New Orleans Square
Welcome to the French Quarter of New Orleans Square in Disneyland Park! Raise a mint julep to celebrate the Mardi Gras all year round in this place of mystery, magic and jazz music.
Pay your respects to the grinning ghouls at the Haunted Mansion. There are 999 haunts who are "dying" to meet you — and they always have room for one more! Will you be their 1000th "gloom"-mate? Or perhaps a pirate chanty is more to your taste. Board a boat in the Pirates of the Caribbean and sail down into the misty pirate caverns to discover the curse of Davey Jones. Disneyland Railroad also stops at the station here. So, hop on board for a ride around the park!
Live entertainment sizzles on the stages and streets here in New Orleans Square. Delight in the tasty tunes of Jambalaya Jazz Band or get down with the traditional jazz and blues of the Royal Street Bachelors. Be sure to catch princess Tiana's Mardi Gras Celebration as she performs hoppin' songs from The Princess and the Frog.
All this adventuring is bound to make a person mighty hungry. When it does, just visit one of the delicious restaurants with food inspired by la belle Louisiana herself. Try the jambalaya in the French Market Restaurant or the cuisine of the elegant Blue Bayou, where boats float by your table. To chase away the heat, drop on by Café Orleans for a satisfying sit-down meal or venture to the Mint Julep Bar for a bit of Southern hospitality and a refreshing drink, as well as delicious fritters, ice cream and other sweet treats.
Take home some of that New Orleans magique and mystique. Crystal D'Orleans offers exceptional custom crystal for everything from paperweights to chandeliers. For something a bit more gothique, try Le Bat en Rouge and revel in its rogues gallery of scary souvenirs featuring Jack Skellington and his friends. And if the pirate in you feels the need to plunder, check out Pieces of Eight for hats, doubloons and other treasure inspired by the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
The French Quarter
The sights and sounds of the historic French Quarter are recreated in this land with the picturesque courtyards, lacy wrought iron balconies, the swing of jazz bands and smell of down home cooking. Everything about the architecture invokes the grace and elegance of the Old South, with its lazy summer days and vibrant nights. The style is influenced by a comely combination of French, Creole, Cajun and American traditions.