General Information

Location: The entrance to the park, extending down to the area in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Provides direct access to Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.

Date Opened: July 17, 1955

# of Rides and Attractions: 6

# of Entertainment and Shows: 4

# of Dining Locations: 7


Rides and Attractions

  • Disneyland Railroad— Experience on of Walt Disney's favorite things while circumnavigating the park on one of these classic trains.
  • Fire Engine— Ride Main Street in this authentic turn-of-the-century fire engine.
  • Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln— Learn about the history of Disneyland, and then have President Abraham Lincoln tell you about the Civil War.
  • Horse-Drawn Streetcar— Use this old-fashioned form of public transportation to get from one end of Main Street to the other.
  • Horseless Carriage— Travel Main Street in style with a chauffered trip along Main Street.
  • Omnibus— A slightly more modern means of conveyance along Main Street.


  • Carnation Café— One of three table service restaurants at Disneyland (not counting Club 33), and the only one serving breakfast.
  • Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor— A selection of flavors for a cone, a sundae, or a float.
  • Jolly Holiday Bakery— Sandwiches, soups, salads and bakery items
  • Little Red Wagon— Hand-dipped corn dogs, and only hand-dipped corn dogs.
  • Market House Starbucks— Starbucks hot and cold drinks served with an assortment of food from Starbucks and Disney
  • Plaza Inn— Some of the heftiest portions in the park, known for its signature fried chicken.
  • Refreshment Corner— Grab a hot dog and Coke and listen to ragtime music.

Stores and Shopping

  • 20th Century Music Company— Disney CDs and videos.
  • Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen— A wide variety of candies and other sweets, some of which are made on site in the Candy Kitchen, within view of park guests.
  • China Closet— Collectible china products as well as many snowglobes.
  • Crystal Arts— Handmade crystal products with custom monogramming and engraving available.
  • Disney Clothiers, Ltd.— Disneyland-themed sportswear and household items.
  • Disney Showcase— Disneyland clothing and tradable pins.
  • Disneyana— Collectibles of all types but particularly animation cels and artwork. Disney Dollars are also available for purchase from here.
  • Emporium— The biggest store in Disneyland has just about any general Disneyland-related merchandise. Subsections for toys, plush dolls, small souvenirs, and clothing. Check out the interior second-floor "offices" which help set the stage.
  • Fortuosity Shoppe— Unique souvenirs, jewelry, and custom artwork artisan watches.
  • Main Street Magic Shop— Sorcerer Mickey merchandise; as of August 2009 magic tricks are no longer sold.
  • Main Street Photo Supply Co.— Specialty candies and fudge.
  • Market House— Disney-themed dry food goods and household items. A coffee counter sells drinks and snacks.
  • Newsstand— Small souvenirs, and your last opportunity to make a purchase as you exit the park.
  • Penny Arcade— Filled with functional antique penny arcade machines, cheap candies and saltwater taffy are available here.
  • Silhouette Studio— Have a custom silhouette made and framed.
  • The Mad Hatter— Hats of all types from the straightforward to the completely silly.

In the Past...

Here you will find a list of selected rides, shows, or restaurants that have been removed fromMain Street, U.S.A., never to return.