Main Street, U.S.A, Disneyland Park
Main Street, U.S.A, where the small-town America of the 20th century comes to life.
From the vintage vehicles and horse-drawn carts to the gas-lit arcades and old-fashioned stores, it recreates how life was in the good old US of A more than a hundred years ago.
This is the world that takes you back in time and across the Atlantic - all without leaving the park.
Take a trip down Main Street to the Town Square in one of our chauffeur-driven vintage vehicles, including timeless Mercers, paddy wagons and even fire engines.
If you fancy an extra-special trip down the brick-paved streets, be sure to jump on to one of our horse-drawn streetcars.
There are two arcades full of amazing displays to fascinate and astound. Head to the Discovery Arcade to see some of the most ingenious 19th-century inventions, from the truly incredible to the downright bizarre.
In the Liberty Arcade, historic photos and artwork bring to life the story behind one of the most famous symbols of the American dream – the Statue of Liberty.
Make sure you visit to the Victorian-themed stores offering a great range of souvenirs and exclusive Disney gifts and Disney park merchandise to help you remember your trip when you get home.
For the chance to get up close to the magic, take in a day-time Disney parade.
Look on in awe as spectacular floats and famous Disney faces march by in colourful costumes, accompanied by festive music and lights. It's a show-stopping way to make any trip to the park extra special.
Main Street, U.S.A is the perfect place to watch the Disney Dreams night-time spectacular show.
Sleeping Beauty Castle is lit up by sensational lights and lasers, acting as the canvas against which Peter Pan soars between incredible adventures in timeless Disney tales. You'll follow his flight of fancy as he weaves between rocketing fountains and the castle's turrets.
Enjoy delicious all-American dishes in beautiful surroundings inspired by the life and times of Walt Disney at Walt's – An American Restaurant, where each room reveals the story behind a classic Disney moment, like the creation of Mickey Mouse.
There's also plenty of hearty, homely fare on the menu at Victoria's Home-Style Restaurant. Fresh from the huge cast-iron oven, food is served in a setting similar to old Victorian boarding houses and there's plenty of artwork and décor to admire.