About a week ago, I was exploring Main Street USA at the Magic Kingdom when I noticed the balloon vendor was holding some iconic Mickey Mouse balloons that were solid color instead of the semi-translucent colors we’d grown accustomed to as of late. Look close… Read More »New Mickey Balloon colors available at Walt Disney World
It’s become an annual tradition. With a few weeks left to go in the year, Walt Disney World swaps out merchandise branded with the current year and starts to stock souvenirs for the next. I popped into MouseGear in EPCOT to discover the switch is… Read More »2017 Walt Disney World Merchandise
The latest trend in Elongated Coins (or Pressed Pennies if you prefer) is automatic machines. Just insert your money and out pops the souvenir coin. These have been available for a while near the Little Mermaid show exit at Disney’s Hollywood Studios but have now… Read More »New Star Wars Pressed Pennies Available at Disney Springs
One of the common complaints I hear about the parks concerns the lack of souvenirs that are specific to the attraction, show, or experience that gave you that magic feeling. So, I’m happy to announce that there has been some great progress made, at least if you’re in EPCOT’s Germany Pavilion. In addition to the many gifts and goodies that you might find had you traveled to Germany, they’ve recently introduced a number of Disney themed items.
Although it’s still September, technically Octoberfest is already underway. There’s is a fun collection of Goofy themed merchandise created for Octoberfest.
Forget the Mickey Mouse Ears my number one most favorite souvenir to buy when I visited Disneyland were the light up hats. In particular I liked that visor with the lights that would blink, especially the Captain EO one. It’s not exactly the same, but… Read More »New Light-Up Caps Are Fun Souvenir
A lot sure has changed in 20 years…
Keep reading for scans from 1988’s entire souvenir guide. Click for bigger. I apologize for the lack of quality, it is a 20 year old guide. All images copyright 1988, The Walt Disney Company.
Update. I’m keeping the thumbnails on this post, but for the full size scans please visit this set on Flickr. – ed.