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Blue Sky Cellar at Disney California Adventure Park Gives a Peek Inside Market House and Aulani Expansions

Erin Glover

by , Editorial Content Director, Disneyland Resort

This morning, Walt Disney Imagineering added new renderings to Blue Sky Cellar at Disney California Adventure park, updating guests on the expansions of both Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, and the new Market House, which will open in September on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland park, serving Starbucks products and a selection of specialty Disney pastries.

Above is one of the renderings included in the update, which gives you a little peek at what Market House will look like when it opens. As you can see, it will remain themed as a turn-of-the-century general store – and yes, the stove will be there, too!

The new Aulani renderings give guests a detailed look at the new Ka Maka Landing, part of the ongoing expansion at the resort in Hawai`i. You can see these new renderings for yourself inside Blue Sky Cellar now, which will be followed by a larger update this fall.


  • James–
    In a previous blog post, Erin said that the checkerboards would be incorporated into the refurbished market house. I don’t think I’m allowed to post a link though.

    • Fred, James and Sean – That is correct; the checker boards will return as well.

  • Another big feature besides the stove and the party lines was the checker board set. Will that remain?

  • I love the design of the new market house, I was curious though, is the checkerboard with checkers still going to be there? My family and I enjoyed playing it while waiting in line.

  • Thanks for this update Erin!

    That rendering looks great, and thank you for once again confirming that the stove and party lines will still be part of the store!

  • I love the design, but I would like to know about the bigger update coming in the fall. New attractions coming perhaps?

    • Stay tuned, Bill!

  • How about the Swift Birthday Cake room? Is that still going to be part of the design of that building, or has it passed along to Yesterland?

  • You’re keeping the old-timey-wood paneling, the stove and the party lines? Good! that’s all I need- well done!

  • Hi Erin! I’m glad the stove will still be in the Market House. Do you know if the “party line” phones on the walls will still be there (and working)?

    • Yes! The phones will be incorporated into the refurbished Market House.

  • the design is very similar to Starbucks on main street at MK.. nice!

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