Shopping at Disneyland: The Ultimate Guide to Browsing the Shops

There are some amazing shopping opportunities at Disneyland!  Browsing the shops is a wonderful way to spend some time when not going on attractions.  Disney guests can find clothes, hats, jewelry, plush toys, and many other souvenirs in Disneyland’s many stores. Below are some fun shops to check out on Main Street to Toon Town, and from Fantasyland to Tomorrowland.

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Main Street Shopping

Main Street is one of the top shopping destinations in Disneyland! Checking out the shops on Main Street is a good afternoon activity to take a break from the crowds and the heat..

Plaza Point Holiday StoreExterior photo of Plaza Point at Disneyland Park

Plaza Point is a holiday themed store that occupies the former PhotoPass camera shop on Main Street. The store sells seasonal items from ornaments to home decor. The store changes seasonally to showcase additional holidays like Lunar New Year, Halloween, etc. You can also get personalized ornaments here!

DisneyAnaStars scatter across the night sky as lights illuminate shops and attractions on Main Street, U.S.A.

Disneyana is on Main Street, right as guests enter the park.  This unique gallery showcases one-of-a-kind work of limited-edition and original artwork. Guests may even catch a Walt Disney Imagineer or artist as they drop by for special signings.  Be sure to check out the beautiful Thomas Kinkade Disney prints.

The Mad HatterPatriotic flags cascading from the storefront as lights outside The Mad Hatter illuminate the night

The Mad Hatter on Main Street, U.S.A. sells Mickey Ears, apparel & accessories. Disney fans can also personalize a pair of Mickey Ears with fun princess and Disney park designs, such as Ariel, Cheshire Cat, Sally, and the Enchanted Tiki Room.

The EmporiumPatriotic flag banners cascade from the storefront as lights outside the Emporium illuminate the night

The Emporium is at also the beginning of Main Street and offers the largest selection of souvenirs in all of Disneyland Park.  Disney fans can purchase Mickey Mouse Ear Hats, pins and autograph books, clothing, decorative mugs, home décor, and artwork and other collectibles.  This store has it all!

Disney Showcase

Across the street from the Emporium, the Disney Showcase is a wonderful place for guests to find seasonal apparel and souvenirs. Disney fans can browse an ever-changing assortment of holiday merchandise, including costumes, keepsakes and customizable clothing.

Disney Clothiers, Ltd.Backs of Disney spirit jersey

Disney Clothiers, Ltd. also has a great selection of clothing, hats, and accessories including the famous Disney spirit jerseys.

Silhouette Studio

Guests can stop by the Silhouette Studio to have a keepsake customized for their family.  Disney artists can draw a one-of-a kind portrait in about a minute and guests will have this special memento for a lifetime!

The 20th Century Music Company

The 20th Century Music Company is the place to stop in for the latest Disney film soundtracks.  Guests can also browse the latest pin collections, lanyards and accessories.

The China ClosetClose up of China Closet cups and mugs

The China Closet sells gifts, housewares, art, and collectibles.

The Main Street Magic Shop

The Main Street Magic Shop sells, well you guessed it, magic kits, along with art and collectibles.

Crystal ArtsFriends take a break from the ESPN Zone Sports Arena games for food from the ESPN Zone restaurant

Crystal Arts has a beautiful display of crystal souvenirs, such as figurines, tiaras, and personalized glassware that can be engraved while guests wait.

The Candy Palace and Candy KitchenDisney Fantasmic! chocolate pieces

The Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen sells a wide assortment of treats for the sweet tooth.  Sugar fans can buy delicious chocolate-covered strawberries, caramel apples, toffee, fudge, and cookies.  This place has something sweet for everyone!

StarbucksStarbucks at Disneyland

Starbucks has coffee, of course, but also sells a unique collection of mugs, tumblers, and ornaments with Disney designs.

New Orleans Square Shopping

New Orleans Square offers a variety of shops from the upscale to the kid friendly. This charming part of the parks is a must see for any shopper!

Pieces of EightMonkey hanging from ceiling

Ahoy, matey!  Pirates and princesses alike will enjoy plundering Pieces of Eight, which is located as guests exit the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.  This treasure chest of a store sells pirate clothing, toys, and collectibles.

