“J.P. and the Silver Stars” was a steel-drum band that played traditional songs with a Caribbean flair on their steel drums on a stage across from the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean The band was from Trinidad and originally called “The Adventureland Steel Band”, the name was changed to “JP and the Silver Stars” […]
One of the best toy stores on property, it sold Disney plushes, toys, a wide variety of patches, kids clothing, and Madame Alexander dolls. One of the more unique items it sold was bars of soap with Disney character scenes imprinted on them. Unique to the store was the design of the check-out counters, as […]
The King’s Gallery was located inside Cinderella Castle, across from the entrance to Cinderella’s Royal Table restaurant. It closed in 2007 and was replaced by the Bibbity-Bobbidy Boutique. Following the Castle’s medieval flair, it had beamed ceilings and decorative elements like flags with crests, etc. It sold swords, artwork, high-end chess sets and collectibles.
Another tiny store in Liberty Square, this store was, according to story, run by "J. Tremaine, Prop." Johnny Tremaine was the title character in the 1957 Disney film based on the Esther Forbes novel. The film told the story of a silversmith’s apprentice who joins the Boston Tea Party and hung the lanterns on the […]
This small shop was located next to the Mike Fink Keel Boat attraction and sold a variety of scary masks and other spooky goodies (although the selection was much smaller than the House of Magic on Main Street, USA or Merlin’s Magic Shop in Fantasyland)