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Main Street U.S.A
in the Magic Kingdom
influences from around the country, such as New England and
middle of Main Street where each of the four corner buildings
represents a different architectural style. There is also no Opera
House as there is at Disneyland; instead there is the Exposition
Hall. Main Street is lined with shops selling merchandise and
food.
The decor is early-20th century small-town America, inspired by
Hall contains the Guest Relations lobby where cast members
provide information and assistance. A real working barber shop
Disney souvenirs such as plush toys, collectible pins, and Mickey-
ear hats. Tony’s Town Square and the Plaza Restaurant are sit-
down restaurants. Casey's Corner is at the end of Main Street
and sells traditional American ballpark fare including hot dogs
and fries. An example of a classic Main Street, U.S.A. attraction is
the Walt Disney World Railroad, which can transport guest
throughout the park, making stops at Frontier land and Mickey's
Toontown Fair. In the distance beyond the end of Main Street
stands Cinderella Castle. Though only 189 feet (55m) tall, it
benefits from a technique known as forced perspective. The
shorter than the first stories, and the third stories are even
shorter than the second, and the top windows of the castle are
much smaller than they appear. The resulting visual effect is that
the buildings appear to be larger and taller than they really are.

Symbolically, Main Street, U.S.A. represents the park's "opening
credits". Guests pass under the train station (the opening
curtain), then view the names of key personnel along the
windows of the buildings' upper floors. Many windows bear the
name of a fictional business, such as "Seven Summits
Expeditions, Frank G. Wells President", with each representing a
tribute to significant people connected to the Disney company
and the development of Walt Disney World Resort.

The park contains two additional tributes: the Partners statue of
Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse in front of Cinderella Castle and
the Sharing the Magic statue of Roy O. Disney sitting with Minnie
Mouse in the Town Square section of Main Street, U.S.A. Both
were sculpted by veteran Imagineer Blaine Gibson.
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