People gather on a sunny street in front of a building with partially obscured architecture, covered by a large printed tarp that mimics a façade.

Main Street, U. S. A. Refurbishment Continues at Disneyland Park

Shannen Ace

Following the completion of facade work on the fire house and City Hall, the refurbishment work has now moved on down Main Street, U. S. A. at Disneyland. The next section is part of the Emporium’s facade.

A sunny day on a bustling street at disneyland, featuring architectural facades with people walking and a clear blue sky.

The scrim is printed to look like the regular facades and the area is surrounded by construction walls.

Facade of a building in a theme park, covered with a tarp printed to resemble the building's actual appearance, with visitors walking by.
Building facade covered with a large tarp printed to mimic its architecture, with pedestrians walking by.

The full store is still open during construction.

Open doorway of a shop with shadowy interior, flanked by beige walls and lit by a lantern on a bright day, with a woman standing to the left.

Guests can enter the shop here still through a tunnel-esque walkway amidst the walls.

View from inside a building, looking out through open double doors to a sunny street scene with pedestrians.
Facade of a building under renovation with a printed tarp concealing construction, situated in a theme park street setting with pedestrians.

Additional new facade work has claimed the much beloved palm parlor porch sitting area on Main Street. Despite the work appearing at least somewhat extensive peeking behind the scrim, the neighboring shops and silhouette studio both remain open.

A busy street scene at a theme park with visitors walking past shops, one of which is covered in blue scaffolding for renovation.
Facade of a building with a sign saying "finalcloset" and musical notes printed on a blue tarp, suggesting construction or renovation.
Awning partially pulled away from a building, exposing building insulation and structure next to a sign that reads "silk.

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