Liberty Square represents colonial America through it’s architecture as well as the attractions. The Haunted Mansion is a Disney classic, The Hall of Presidents has become a staple show, and the Riverboat brings life to the Rivers of America.
Thematically, Liberty Square blends in with Frontierland as the main street that connects the two lands represents a passage of time. The land distinction can be identified through the dark rock path present in the middle of the Liberty Square walkway. This path is made to represent the unsanitary streets of the day that resulted from people emptying their bedpans.
There are technically no restrooms in Liberty Square. All of the restrooms listed as part of Liberty Square are technically part of an adjacent land (Fantasyland or Adventureland).
Past this gateway stirs a new nation waiting to be born. Thirteen separate colonies have banded together to declare their independence from the bonds of tyranny. It is a time when silversmiths put away their tools and march to the drums of a revolution, a time when gentleman planters leave their farms to become generals, a time when tradesmen leave the safety ofhome to become heroes.
Welcome to Liberty Square!