Disney Pin Quest is Now Coming to Disneyland Park

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Disneyland park will be the next location to roll out a “Disney PinQuest.” A few weeks ago, the first of these experiences was rolled out at the Magic Kingdom, so if you want all the details on how these Pin Quests work, be sure to read our extensive review.

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Guests at the Happiest Place on Earth can enjoy this new Disney pin adventure beginning August 4, 2016.

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The participating locations at Disneyland Park include:

  • Frontierland – Westward Ho Trading Co.
  • Main Street, U.S.A. – 20th Century Music Company
  • Fantasyland – “it’s a small world” Toy Shop
  • Critter Country – Pooh Corner
  • Tomorrowland – Little Green Men Store Command
  • New Orleans Square – The Pieces of Eight Shop

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At those locations, guests who have completed the entire Disneyland PinQuest are eligible to purchase a QuestEAR pin completer pin (shown above).

 

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  • They have done similar things at Disneyland in the past. The 45th anniversary you purchased a original 1955 reproduction Disneyland map. You had to go to all the lands and get it stamped and you got two pins. Another time you went to a station in each land and bought a pin and once you got them all you got the completer pin. I am a sucker and will do it if the pins look good.

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