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PHOTOS: Disneyland’s New Plaza Point Holiday Shop Is Now Open

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Disneyland has a new permanent holiday shop on Main Street, U.S.A. Plaza Point opened today, replacing the former Photo Pass and camera shop. In this post we’ll take a look inside Plaza Point and see what it has to offer.

Plaza Point new marquee looks great and fits in perfectly with the rest of Main Street.

A look at the sign on side of the building facing Disneyland’s central hub. This sign was hand painted by sign artists at Disneyland.

Heading in to the shop we’re greeted by a display with some festive dolls.

A nice Christmas tree be wreath display to the right of the shop’s entrance.

This desk is where ornaments can be customized with the name of yourself or whomever you’re giving them to. I’ve always thought this was a great keepsake to commemorate a visit to Disneyland.

Nutcrackers on display. These aren’t for sale but they’re nice to look at.

Fans of holiday season decor in general will be very happy with all the items on display.

It wouldn’t be a holiday shop without some Christmas stockings on display.

What’s available for sale? Tons of Christmas ornaments, of course. This is just a selection of what’s on shelves at Plaza Point.

The exterior windows have these wonderful scenes. It’s hard to get good pictures due to the glair, but trust me they’re very nice!

Currently only Christmas and Hanukkah items are available for sale, but Disney says moving forward there will be other seasonal items throughout the year.

Plaza Point is a nice addition to Main Street, U.S.A. We couldn’t help but leave and not feel the Christmas spirit! Even though it’s 75 degrees and less than two weeks away from Halloween…

Will you be stopping by Plaza Point soon? What’s your favorite Disneyland Christmas ornament? Let us know in the comments.

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Guy Selga Jr.

Disneyland writer for TouringPlans.com and co-author of the Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. Also a Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. Twitter and Instagram: @guyselga

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