Buena Vista Street is a salute to 1920s and 30s Los Angeles, around the time that Walt Disney arrived in California. Stroll the tree-lined street, do some shopping, grab a snack, or take in the period streetmosphere entertainment. Carthay Circle at the end of the block features a beautiful fountain and a replica of the Carthay Circle Theater, where the premiere of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs was held back in 1937.
The Red Car Trolley takes guests from the main entrance, around Carthay Circle and through Hollywood Land.
Currently closed due to construction on the upcoming Avengers Campus.
The Katz family store features gadgets and home decor.
Big Top Toys
Toys, games and plush are under the Big Top!
Oswald's will set up you up with all of your "road-trip" essentials, including autograph books, hats, bags, antenna toppers, key chains and travel mugs.
Los Feliz Five and Dime is a "one-stop shop", featuring collections of clothing and other souvenirs inspired by railways and trolleys as well as character merchandise featuring Mickey and friends in retro mood styling. You'll also find a large selection of hats, which can be personalized with your name.
The biggest store on Buena Vista Street, Elias and Company pays tribute to the opulent department stores of yesteryear, carrying clothing for the whole family, plus a large selection of acccessories, include fine handbags.
Kingswell Camera Shop
This is the place to check out your PhotoPass pictures.
Atwater Ink & Paint
This shop features pins and housewares.
Trolley Treats features taffy, caramel apples, dipped strawberries, fudge, toffee and other handmade temptations, plus a working candy kitchen.
Meet Oswald the Lucky Rabbit near the entrance or meet Mickey and his pals further down on Buena Vista Street.