First Look at Annual Passholder Exclusive Merchandise Collection for 2023 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

Walt Disney World has given a sneak peek at an exclusive collection of merchandise that will be offered for Annual Passholders visiting the 2023 International Flower & Garden Festival.

The AP-exclusive collection will feature iconography from the other three merchandise collections: 1970s-inspired Orange Bird, Snow White Flowers and Forest Friends, and Figment’s Cacti Garden. Each collection has been created especially for the festival, which begins on Wednesday and runs through July at EPCOT. We got the first look at a number of the items within these collections ahead of their release.

The merchandise exclusively for Annual Passholders will include apparel, Corkcicle drinkware, toys, garden stakes, trading pins, PANDORA jewelry, and Dooney & Bourke handbags.

Annual Passholder 2023 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Raglan Shirt

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As part of the announcement to Annual Passholders, Disney shared an image of a green, three-quarter-length sleeved raglan shirt. “Passholder” is written in cursive at the center of the white shirt, as stakes hold square pictures of Figment, Orange Bird, and Snow White.

This year’s EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival begins March 1 and runs through July 5, 2023, featuring topiary displays, outdoor kitchens, and live entertainment, including performances by local Orlando musicians. You can now check out the full menus for this year’s festival to help plan your visit.

New topiaries featuring Tiana and “Encanto” characters will also be displayed at the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival 2023. Disney has confirmed there will be a new “spectacle of light” show on Spaceship Earth for this year’s festivities, as well.

Are you excited to see more of the Walt Disney World Annual Passholder exclusive merchandise ahead of the Flower and Garden Festival? Let us know what you’re hoping to see in the comments below.

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