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Located on the ground floor of the castle, this is one of the 'year round' Christmas shops that Disney parks seem to have in abundance.
Styled as a woodcarvers workshop, it specializes in wood carved items of all kinds, many with a Disney theme.
La Petite Maison des Jouets
The colorful shingled roof on this old world cottage houses plush toys and other Disneyland Paris souvenirs.
Merlin the Magician
Glass and crystal items, jewelry, pewter tankards and plates, dragons and other figurines are amongst the many items to be found here. You will also find an entrance to The Dragon's Lair.
Seven Dwarves Cottage
This is the place to get clothing, jewelry and toys for the kids, including everything needed to deck out your little prince or princess.
This shop offers two separate shops, one selling children's clothing and costumes, the other fine crystal. A perfect place for parents and kids to split up for a bit.
Three Fairies Candy shop
This shop sells sweets of all kinds, enough to satisfy the hungriest traveler.
Also staged around Fantasyland are a series of stands selling plush toys and other
souvenirs, many with a DL Paris logo.
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