Port Royal Curios and Curiositiesport royal at disneyland

Guests can walk through the patio from Pieces of Eight to Port Royal Curios and Curiosities to browse Jack, Sally and their Nightmare Before Christmas friends with all sorts of ghoulish souvenirs.

La Mascarade d’OrleansDisney-themed rings, earrings, and bracelets with beads.

La Mascarade d’Orleans sell PANDORA® Jewelry, which is knows for their customizable bracelets. Guest can personalize these with Disney and other charms. Guests can find beautifully hand-finished necklaces, earrings, rings, charms and bracelets in .925 sterling silver and 14 carat gold.

Mlle. Antionette’s ParfumerieStore front sign in shape of perfume bottle

Mlle. Antionette’s Parfumerie sells a nice collection of perfumes.

Cristal d’OrleansFine crystal glassware sparkles in the evening while lining the window displays at Cristal d’Orleans

Guests will feel like there are visiting the Bayou when they walk into Cristal d’Orleans. This delightful shop houses beautiful crystal pieces, such as personalized cups, pitchers, tiaras, and figurines.

Le Bat en RougeStorefront of Bat Rouge

Le Bat en Rouge is cute boutique that sells a collection of beautiful Disney dresses, handbags, and accessories.

Critter Country Shopping

Make sure you don’t miss the shops hiding in this corner of the parks!

The Briar PatchBriar Patch storefront

The Briar Patch is located by Splash Mountain and sells a wide assortment of hats and caps, as well the popular personalized Mickey Ears. Disney fans can also etch their name on their purchases.

Pooh’s CornerTigger, Pooh, honey pots and other Hundred-Acre Wood-themed décor lining the entrance of Pooh Corner

Pooh Corner is as you exit The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh attraction.  This adorable shop features tasty treats, such as fudge, caramel apples, cupcakes and cookies.  Guests should try the chocolate-dipped pineapple for a refreshing treat.  This store also sells housewares, clothing, and a large assortment of plush animals from the Hundred-Acre Wood.

Adventureland Shopping

Don’t miss out on your shopping adventure when you’re in Adventureland!

The Adventureland Bazaar

The Adventureland Bazaar is across from The Jungle Cruise and has a safari and jungle theme.  Here guests can purchase merchandise from the Enchanted Tiki Room, Indiana Jones™ Adventure, and Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.  There is also a fun assortment of surf and beach-themed clothes from brands such as Roxy, QuikSilver, and Vans.

Frontierland Shopping

Frontierland offers two shops to transport you to the Wild Wild West.

Westward Ho Trading CompanyWestward Ho Trading Company, located within Frontierland at Disneyland Park at the Disneyland Resort

Westward Ho Trading Company is located next to the Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition.  Cowboys and cowgirls can check out the latest and limited-edition pin collections, along with lanyards, accessories and more.

Pioneer MercantileA towering pine tree stands tall directly outside the entrance to Pioneer Mercantile in Frontierland

Pioneer Mercantile is across the way and is a trading post. Pioneers can stock up their wagons with a wide selection of apparel, authentic headwear, leather jewelry, artwork, and candy. This Wild West general store is a must stop for western-wear as well as modern-day souvenirs.

Tomorrowland Shopping

Tomorrowland’s shops are your go-to for Star Wars merchandise in Disneyland!

The Star TraderThe exterior of Star Trader lights up in evening as spires atop Space Mountain extend toward the sky

The Star Trader is located by the exit to Star Tours – The Adventures Continue.  This is a must see for the Star War’s fans and their shopping desires.  Future Jedi’s can purchase limited edition collectibles, artwork, books, commemorative apparel, and an assortment of Star Wars merchandise. Guests can also purchase D-Tech cases for iPhones and other mobile devices and personalize them. Star Wars fans can also build their own light saber! Star Wars Launch Bay also has a store with a fun collection of Star Wars memorabilia.

The Little Green Men Store CommandBuzz Lightyear-themed merchandise and many other Pixar souvenirs at Little Green Men Store Command

The Little Green Men Store Command is as guests exit the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters attraction. This is a pin enthusiast’s dream!  This colorful store has one of the largest collection of pins in the parks. Guests can also purchase Vinylmation, Disney Pixar merchandise, and a fun assortment of toys.

