged goodies. The candy store of DCA is sure to give you or your children the rush to get through the afternoon.
California Adventure First Aid
Meet with Disney nurses to handle small medical issues, such as headache pain relievers.
Guest Services
California Adventure Info Board
Wait times, maps, schedules, and everything else you need to make the most of your day in DCA.
Guest Services
Chamber of Commerce (Guest Relations)
Head here to get answers to all your questions about your visit to DCA answered.
Guest Services
Buena Vista Street Restrooms
The first/last restroom inside the DCA turnstiles to make a stop before your adventure.
Carthay Circle Restrooms
These gorgeous and luxurious restrooms accomodate Guests dining at the Carthay Circle Restaurant inside the Theater. The restrooms continue the theme of the theater's tribute to Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs and Walt Disney's success.
Main Entrance Restrooms
Just outside the entrance to California Adventure, this location provides a quick stop before entering the park.
Atwater Ink and Paint Art Supply
This adorable shop named after the Atwater Village District of LA sells household items and kitchen supplies.
Big Top Toys
Housed in what looks like a Big Top tent, this is a child's heaven as a store filled with all sorts of toys. The store is sorted nicely by boys and girls toys, and features sections for various favorites including Phineas & Ferb, Toy Story, Pirates, and plush toys.
Elias & Co Department Store
The largest store in DCA, as the name implies this is a true department store. It houses departments for men, women, children, and accessories.
Julius Katz & Sons
Julius Katz and his Sons merged together to create a family business with this BV Street store that houses Disney collectibles, tons of Disney beach towels, and Disney Wedding Merchandise.
Kingswell Camera Shop
This is the go-to store for camera equipment, memory cards, batteries, AND the place to view your photos taken throughout the park by Disney Roving Photographers
Los Feliz Five and Dime
Located at right inside the entrance to Buena Vista Street past Oswald's Gas & Oil, the Five & Dime is a catch all store with merchandise representing popular attractions throughout the park.
Oswald's Gas & Oil
Much as it sounds, Oswald's is a "service station" (or service shop, in this case) supplying all those needs for your Disney theme park day, ranging from batteries and sunscreen to car decals and plush toys.
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