On the audience left side was a convertible library wall that has a flap that can be moved from one side to the other, revealing either a stained glass window or a library.
In the center, an impressive, centerpiece, arched entryway was constructed. On the right, a stone wall in front of which the Beast would make his climactic transformation back into the Prince.
Additional elements included a "Little Town" house where Belle lives with her father, a circular well in period style, the infamous invention cart created by Belle's father, a breakaway balcony railing and facade wrapping a home-grade, rolling scaffolding unit, a borrowed Chip's Cart and miscellaneous other set pieces.
Though not specifically set related, the main character costuming was rented, with the decision to go for the more expensive option because the Beast and many of the other character's look much better than the more inexpensive option... and because it was anticipated that ticket sales would cover the higher costuming cost which may have otherwise impacted the set construction budget.