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PHOTOS: New Colorful Options Added for Commemorative Bricks in MaDe Kiosks at Walt Disney World

Guests can still get commemorative bricks at Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. in Magic Kingdom, based on the Walk Around the World bricks that were slowly removed over the past two years. The customizable bricks are now available at MaDe kiosks rather than the single brick-making station. There are also more colorful options for the brick designs.

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There are two brick sizes. The 6-inch is $29.99, while the 8-inch is $49.99.

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There are several artwork options for the bricks, which include an icon on top, a border, and a Walt Disney World logo on the bottom.

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After choosing from the artwork, guests can add their own text, such as names and dates.

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The new 2021 design includes Mickey and friends and a colorful, starry border.

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This pride design has a rainbow Mickey head and rainbow stars.

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There are new designs inspired by each park. This one features the The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at the top.

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This Disney’s Animal Kingdom design features the Tree of Life.

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This has Cinderella Castle in blue.

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Finally, this design features Spaceship Earth.

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There are also commemorative bricks on display as examples of what the final brick will look like.

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Though these are “bricks,” they are intended for indoor display only.

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Cast Members showed us the new printer they have for the bricks and told us the original brick station will stay in addition to the MaDe kiosks. A MaDe tablet will be moved near the station as well.

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Jeffrey Croteau
Jeffrey Croteau
1 month ago

The ones put in at Disneyland years ago look horrible. Need a new vendor, or process. My Mother’s was a waste to see it now.

mis
mis
1 month ago

alot of people bought into the epcot walls to be there forever. beware.