A smaller version of The Dress Shop has opened towards Casey’s Corner. Many of the dresses, purses, and more from the Disney Springs shop can be found here now.
For some reason, this limited release shirt from ShopDisney is being sold in the parks concurrently. The location makes sense as this space was the House of Magic many years ago. Hopefully, more limited release shirts like this get released at the parks as well. Sadly, the matching MagicBand is online only.
The more confusing part is putting the shirt in a window that’s currently boarded up and no one can see…
Even though a few parties remain, any guest at the Magic Kingdom can now buy select items from the event.
As I said last year, I don’t agree with this. At least wait for the last party to end or send it to the outlets. It takes away one of the parks of the very expensive party ticket.
The Club That’s Made Not for You and Me
As we reported over the weekend, work has begun on what will likely be the Club 33 locations for the Magic Kingdom, the remainder of the old Adventureland Veranda.
The path into Adventureland is quite narrow right now due to the work.
Some are speculating that this work is actually for a permanent Moana meet and greet, but it seems way too extensive for something so minor.
Giant sections of awning that have been there since the 70’s have been removed. This wouldn’t be necessary for a meet and greet and could have been kept.
With a little tree clearing, the patio would offer some unique fireworks views for Club 33 guests.
This and That
All of the trees between Be Our Guest Restaurant and the village had to be removed due to hurricane damage.
In fairness, it doesn’t look terrible since all of the walls the trees covered are well-themed.
We’re still hoping they plant some new trees, at least to cover this speaker tower.
Work continues on the outdoor covered seating area at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe. Should open very soon.
Pecos Bill’s has added an menu with pictures… it’s a window cling.
Splash Mountain is still closed for refurbishment.
Some new holiday plush for sale. Goofy’s sweater features bulbs that actually light up.
You can get the blown-glass Monorail ornament personalized at Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe.
For some reason, they have a Haunted Mansion merchandise cart out in front of the store selling accessories. I suppose this is to capitalize on Halloween Party guests.
A number of new Princess items were released recently, including this Snow White line.
Sir Mickey’s has the new Little Mermaid line as well.
The collection also includes this hoodie, $49.99.
Jasmine top, $36.99
Aurora top, $36.99
Belle long sleeve top, $44.99
There are also 4 new Tinker Bell shirts. They range in price from $36.99-39.99.
There’s seemingly always new Pooh character plush for sale. This Eeyore and Pooh retail for $16.99 each.
Some new MagicBands for sale.
This reversible shirt is pretty neat.
Casey Jr. Stain ‘N’ Broke
The Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak area is a mess. It’s cold now, please close this and paint it already! It has been like this for months, getting progressively worse.
It’s so gross…
Disney has seemingly found a way to produce park-exclusive MARVEL items they can legally sell in the Orlando parks by just not branding the items as Disney Parks.
These shirts, despite being Hanes, do not say Disney Parks in the branding. Hanes does not produce clothing for other merchandise arms of the company typically, so these have to be exclusive to the parks.
The MARVEL character ear hats were previously only sold at resorts and Disney Springs, but here they are at the Tomorrowland Light and Power Co. at the exit of Space Mountain.
Some of the Walt Disney World motor coaches have been decorated with a Thor Ragnarok wrap.
A quick stop at the Contemporary Resort and BVG reveals a matching bag to go with the new Tinker Bell clothing.