Construction Walls Blocking Sidewalk Removed From New Orleans Square at Disneyland

The construction walls that previously partially blocked a sidewalk of New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park have been removed.

The walkway has fully opened up once more.

There are still construction walls further down the street, in front of the Blue Bayou Restaurant and Mlle. Antoinette’s Parfumerie.

Although construction walls no longer block Port Royal Curios & Curiosities and Pieces of Eight, the shops were not open during our most recent visit.

We could see inside the shops through the windows, but there was nothing fishy going on.

Plexiglass barriers remain on the counters of these shops.

The remaining construction walls block the façade of Blue Bayou, which is closed for refurbishment through June 8, but will soft open this weekend.

Another set of construction walls is at the end of this street.

Some walls also wrap around the front of French Market Restaurant, which remains open.

Pirates of the Caribbean is also still closed for refurbishment through July 1, but construction throughout New Orleans Square is beginning to wrap up.

How do you feel about the walls in New Orleans Square? Let us know in the comments.

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