Stroll down this gateway to Disneyland park, where turn-of-the-century architecture and transportation bring the small-town Middle America of the early 1900s to life.
Welcome to Main Street, U.S.A. — home, sweet home in the park!
Hop on a vintage vehicle or horse-drawn streetcar for a jaunt down Main Street, U.S.A., watch some of Disney's early short films at the Main Street Cinema, or board the Disneyland Railroad at the grand Main Street Station for a ride around the park! You can even see one of our nation's most beloved presidents speak during The Disneyland Story presenting Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln.
Share the timeless experience of watching fireworks explode over Sleeping Beauty Castle with the ones you love. Main Street, U.S.A. is always alive with music, including the jaunty melodies of a ragtime piano player and the dulcet tones of The Dapper Dans, a barbershop quartet singing the songs of yesteryear.
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Magic tricks, sweet treats, jewelry — those are just a few of the amazing things you can buy on Main Street, U.S.A.! Explore the extraordinary selection of merchandise at the famed Emporium or pick up a pair of ears at The Mad Hatter. Visit Disneyana for a stunning collection of fine art, collectibles and customized original artwork by Disney artists. The unique shops offer a prime selection of gifts for friends and family of all ages.
Savor the enticing aroma of baked goods, rich coffees and sugary ice cream cones on Main Street, U.S.A. Plenty of carts and wagons provide quick, healthy snacks for those just passing through. For something a little more leisurely, try the Carnation Café or the Plaza Inn, which offers a fantastic Character breakfast with Minnie Mouse and her friends.
Preserved in just the order he left it, Walt's own apartment is located on the second floor above the firehouse. An antique-style lamp sits in the window in honor of his memory throughout the year, replaced by a Christmas tree during the holiday season. While it used to be lit to let Cast Members know when Walt was in residence, it's now a special symbol of Walt's continued presence in the Park.
Attractions and entertainment are subject to weather conditions and change without notice.