PHOTOS: New Holiday Park Icon Starbucks Ceramic Tumbler Debuts at Disneyland; Coming Soon to Walt Disney World

It’s mugtopia today! First came the new Disneyland and Disney California Adventure ceramic tumblers, and upon closer inspection at Market House in Disneyland, we found these new Disney Parks holiday mugs!

The mugs feature a Christmas tree design, but if you look very closely, you can spot different park icons across the ornaments. In fact, Spaceship Earth tops the tree as its very own ornament, followed by the Tree of Life, Minnie in a sleigh, the Hollywood Tower Hotel, the clockface from “it’s a small world”, Sleeping Beauty Castle, a monorail, and even Mickey’s Fun Wheel (Pixar Pal-Around.)

The tree is topped by a gold star, with “Happy Holidays” written on the bottom, surrounded by presents.

The top of the mug features a green rim with a bright red lid. The mug retails for $24.99.

For now, we’ve spotted this arrival at Disneyland only, but given how many Walt Disney World icons are on it, we expect it to arrive on the East Coast very soon!

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Keith
Keith
1 year ago

Unfortunately, they won’t release one that reads “Merry Christmas”.

Bob
Bob
1 year ago
Reply to  Keith

And that’s important why? I haven’t seen any that say “Happy Hanukkah” or “Joyous Boxing Day” either. Does your holiday cease to exist because souvenirs don’t emblazon it by name? Did Santa never deliver those “big boy” pants you wanted? ‘Tis the season for a nice, steaming cup of “get over it.”

Jeff
Jeff
1 year ago
Reply to  Bob

No need to throw insults at people my man.

I don’t care if it says happy holidays, because yes there are other holidays. What is interesting on this and many happy holidays items is the symbols selected are representative of one holiday.

I’m not a Starbucks one anyway, I’ll look for a Tim Hortons, DD or Joffreys mug :)

Bob
Bob
1 year ago
Reply to  Jeff

You make a good point about the symbols, as they do seem to be singular in their representation, but I guess you could make the same argument about the parks in general. Here and there, some other holidays get props, such as Kwanzaa in World Showcase during their “Holidays Around the World”, but Christmas still gets the most attention in terms of decor overall. Also, even though the Magic Kingdom’s main holiday event is not called “Mickey’s Very Merry Holiday Party,” but instead uses the word “Christmas” right in the name, some people still manage to get bent out of… Read more »

kathy
kathy
1 year ago

where can you buy these if you don’t go to disney parks- where is the site to order them on line