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Downtown Disney - Marketplace,
Once Upon a Toy

One of the newest stores in the Downtown Disney Marketplace is a huge toy shop called, not unappropriately, Once Upon a Toy.

The store is a very large store filled with every imaginable type of toy, from classics like Tinker Toys and Lincoln Logs to board games to stuffed toys. Here are a few pictures that I took during a little walk around the shop.

The facade of Once Upon a Toy features several well-known toys.
The facade of Once Upon a Toy features several well-known toys.

Just inside the door, a make-your-own Mr. Potato Head center is one of the first things you'll see.

The make-your-own Mr. Potato Head center.
The make-your-own Mr. Potato Head center.

Above the Mr. Potato Head center, an overhead conveyor (with a familiar appearance) adds a little atmosphere.

The overhead conveyor.
The overhead conveyor.

But lining the walls in this first room are large numbers of classic board games.

Classic board games.
Classic board games.
Classic board games.

Continuing on, we come upon a make-your-own Lincoln Log Set center.

The make-your-own Lincoln Log Set center.
The make-your-own Lincoln Log Set center.

Check out the Tinker Toys and model railroad in the ceiling of the classic toy room.

The classic toy room.
The classic toy room.

In this room, several classics such as Spirograph, Lite-Brite, Star Wars toys, dinosaurs, and Muppet toys can be found.

Spirograph and Lite-Brite.
Spirograph and Lite-Brite.

Star Wars action figures and toys line this wall.
Star Wars action figures and toys line this wall.

Paleo toys in plush and plastic.
Paleo toys in plush and plastic.

Muppet plush.
Muppet plush.

The next room has an interesting decoration on the ceiling...

A "Life"-like game spinner.
A "Life"-like game spinner.

This part of the store features a plethora of plush.

Plush toys.
Plush toys.

The final room is the doll room. The decor is dominated by a large castle and some familiar figures flying around the ceiling.

The doll room's castle.
The doll room's castle.

Peter Pan, Wendy, and Tinker Bell fly about the doll room.
Peter Pan, Wendy, and Tinker Bell fly about the doll room.

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