PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Icon Luggage, Bags Debut at Walt Disney World

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.

Yet another new line of luggage and bags has been released at the World of Disney store just days after the last, and this collection is perfect for those who want to show a little more love for the theme parks!

New Disney Parks Icon Luggage, Bags Debut at Walt Disney World

The new collection is covered in icons from the parks, such as Space Mountain, Dumbo, Sleeping Beauty Castle (which indicates this is coming to Disneyland as well), a Tiki Room bird, “it’s a small world” Clock Face, the Sorcerer’s Hat, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Ears, Mickey’s glove, Minnie’s bow, a railroad train, Maleficent as a dragon, Mickey ice cream bars, a pirate flag, a spinning tea cup, Minnie’s shoe, and a carousel horse.

Park Icons Full Size Luggage – $199.00

Park Icons Full Size Luggage - $199.00
Park Icons Full Size Luggage – $199.00

Sadly, there’s no carry-on sized bag to the collection, just this large, hard plastic piece. It includes a plastic lock. Albeit not as fancy as the Walt Disney World embossed logo ones we saw over the weekend.

Park Icons Tote – $39.99

Park Icons Tote - $39.99
Park Icons Tote – $39.99

All of the non-luggage items are made with nylon material for the most part.

That polyester interior actually makes for a great park bag as it will repel water or otherwise dry quickly if it gets wet.

Park Icons Travel Wallet – $29.99

Park Icons Travel Wallet - $29.99Park Icons Travel Wallet - $29.99

Notice how there are two clear slots. One for your ID, one for your Annual Pass!

Park Icons Backpack – $39.99

In case you have more park goods to tote around, this backpack features three exterior compartments.

Park Icons Backpack - $39.99
Park Icons Backpack – $39.99
Park Icons Backpack - $39.99
“No room in your luggage… for more luggage?”

Park Icons Throw – $39.99

Park Icons Throw - $39.99
Park Icons Throw – $39.99

For some reason, there is a matching throw blanket. We have seen this before, but it is now lumped in with this collection. Disney’s based entire collections off of a single color, so why not base a collection off a blanket?

About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
Contact Tom at [email protected]