Magic Kingdom's Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe

Haul out the holly because it's the right time to start gathering together the magical trimmings that give your holiday home that Disney touch. It doesn't matter if you're shopping in the parks or sitting at home online, Disney has fabulous gear to spread some holiday cheer.

Liberty Square's Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe: [body]Liberty Square's Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe


In Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, 'Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe' has a mission to make sure that Disney guests can go home and deck their holiday halls with a little magical Christmas cheer. This unassuming, red brick, colonial building nestled in Liberty Square offers a welcoming respite for those who keep the holiday spirit in their hearts all year long. The store specializes in Ornaments, Stockings, Holiday Tree Skirts and Nutcrackers featuring our most beloved Disney characters. No matter what style or color scheme you're planning for your Christmas Tree you can find something with sparkle in the Christmas Shoppe.


Walls Full of Magical OrnamentsWalls Full of Magical Ornaments


One of the most magical parts of 'Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe' May be a little tree tucked away in a corner. Each morning the first children through the door of the shop get the honor of decorating this little Magical Moments Tree any way that they want from the ornaments available in the shop. Once the tree is decorated, the artists' names are added to the sign for all to see.

Magical Moments TreeMagical Moments Tree


If you can't get down to do your 2015 holiday shopping then the DisneyStore.com has a solution just for you! This year the Disney Parks Authentic collections showcase popular styles of Disney themed Christmas decor for those with Mickey Mistletoe on their mind. Online offerings include popular collections such as Mickey Santa, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Victorian Holiday, and Disney Princess themed decorations.


Walt Disney World Four Parks OrnamentWalt Disney World Four Parks Ornament


Christmas ornaments are one of the most popular souvenirs sold at Walt Disney World and collectors always keep coming back again for new designs and styles. It's a great way to remember the wonderful times of vacations past, and look forward to travels in the future. Now is the time to pick up your holiday finery to display for the coming Christmas Season.


Visit The Magic Kingdom's Ye Olde Christmas ShoppeVisit The Magic Kingdom's Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe


What sort of Disney Magic will you be adding to your holiday decor this year? Leave a comment and let us know!

Marion Gagliano wrote on Mon, 11/12/2012 - 16:33:

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My favorite shop in MK.

Elaine wrote on Mon, 11/12/2012 - 16:35:

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I love Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe! The last time we were there we were waited on by a wonderful retired gentleman who even made checking out a magical experience. I bought something for about $10 and he rang up the purchase and boxed it up with extra care like it was worth millions of dollars. As he was doing that he told us interesting stories about how he ended up working at the happiest place on earth. I could have stayed and chatted with him for hours (and also wanted his job!). It's these little extras that make Disney so special. Looking forward to visiting there next month - I think I've picked out 3 new ornaments just by looking at the pictures!

Melissa W wrote on Mon, 11/12/2012 - 20:26:

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I love this shop - we buy an ornament every time we visit WDW!

JeffC wrote on Tue, 11/13/2012 - 02:21:

Oh, I might add a Disney ornament or 2 around the place :p

I love the Christmas Shoppe! Something always winds up in our collection from here. Joe tries to steer me away, but it never works.

ALISON ROWLANDS wrote on Mon, 09/23/2013 - 20:12:

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Hi, I wonder whether anyone can help me. Last year my son bought a set of stars & stripes mickey mouse ears christmas baubles. I love them and would be really gratefull if you could tell me where i can get some of them?
thank you so much.

Kristen K. wrote on Tue, 09/24/2013 - 15:24:

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Hi Alison! I'm not entirely sure what a "christmas bauble" is, however there are several dedicated Christmas shops at WDW. One in Liberty Square in the Magic Kingdom, one in Downtown Disney, an done in Epcot's Germany Pavilion.

Alternatively, Merchandise Guest Services continues to be accessible toll free at (877) 560-6477 and the cast members there are extremely helpful at tracking down all sorts of merchandise.

Mary wrote on Wed, 11/23/2016 - 16:14:

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I need some help. I went to Disney in October 2016. It was my first time in eighteen years. I went to Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe and bought an amazing Ariel ornament in her green dress. I went to put up my tree and found out it's broken beyond repair. I'm heartbroken. Anyone know another way to replace it besides going back to Disney?

Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 11/23/2016 - 20:39:

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No worries Mary - give the folks at Merchandising a shout and they should be able to help you out.

Merchandise Guest Services continues to be accessible toll free at (877) 560-6477
or for international callers at +1 (407) 934-6111.

All of the previous e-mail addresses for Merchandise Guest Services and mail order services have merged and consolidated into Merchandise.Guest.Services@DisneyParks.com

Felicia wrote on Mon, 08/12/2019 - 20:52:

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Absolutely love this place. The workers are so nice and take extra time with you and your purchase. The lady checking me out made sure I knew all the information, first time, I needed to know about the Magic Kingdom. Very pleasant and smelled so good inside.

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