We continue our coverage of Port Orleans French Quarter with a look at the gift shop, Jackson Square Gifts and Desires. French Quarter’s gift shop is located off the resort’s lobby. The shop carries a variety of gifts, including Disney souvenirs, sundries, and snack items.
Jackson Square is open daily from 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.
Here is a photo of the main entrance.
Let’s look inside to see what kind of merchandise is available.
For reference, these items were present on the day of my visit, which was in late 2021. Merchandise will change from time to time. So, all of these items might not be available on your visit.
However, these French Quarter resort-branded items in the picture below have been around for quite some time. I thought the beignet shirt was cute.
In the photo below, you see a tumbler and coffee mug specific to Port Orleans French Quarter.
And a shirt with Tiana.
Other resort-specific items include artwork, keychains, magnets, and shot glasses.
In addition, the store had a decent selection of magic bands, slap bracelet bands, and phone cases.
There is a variety of snack items in the back corner of the store. I found that there are many more options for grab-and-go items here than what’s available at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory.
So keep the gift shop in mind if you can’t find what you’re looking for next door at the counter service.
There is everything from Disney-branded popcorn to chocolate.
Additionally, there are plenty of pantry items.
A few health and personal items are on the opposite side of the same display.
Usually, the basic needs are covered at these hotel gift shops.
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What items do you usually look for at the different gift shops at Disney World? Did you see anything at the French Quarter gift shop that looked interesting?