New Orleans Square is where the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland is located. As the name suggest, the area is entirely decorated to look like a town in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. Pirates of the Caribbean and Port Royal are also located in this park area.
- The Haunted Mansion:
- The Haunted Mansion Holiday (overlay):
- The Pirates of the Caribbean:
- The Disneyland Railroad:
- The Pirate's Arcade Museum:
- The Disney Gallery:
- The Disneyland Dream Suite:
- Le Bat en Rouge:
- Port Royal Curios & Curiosities:
- Mlle. Antoinette's Parfumerie
- Royal Street Sweets
- Pieces of Eight
- Cristal d'Orleans
- Club 33:
- The Blue Bayou:
- Churros near Haunted Mansion
- Popcorn near Haunted Mansion
- French Market Restaurant
- Mint Julep Bar (non-alcoholic)
- Cafe Orleans
- Royal Street Veranda
- 21 Royal:
- Appropriate to its name, New Orleans Square is divided up into a series of streets. These include Royal Street, Esplanade Street, Orleans Street, and Front Street.
- The Haunted Mansion is located on Esplanade Street.
- Pirates of the Caribbean is located on Royal Street. The building the show is housed in is known as the Royal Street Gallery.
- New Orleans Square was once planned to have had a mega-theme connecting the stories of the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Tom Sawyer's Island. The only true remnant of this plan is a bricked up oven-crypt marked, "1764" which homages the plan to have had a crypt in the Haunted Mansion connect to Tom Sawyer's Island.
- The year 1764 aligns with the year Spain announced their acquisition of Louisiana. France only reclaimed Louisiana in 1800 via a secret treaty condition only for Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte of France to sell it three years later.
- There are many allusions to historic 19th century pirate and smuggler Jean Lafitte who himself was once intended to be a major factor in the proposed mega-theme.
- In Pirates of the Caribbean, the loading zone for the attraction is a boat-dock labelled Laffite's Landing in the Blue Bayou. The name here is misspelled but the allusion remains.
- There is an anchor in New Orleans Square which has a plaque reading, "Said to be from a pirate ship commanded by Jean Lafitte in the battle of New Orleans – January 8, 1815 – It is also said that Lafitte’s privateering ships left a wake of blood from the mainland to Barataria Bay – But don’t believe everything you read".
- There used to be a silver goods and custom engravings shop in the area called, Laffite's Silver Shop (although his name is once again misspelled).
- Tom Sawyer's Island there is an area called Lafitte's Tavern and the other in the now extinct Fort Wilderness where a display can be seen homaging the final battle of the war of 1812 (which was the battle Lafitte partook in).
- There are newspaper clippings on Tom Sawyer's Island stating that Jean Lafitte used to use the island as his lair.