Fantasyland Shopping

Don’t miss out on these charming shops and boutiques full of fantasy and magic.

The Bibbidi Bobbidi BoutiqueEntrance sign for Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disneyland Park

The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at the Disneyland Resort and the Enchanted Chamber are both located in Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Princesses can also purchase beautiful dresses, crowns, and accessories.  Guests can also purchase packages to transform their children into beautiful princesses or shining knights.

Fairy Tale TreasuresA shop with a half-timber style facade, a sign that reads 'Fairy Tale Treasure' and merchandise that includes ornate princess dresses for children, next to a tunnel with a sign that reads 'To Frontierland'

Fairy Tale Treasures is located in the Fantasy Faire.  This enchanted shop offers princesses royal apparel, toys and merchandise inspired by Cinderella, Rapunzel, Elena of Avalor, and other favorite Disney Princesses.

It’s a Small World Toy Shopdolls at the it's a small world toy shop

It’s a Small World Toy Shop is located at the exit to the attraction and sells a fun variety of dolls, plush animals, and toys.  This shop also has a fun collection of trading pins.

The Mad HatterMad Hatter shop front at night

The Mad Hatter in Fantasyland is next to the Mad Tea Party attraction.  This curious shop sells tiaras, princess hennins, Mickey Ears and more.  Guests can also personalize their headwear and buy themselves an “unbirthday” gift!

The Royal ReceptionBeauty and the Beast tshirts

The Royal Reception is a fun boutique where guests can find Beauty and the Beast merchandise for a limited time.

Toon Town Shopping

Don’t forget to check out the wacky shopping options in Toon Town!

Gag Factory-Toontown Five & DimeShopping at Disneyland: A whimsical laugh-o-meter featuring a Mickey glove pointing toward Gag Factory Toontown Five & Dime

Gag Factory – Toontown Five & Dime in Mickey’s Toon Town is a side-splitting shop to check out.  Disney guests can browse wacky merchandise, including Mickey Mouse Ear Hats, Disney character toys and plush, pins and autograph books.  This fun store also has decorative cups and home décor, and snacks and sundries.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is a shopping heaven for Star Wars fans with an abundance of options from collectibles, themed stuffed animals, lighstabers, droids, and more!

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Savi’s Lightsaber Workshop

This is where you can come to build your lightsabers! This secretive group of people who run this shop, the Gathers, have dedicated their lives to restoring balance in the galaxy by passing on their knowledge of the Jedi and the Force. You can read our full review to Savi’s Workshop here.

Build Your Own Droid at the Droid DepotImage result for droid depot star wars galaxy's edge

Guests can build their own R-series or BB-series droids along with other droid varieties. These droids will be capable of interacting with the immersive elements of Batuu making them a popular merchandise option. You can read our full review of the Droid Depot here.

The Creature Stall

The Creature Stall features different creatures of the Star Wars galaxy like porgs, tauntauns, Rathars, and more.

The Toydarian Toymaker

The toy stall run by local Batuu Toydarian, Zabaka, features Star Wars favorites like Chewbecca, Yoda, and stormtroopers all created to appear like they’re handmade with scraps found in land.

Black Spire Outpost

For the hardcore Star Wars fans, you can purchase full outfits at Black Spire Outfitters including options to mix and match clothing so you can fit right in with the immersive feel of the land.

Resistance SupplyImage result for Resistance Supply

Guests can find gear that showcases their Resistance loyalty with clothing, badges, and more at the Resistance Supply.

First Order CargoImage result for First Order Cargo

If the First Order is your style, guests can display their allegiance and choose among gear and supplies that the 709th Legion brought with them to First Order Cargo.

Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities

The theme of Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities is that of a rare collector selling items that represent various eras of the Star Wars universe such as ancient Jedi and Sith artifacts, lightsabers, holocrons, and more.

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About Monique Smalling

Monique and her husband, Ted, live in Sacramento, California with their two daughters, Sydney (14) and Reagan (13). Sydney's first trip to Disneyland was at one year old, and the family has been hooked ever since. The family has been annual pass holders for several years and visit the Happiest Place on Earth every couple of months. Each visit includes 3 to 4 days in the parks before heading to the beach. Monique and her daughters consider themselves huge Disney fans, and love sharing their knowledge and tips on the parks.

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