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New Orleans Square

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Travel to the French Quarter of New Orleans, and visit 999 happy haunts or sail pirate-infested waters.
Welcome to a replica of New Orleans in Louisiana, from a haunted antebellum mansion to classic New Orleans style food at the French Market and Café Orleans. New Orleans Square opened in 1966 and was the first new land to appear since Disneyland's opening in 1955. Live music can be heard through the streets, and portrait artists await your arrival to draw portraits of you or your children. Don't forget the thrilling spectacular of Fantasmic!, which can be seen on weekends, holiday's and summer periods.

TIP: If you are planning to visit this area around the Fantasmic show time, you may want to reconsider. Unless you have a battle plan worked out, it is very busy in this area during these evenings and you will more than likely get very frustrated trying to get around. You definitely still can get from place to place though, as long as people are following the directions of Fantasmic Guest Control Cast Members, everything runs at a pretty steady pace. This is also the best time to ride attractions in this area. Everyone is waiting for the show to start and no one is on any of the local attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean or the Haunted Mansion.
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Disney Jenn - DIO on 12/4/2015
One of my favorite lands in the park. Decorations are always beautiful especially during Christmas time.
Aurora0791 on 4/22/2012
If you have ever been to New Orleans, you will love this land. The buildings are beautiful, and lots of shade.

Points of Interest

Disneyland Railroad
Enjoy scenic views and a relaxing journey around the perimeter of Disneyland.
Haunted Mansion
999 happy haunts have taken up residence at this mansion on the hill, will you be 1000?
Pirates of the Caribbean
Sail through pirate coves, a pillaged and plundered city and see if a dead man really tells no tales.
Blue Bayou
Take in the always-night atmosphere at one of the most thematic restaurants in Disneyland.
Café Orleans
Table service location featuring classic Cajun-Croele options, with walk-up or reservation seating.
French Market Restaurant
The sounds of live Jazz & Blues enhance the dining experience at this buffeteria service location.
Mint Julep Bar
Sip non-alcoholic mint juleps while enjoying various baked desserts and pastries.
Royal Street Veranda
"Try our gumbo" or chowder in a fresh baked sour dough bread bowl.
Haunted Mansion Holiday
Jack Skellington has been busy! He's decorated the Haunted Mansion for Christmas, only things have gone a bit spooky... be sure to check out this seasonal attraction!
Blue Bayou Restrooms
Very tiny bathroom location for guests of the Blue Bayou only.
New Orleans Square Restrooms
Larger restrooms that are frequently crowded since they are the closest in this region of the park.
Cristal d'Orleans
Fine art crystal featuring both Disney and non-Disney collectables.
Jewel of Orleans
Peruse high end jewelry, handbags and other rare or one-of-a-kind items.
La Masquerade d'Orleans
Le Bat en Rouge
Trendier women's clothing and merchandise with Disneyland and character flourishes.
L'Ornement Magique
Choose from a selection of merchandise from Disney's the Princess and the Frog.
Parasol Cart
Take home a custom parasol for your Southern Belle, decorated by hand while you watch.
Pieces of Eight
Take home some of the pirate bounty you saw on your voyage through the pirate coves.
Port Royal
Nightmare Before Christmas and Haunted Mansion fans delight in the options available for them here.
Portrait Artists
Pastel and watercolor portraits drawn while you wait by Disney artists.
Royal Street Sweets
Recharge with a sugar rush of brandname candies and other Disney sweets.
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