PHOTOS: New Walt Disney World Tiny Kingdom Map and Mystery Pin Boxes Now Available, Features Dinosaur Gertie, Ice Gator, and More

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Walt Disney World’s Tiny Kingdom mystery pin boxes and corresponding Magic Kingdom canvas map were first introduced over two years ago, with new pin series coming out periodically. Now collectors can expand their pin displays with a new Tiny Kingdom map showcasing all the Walt Disney World theme parks and the first series of Walt Disney World tiny mystery pins in this second edition.


Both the map and the mystery pin boxes were available in Frontier Trading Post in Magic Kingdom.

Limited Release Walt Disney World Map – $24.99


The map features the icons of the main four Walt Disney World theme parks, plus both water parks, and a golf course. Plus, the Monorail is running along the bottom of the map. It also comes with a special Tiny Kingdom pin at the top right of the map.


The map has a dowel through the top and a black rope to hang it from. A velcro pocket in the back lets you store extra pins or pin backs.

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Walt Disney World Second Edition Series 1 Pin Box – $19.99


There are 24 pins in this series and each box has 3 pins.


This first series in the second edition includes different icons from throughout the four main theme parks, including:

  • Hitchhiking Ghosts (The Haunted Mansion)
  • Dinosaur Gertie
  • ADVENTURE with Tiki Bird
  • Adventureland Trash Can
  • “Magic”
  • Millennium Falcon
  • 1st Visit Button
  • Innovation with EPCOT Center, Spaceship Earth, and Imagination pavilion logos
  • Hollywood Tower hotel Bellhop Cap
  • Glass Slipper
  • Expedition Everest
  • “Cement-o-saurus” from Dino-Rama
  • Tes Track logo
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris truck
  • Lotus from Rivers of Light
  • Hollywood Studios Clapboard
  • Figment’s wings on a lightbulb
  • Ice Gator from Blizzard Beach
  • Luxo Ball
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports logo
  • World Showcase trash can emblem
  • Woody from Toy Story Midway Mania
  • Mickey Popcorn Bucket
  • Soarin’ Wings

Do you collect Tiny Kingdom pins? Let us know in the comments.

  1. I don’t buy items that I am not going to know what it is (that’s why I don’t buy wishables). I don’t see why Disney thinks that this would appeal to people. If I get three of the same thing (and can’t return it), I will be obviously be disappointed. Not really the goal.

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