Are you looking for a special gift—something that you won’t find anywhere else?
Well, step right into the One-of-a-Kind Shop.
You’ll always find a great selection of antique clocks, unique jewelry,
19th century objets d’art, and other treasures from the past.
Whether you’re a serious antique shopper or you just want to admire the
style and craftsmanship of a bygone era, please take your time looking at the
If you find an Italian music box, porcelain vase, terra cotta cherub, or carved wood
statuette that you like, you’d better buy it.
As the store name suggests, you might be out of luck if someone else buys it first.
Your purchase is guaranteed to be an authentic antique—unless it’s labeled as
While you’re in the neighborhood, you might also want to visit:
- Laffite’s Silver Shop—jewelry and other silver merchandise
- La Boutique d’Orif gold is more to your liking
- Mlle. Antoinette’s Perfumerieblend your own fragrances
- Marche Aux Fleurs, Sacs et Modehats and handbags (and film and cigarettes)
The One-of-a-Kind Shop was a part of Disneyland’s New Orleans Square, which
opened July 1966.
Walt Disney and Victor Schiro, the mayor of the real city of New Orleans,
presided over the grand opening of New Orleans Square and its shops.
The idea of having an antique shop within Disneyland is said to have come
from Walt Disney himself.
Walt Disney died in December 1966, just over four months before the April 1967
grand opening of the Pirates of the Caribbean, the biggest attraction of
New Orleans Square and arguably still the best Disney attraction of all time.
The space previously occupied by the One-of-a-Kind Shop became Le Gourmet,
a shop specializing in Disney-themed cooking and serving accessories and
Le Gourmet is now also gone.
Le Gourmet in 1998