While visiting Walt Disney World Resort this week, we spotted new Mickey Mouse icon pins for each of the four theme parks and one Walt Disney World pin that celebrates all four parks, available at various locations throughout the resort.
Walt Disney World Pin – $14.99
The Walt Disney World pin has park icons for each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks. Above the icons, Tinker Bell flutters in a night sky filled with fireworks. Beneath the four park icons is the Walt Disney World logo.
Magic Kingdom Mickey Mouse Icon Pin – $12.99
This pin celebrates Magic Kingdom and features Cinderella Castle inside a large Mickey head shape. The castle is painted in rose gold hues.
Tinker Bell is on this pin as well, flying above the castle. A couple of golden fireworks burst in the ears of the Mickey head over the castle. The park’s wordmark is written in a coordinating rose gold underneath the Mickey head.
EPCOT Mickey Mouse Icon Pin – $12.99
We spotted the new EPCOT pin hanging next to an older pin with a similar, but less detailed, design.
On the pin, Spaceship Earth makes up the head of the Mickey shape. Above the geodesic sphere, fireworks burst in the ears of the Mickey head.
Spaceship Earth’s structural legs are depicted at the bottom of the pin, as well as the EPCOT wordmark.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios Mickey Mouse Icon Pin – $12.99
Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a pin, featuring The Hollywood Tower Hotel as the park’s icon. Though the park doesn’t have an official icon or “weenie,” The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is often used on merchandise.
The pin has fireworks over the tower in the ears of the design. Underneath the Mickey head shape, the park’s wordmark is written in gold.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Mickey Mouse Icon Pin – $12.99
The pin for Disney’s Animal Kingdom features the Tree of Life, which overlaps the Mickey head design.
Though there are no fireworks at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the firework design used in the other Walt Disney World pins continues on this one as well, with fireworks in the Mickey ears. Underneath the Tree of Life, the Disney’s Animal Kingdom wordmark is written in a coordinating green.
Will you be adding any or all of these Walt Disney World Mickey Mouse icon pins to your collection? Do you have any park-specific pins you love? Sound off in the comments below.