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Frontierland/Liberty Square Shops and Restaurants

Frontierland/Liberty Square Shops and Restaurants

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Brier Patch:  Prior to Splash Mountain opening, a store spelled "Brier" Patch sold wooden crafts and baskets in Frontierland near the Rivers of America.  When Splash Mountain opened in 1991, the store was replaced by a new one spelled "Briar Patch" near the attraction.  

Heritage House: Located near the Hall of Presidents and open since 1971, this shop sold American history items.  It closed on January 4, 2014 and became a MyMagic+ location.

Ichabod's Landing: It sold magic tricks, monster masks, gags and film.  

Keel Boat Shoppe:  Located near the Keel Boat dock, it sold magic tricks, monster masks and gags.  

Mlle. Lafayette's Parfumerie:  Custom blended perfumes could be made here.  After you had your own individual scent blended for you, it was assigned a number so you could order more through the mail.   Famous brand perfumes were also available.

Mlle Lafayette's Parfumerie Magic Kingdom Liberty Square Walt Disney World

Olde World Antiques:  Opened in March, 1972 and closed January 30, 1996.  It featured one-of-a-kind antiques and authentic reproductions.  According to some reports, it only made about $100,000 a year but spent close to a million on merchandise for sale!  In 1996 this store and Silversmith were combined into the Olde World Christmas Shoppe.

Olde World Antiques Magic Kingdom Liberty Square Walt Disney World

Tricornered Hat Shoppe:  This shop sold themed and character hats.

Yankee Trader:  This shop opened in September of 1973 and sold kitchen gadgets.  At one point it was sponsored by Smuckers.  It closed on July 27, 2014 and was replaced by Memento Mori.


Aunt Polly's Landing: In 1995 it became a sesonal spot called Aunt Polly's Dockside Inn.  

Fife and Drum: Snacks and soft drinks were available here.

Fort Sam Clemens:  Located on Tom Sawyer Island, it sold frozen fruit slush drinks.

Mile Long Bar:  Pepsi-Cola and Frito-Lay were the original sponsors when it was an opening day restaurant and you could get products by the two companies there.  Mirrors made the bar seem like it was a mile long.  Mounted heads of Buff, Melvin and Max from the Country Bear show were in the restaurant and would move and talk as guests exited from the show.  It closed on January 5, 1998 and became part of Pecos Bill's Tall Tale Inn & Cafe.

Pecos Bill Cafe:  Was connected to the Mile Long Bar.  Offerings included Mexican entrees, churros, hamburgers and chicken sandwiches.  It closed the same day as the Mile Long Bar and was remodeled and expanded into the Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe.

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