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A New Look for the Disneyland Main Street Windows

Peter Pan and Cinderella are featured in some of the just-debuted displays.



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    Six new Main Street window stories were created for Disneyland's 60th anniversary celebration. Two of the windows, Peter Pan and Cinderella, are now on view.

    TWO HAVE MADE THEIR DEBUT... and they're full of don't-wanna-grow-up-ness and midnight-clocks-striking: "Peter Pan" and "Cinderella" are the first pair of Emporium windows to be unveiled. Look for animated figures -- there are the Darling kids from "Peter Pan" practicing their flying -- and several other elements from the fairy tale. A quartet of windows are still to come in the coming months, including "The Princess and the Frog," "Aladdin," "Toy Story," and "Frozen," so best prepare to carve out a few extra minutes to linger and look on Main Street. For while the fireworks and big roller coaster dips and splashy parade can, and should, get much of our attention, the quieter ongoing Disneyland displays are as much a part of the heart of the park as anything. And that the park's whimsical windows are open all year long is a treat for those who do treasure a mighty magical holiday-themed shop window, an annual sight that does come and go far too fast.