Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe is a Liberty Square gift shop focused on Christmas ornaments, decorations and other holiday merchandise.
Opened in 1996, the store replaced three Liberty Square stores: Olde World Antiques, Silversmith, and Mlle. Lafayette's Perfumerie.
As the Shoppe was created by merging three separate giftshops, the three sections were given different themes, overall telling a story of a fledgling nation celebrating their freedom of religions by way of celebrating the holidays. Simpler, more natural decorations of greens, pinecones and fruit can be found throughout the stores, while candles can be seen gleaming in the windows.
A Music Teacher's Shop serves as a very formal setting where mandolins, fiddles and recorders can be seen set up and prepared for a concert on Twelfth Night (January 6) with sheet music for traditional carols like "Joy to the World", "The Holly and the Ivy", and "I Saw Three Ships" can be seen on music stands. A sign advertising music lessons hanging outside implies the owner is Ichabod Crane.
Next door is a Woodcarver's Shop, a much more casual workshop setting where handcrafted ornaments and toys can be found scattered around the displays.
The third area, located in the former Silversmith shop, is the home of the Kepples (inspired by Walt Disney's grandfather, Kepple Disney), a Pennsylvanian German family of craftsmen and folk artists who have welcomed guests into their warm home to share their hospitality and sell their wares. This storyline was intended by the Imagineers to allow the shop to keep a woodburning stove prop from the former Silversmith shop, though it was ultimately removed for more display space.