PHOTOS: New Build-It-Yourself Haunted Mansion, Small World, Mad Tea Party, Splash Mountain Dioramas at Disney Parks

There’s a new way to bring home memories of Walt Disney World (and Disneyland too). Four new sets of build-it-yourself cardboard dioramas have hit store shelves at the resort. Each 14-piece set shows a memorable moment from a Disney Parks attraction: Mad Tea Party, The Haunted Mansion, “it’s a small world,” and Splash Mountain.

Mad Tea Party Diorama ($16.99)
Mad Tea Party Diorama ($16.99)
“it’s a small world” Diorama ($16.99)
“it’s a small world” Diorama ($16.99)
The Haunted Mansion Diorama ($16.99)
Splash Mountain Diorama ($16.99)
Splash Mountain Diorama ($16.99)

Which diorama do you find exciting? Which attraction do you think deserves the diorama treatment? Let us know in the comments below!

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Kailey
Kailey
1 year ago

Oh man… These WOULD come out after my parents got home from their trip. And I’m betting you wouldn’t be able to buy them online either…

Ken G
Ken G
1 year ago

At $16.99 this is very pricey! They almost look like they should be give-aways or a least price at about $4.99 at most. A couple of weeks ago in fact my daughter got something similar in her “happy meal” – I think it was at Wendy’s for some movie promo (maybe it was Grinch).
A neat souvenir, but way over priced.
(I think Pirates and Tiki Room would be good additions though.)

Dick
Dick
1 year ago

Where in the park are they? Can you fine them in Disney springs?

Kelsi
Kelsi
1 year ago

They’re cute, and I do like the idea, but at that price point it’d be nice if they were made of something more durable than cardboard.

Kikikins
Kikikins
1 year ago

Is it only available in the States? It’s so cool!!