This location started out as the Fantasy of Disneyland Shop. Next, it enjoyed a long tenure as the Tinker Bell Toy Shop (1957-2002), where guests could purchase Madame Alexander Dolls and other toys. Next, it became the Once Upon A Time Princess Shop, followed by the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique on April 17, 2009.
Fantasyland, dubbed “The Happiest Kingdom of Them All,” opened as one of five original lands at Disneyland Park on July 17, 1955. The fairytale village brings to life the wonder and magic of Disney’s animated stories and characters.
Meeting the Princesses was FUN! Tink was terrific and she put so much pixie dust on my book!!!
With the wave of a wand, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique offers magical makeovers for royalty-in-training ages 3 to 12. Watch as your young majesty or knight takes a seat in a lavish salon throne and enjoys pampering perfection, courtesy of their very own Fairy Godmother-in-training or Coachman.
Children get to choose a special hairstyle and then add makeup, nail color and accessories—and even a Disney Princess (or knight) costume.
Best of all, you’ll get a front-row seat as your belle prepares for the ball—or your knight prepares to defend the castle. Share their joy as they get a truly resplendent royal treatment!
Prices range $75 - $450
You can see my review for Dumbo sipper cup and Casey Jr. Train popcorn bucket.
Here at the top of Snow White's Scary Adventures is the evil Queen Grimhilde looking out the castle window.
The Red Rose Taverne offers the more traditional fare of burgers, salads and the grey stuff.
Alice in Wonderland ride. Disneyland Resort, Anaheim is the only park that has this original ride.
Flynn Rider kept going on and on about how Rapunzel's hair grew 18" in one year!
The Matterhorn Bobsleds was the first tubular steel roller coaster in the world when it opened in 1959 and can be found only in Disneyland.
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Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".