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Disneyland Resort
One Minute Guide to New Orleans Square
February 22, 2016
Author: Kimberly Fidler


We have been having the best time sharing our One Minute Guide to the Disneyland Resort video series. So far we've shared our One Minute Guide to Fantasyland, One Minute Guide to Adventureland, One Minute Guide to Tomorrowland, One Minute Guide to Main Street U.S.A. and our One Minute Guide to Critter Country. It's #moviemonday again, and that means we have another One Minute Guide to debut. Today we're sharing our One Minute Guide to New Orleans Square, one of the most classic, mysterious and mesmerizing lands at the Disneyland Resort. Find out what makes New Orleans Square so unique in our One Minute Guide to New Orleans Square:

You can learn more of New Orleans Square's secrets in our articles, 17 Things You Didn't Know About Pirates of the Caribbean and New Orleans Square, and 20 Secrets of the Haunted Mansion. When you're ready to sip on a mint julep in a quiet space tucked away in New Orleans Square and heartily sing along to "A Pirate's Life for Me," aboard Pirates of the Caribbean, check out our Disneyland packages online or call our Disney Experts at 855-GET-AWAY. Our package deals include exclusive hotel specials, discount Disneyland tickets, Anaheim area coupons to use while you're on vacation and so much more. Our agents have been to all of our hotels so they can give you first hand recommendations and would love to help you find the perfect package for your family's Disneyland vacation. Or, explore our hotels online and read reviews from other Get Away Today guests to get the inside scoop. Whether you book online or over the phone, we are committed to making sure your vacation is the best yet!

Read more of these great articles and watch the other videos in our series:

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It will always be Jacken Square to me.... Not New Orleans square

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