Disneyland's Main Street or Magic Kingdom's Main Street?

Disneyland's Main Street USA vs Magic Kingdom's Main Street USA


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Kram Sacul

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In the Parks
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Disneyland of course. They have an actual cinema still running, the buildings are just the right size and it’s the original. The hub also isn’t a parking lot with fake grass, no shade and no where to sit.
 

mikenatcity1

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My favorite Main Street is actually DLP's because of the arcades and the bricked road, but I definitely prefer DL's over MK's. The bricked sidewalks of DL's Main Street simply look nicer than all the red concrete MK uses instead.
It's funny...it took me almost 2 days to realize the brick was there in DLP (this past May). I remember thinking there was something "warm" about the feel and didn't realize what it was until someone said "brick". I loved the look! And the castle at the end of Main St...so far my favorite of the 3 i've seen (Sorry DLR/WDW).
 

Disneylover152

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Wow. It always amazes me when I hear something new. How many people actually get haircuts there?
I know a lot of AP holders do it at Magic Kingdom. It's actually a pretty good deal. It's $19 for adults, $17 for kids. You get a haircut and pixie dust in your hari.

I got my first haircut there... my mom said they do this giant party and Mickey Mouse came and he gave a printed certificate and a Mickey Ear Hat with "First Haircut" emroidered on the back. You also get pixie dust and more she said. It's only $25 (a few dollars less than a Mickey Hat at the Emporium).
 

ThemeParkTraveller

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It's funny...it took me almost 2 days to realize the brick was there in DLP (this past May). I remember thinking there was something "warm" about the feel and didn't realize what it was until someone said "brick". I loved the look! And the castle at the end of Main St...so far my favorite of the 3 i've seen (Sorry DLR/WDW).
If you liked the look of DLP's, you should also check out HKDL's. A near clone of Disneyland's Main Street except it swaps the brick sidewalks for the brick road like DLP. The mountains in the background behind the castle are beautiful too. A shame their new castle will probably block that view out when it's completed.

 

Rich T

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Disneyland for its Main Street Cinema, Magic Shop, and longer hours for its charming vehicles. It's just too bad about that hideous fake-rocks-and-whirligig-monstrosity on the right as you reach the hub.
 

Disneylover152

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Disneyland for its Main Street Cinema, Magic Shop, and longer hours for its charming vehicles. It's just too bad about that hideous fake-rocks-and-whirligig-monstrosity on the right as you reach the hub.
I've always heard about the bottleneck that those fake rocks caused. I never experienced a bottle neck in Tomorrowland at all the three days I was in Disneyland...

I only experienced a bottleneck in Fantasyland by Mad Tea Party and a bottleneck at the entrance to Adventureland.
 

Stevek

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There are certain things I like about both parks. WDW's has a grander feel to it but the giant emporium and lack of unique stores hurts it. The Barber shop is very cool, their Confectionary/Candy Store is massive. Disneyland's has a quaintness and just works better for me. That's not saying WDW's is bad...it's really got some beautiful architecture.
 
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