Full Tour of Tiana’s Bayou General Store at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

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Two people stand in front of a wall adorned with various vintage-style signs, including messages like "Bring Home the Bayou" and "Jolie's Co." The atmosphere is reminiscent of a southern bayou-themed setting.

Full Tour of Tiana’s Bayou General Store at Magic Kingdom

With the opening of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom, Tiana’s Bayou General is now open. This gift shop is located at the exit of the attraction and is the former Splashdown Photos.

Tiana’s Bayou General

A wooden wall in Tiana's Bayou General is adorned with colorful frames around screens at the top and vintage washboards of different designs at the bottom. Several small baskets and pots are placed atop the screens. A ceiling light illuminates the corner.

Before entering the store, guests can attach their on-ride photo to their MagicBand or ticket. Photos appear on screens in colorful wooden frames, while the Mickey tap points are on hanging washboard.

Rustic shop entrance with a wooden sign reading "Welcome to Tiana's Bayou General groceries, housewares, dry goods & more." A ceiling fan is visible above the door.

Tiana’s Bayou General advertises groceries, housewares, dry goods, and more.

A plaque next to wooden double doors reads, "Welcome to Tiana's Bayou General. Dedicated to our friends and neighbors. Est. 1927."

A plaque next to the entrance says the store is “dedicated to our friends and neighbors” and was established in 1927.

A wooden shelving unit in a rustic room displays various gardening supplies, including pots, seeds, and tools. Cabinets and drawers beneath provide additional storage.

The interior is decorated like an old-fashioned general store. There are shelves packed with retro grocery items.

Wooden shelves displaying various bath and body products including soap bars, bath salts, sponges, and metal pails. Products are neatly organized and labeled.

These are props and not for sale. Items include watering cans, laundry soap, and recipe books.

Wooden shelves filled with various products, including canned goods, books, soaps, and jars. Some items have vintage-style labels, and the shelves are neatly organized.

One recipe book is “Meals of Maldonia,” Naveen’s home country. The other is “Tiana’s Family Recipes.”

A wooden pantry with shelves stocked with various canned and boxed goods, jars, bags, and boxes. A wooden counter is visible on the right side. The room has wooden beams and paneling.

The columns of the store are fake trees growing through the shop.

People browsing inside "Tiana's Bayou General" store, decorated for Mardi Gras with shelves stocked with various products.

A banner hanging between trees reads, “Happy Mardi Gras from your friends at Tiana’s Bayou General.” Like much of the Tiana’s Bayou Adventure decorations, this banner is the main colors of Mardi Gras — green, purple, and gold.

Visitors in a themed attraction; a man in green wears Mickey ears, and a woman also in green adjusts her hair. A vibrant mural with floating lanterns and a cartoon character decorates the wall behind them.

There are murals in wooden frames that make for the perfect photo ops. One near the entrance door features Mama Odie with the light of the ride’s climactic lift hill behind her. Bottle lanterns hang from trees around her.

A colorful mural on a wooden wall depicts a man on a log ride with a crocodile. Various props and decorations are arranged above the mural. To the right, there is a vending machine.

This mural features artwork of Louis and some critters riding a log down the salt dome. There are bottles and fireflies around them. The murals’ frames are topped with crates, some labeled “Tiana’s Foods.”

Illustration of two bears playing yellow musical instruments in a forest setting with a tree and a bird at the top, on a brightly colored wall panel with wooden framing.

Claude and Bernadette, two Louisiana black bears that appear on the ride, are featured in this mural. The ride’s salt dome façade and Tiana’s Foods water tower are behind them.

The backdrops are lit by lights built into the tops of the frames.

A mural depicts three animated characters performing: a woman in a gown, an alligator playing a trumpet, and a man playing a guitar. Fireworks explode in the background over a large building.

The last mural sees Tiana, Louis, and Naveen dancing in front of Tiana’s Palace. The Tiana’s Foods water tower is silhouetted in the background. Fireworks go off overhead.

Wood-paneled room with rustic decor, including two oars mounted on the wall, a shelf above holding various items, and a hanging light fixture.

Oars and a shelf of supplies are mounted on the wall.

Two people stand in front of a wall adorned with various vintage-style signs, including messages like "Bring Home the Bayou" and "Jolie's Co." The atmosphere is reminiscent of a southern bayou-themed setting.

Painted on the wall behind the cash wrap is “Bring Home the Bayou.” Mounted around the painted words are various signs for products like C’est Beau Brand sweet peas, Julias & Co. powdered laundry soap, Dr. Miga’s moustache wax, and Bayou Best vegetables.

Two employees in uniform stand in front of a wall decorated with various signs and framed pictures, including a poster for "Tiana's Place.

Another wall features a Tiana’s Foods sign, a “now hiring” ad, and a framed “Cookery” magazine cover featuring Tiana.

A refrigerator displaying bottled soft drinks and water under a sign reading "Refreshments." Above the refrigerator are vintage boxes and decor items.

Bottled sodas and water are available to purchase from a cooler labeled “Refreshments.” A Tiana’s Foods crate, okra box, and hot sauce box are among the props on top.

A sign on a wall reading "Tiana's Palace - Make your reservation today! Enjoy jazz and New Orleans cuisine on the bank of the Mississippi River" with an illustration of the building.

Another metal sign advertises Tiana’s Palace: “Enjoy jazz and New Orleans cuisine on the bank of the Mississippi River.”

A wooden shelf displays a decorated cake, books, two boxes, and metal canisters against a rustic wooden wall.

A King Cake is on one shelf alongside boxes of King Cake mix and other ingredients.

A wooden board titled "Deliveries" displays papers, including a delivery log, a handwritten note, and a Mardi Gras King Cake advertisement against a wooden wall. An old milk can and telephone are nearby.

A bulletin board is labeled “Deliveries.”

A delivery ledger listing suppliers, items, quantities, amounts, and received by signatures. Includes various items like canned peas, milk, and soap from suppliers like Circle Barn and Bear Hollow Candy.

Pinned to the board is a delivery ledger. It lists various orders for some of the products seen in the store.

Handwritten note on a wooden surface reads, "Dear Princess Ivana, Thank you so much for inviting us to the big party at your house. Please tell the musicians that they were the best band I ever heard in my whole life...

A letter reads:

Dear Princess Tiana,

Thank you so much for inviting us to the big party at your house. Please tell the musicians that they were the best band I ever heard in my whole life, which is a very long time because I am almost eight years old already.

Love,
Abigail

A handwritten note on floral-bordered paper thanks the Feitel family for their contribution. Next to the note is a Mardi Gras King Cake-themed flyer with colorful graphics and text.

A hand-written note on Tiana’s Palace stationery reads:

Dear Tiana’s Foods Family,

Just a note to say thank you for being part of our story. I appreciate all that you do.

Your friend,
Tiana

A poster for Mardi Gras season advertising King Cake, featuring flavors like traditional, strawberries & cream, and praline. The poster states, "Now Accepting Orders.

There’s also an advertisement for King Cake.

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Check out the Tiana’s Bayou Adventure merchandise, as well as opening day and Passholder-exclusive merch.

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