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PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Monorail, Castle, and Mickey Mouse Night Lights Arrive at Walt Disney World

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For those that are a bit scared of the dark, or just need some extra light so they don’t go bump in the night, these Disney Parks inspired night lights are a perfect addition to any home.

Monorail Night Light – $16.99

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Who doesn’t have dreams of riding the Monorail long after they have arrived back at home? Guilty. You can now imagine you are riding Monorail Blue or Monorail Green as all of the nightlights alternate between the green and blue colors.

Sleeping Beauty Castle Night Light – $16.99

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We found these night lights last week at Disneyland, and it looks like we didn’t get a different castle molding from one coast to the other. This would appear to me styled after Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland.

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Mickey Balloon Night Light – $16.99

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Well, we can never take our Mickey balloons home with us on the plane, but with this light, you never have to throw your Mickey balloons away!

Mickey Ice Cream Cone Night Light – $16.99

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These lights don’t plug into the wall, so they are perfect to sit on a shelf. The flexibility will make it easy to be moved throughout your house. They require three L44 batteries and have an easily accessible on off button on the bottom. We found these this morning at The Emporium at Magic Kingdom.

Which one of these are you going to be clamoring for on your next Disney visit? I’m partial to the Monorail myself!