Downtown Disney Shopping Options – Part 2

If you got tired already of visiting all four Disney theme parks and even cooled off with the two water parks that they have to offer, why not just party, shop, dine over at the Downtown Disney Area. The area is divided into three sections namely Downtown Disney West Side, Downtown Disney Marketplace, and Pleasure Island. In this article we take a look on some of the shops and boutiques that you might consider doing some wonderful purchases. They have a variety of items to offer and would fit your reasonable budget. Here is the second installment of the shops in Downtown Disney.

The Art of Disney – You don’t have to be an art connoisseur appreciate art. Here in the Art of Disney, you can shop for original paintings, sculptures, collectible figurines, lithographs, limited edition Sericels and many more. This shop caters to all types of budgets from the high end ones even to those that are reasonably priced.

Once Upon a Toy Store – Whenever you see an entrance that is made out of Lincoln Logs and Tinker toys, it is definitely a fun place to shop. This toy store is perfect for the young and young at heart. You can find every Disney themed toy that you want. Even the monorail system has its own incredible display in miniature that is part of the shop. You can find every Disney DVD that you can purchase to enjoy it over and over again. There are almost 300+ selections in their binder that you can create your own Disney Collection.

Disney’s Days of Christmas – You can visit this shop in all seasons, but during the holiday season this makes it more special. You can find some Santa Hats, Christmas stockings and more Disney character ornaments. There are even more collections like train sets, snow babies, movies, books and a whole lot more. You can even have that Traditional Glass Mickey Head that can be personalized for extra dollars. They even sell some edibles like cocoa, coffee, cookies and peppermint bark. There are so many choices but so little time and you might spend the whole morning looking for the right holiday memorabilia.