Last month, we told you about the new Main Street Enchanted Windows, set to debut during the Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration. Two of the six windows have opened, and today I’ve got some up-close photos to share with you.
Along with new technology and effects, what is remarkable about these windows is the detail. Take a look at the tiny objects sitting on the furniture in the photo above!
These windows, featuring the stories of “Peter Pan” and “Cinderella,” truly are enchanting. Keep an eye out, as more windows featuring the stories of “Frozen,” “The Princess and the Frog,” “Toy Story” and “Aladdin” are set to debut later this summer.
I definitely expected more then 2 of these to have debuted in time for July 17th, but can’t wait to see what the rest of these look like as long as these stick around for a long time
Cant wait ! Visiting Disneyland in November with my 4 grandchildren ! Good job I have brought 5 day tickets
Kicking myself for forgetting to check these out last week. Will need to see them when we return for the holidays in November! (Erin, perhaps these could be featured in the daily park map/entertainment handouts?).
One of my most favorite things about going to Disneyland is walking down Main Street and seeing what wonderful surprises await you in their fun window displays. Always entertaining!
The windows are beautiful and each one tells a story. Looking forward to the other windows this summer.
I am so glad to see these, as the Main Street windows were always our first stop when I was a girl. My dad loved showing us the little details. I’m very happy to see these reimagined classics come to life again. I can’t wait to see them in person!
These are wonderful! Can’t wait to see them on our next visit.
We will be there in December to visit during the holidays. Will these window be changed out with Holiday decor? Also will the parade and fireworks be changed to a holiday theme or will the 60th anniversary shows still be running?
I have seen them in person. These windows are wonderful! I just hope that their mechanics will be maintained.
These are lovely, Erin! So neat to see the Emporium display window tradition continue. Now I’m curious to see what surprises are in store behind the remaining windows.