Walt Disney World Park Icons Collection Grows with New Loungefly Backpack, Button-Up, and Toothpick Holder

Shannen Ace

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Walt Disney World Park Icons Collection Grows with New Loungefly Backpack, Button-Up, and Toothpick Holder

A Loungefly mini backpack, button-up, and toothpick holder have joined the collection of park icons merchandise available at Walt Disney World. These items feature the icons of each park: Cinderella Castle, Spaceship Earth, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and the Tree of Life.

The Loungefly backpack and button-up were in the Emporium at Magic Kingdom, while the toothpick holder was at BouTiki in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

Walt Disney World Park Icons Loungefly Backpack – $88

Walt Disney World four parks Loungefly backpack

The Loungefly backpack is black. The front pocket is shaped to follow the high points of the four park icons. Cinderella Castle is in full color — pink, gray, blue, and gold — while the other three are in various shades of blue. The Walt Disney World wordmark is printed below the icons in bright blue sparkling letters.

Tinker Bell appears in silhouette by the top tower of Cinderella Castle. She is holographic, as are the stars and fireworks around her.

Side of Walt Disney World Loungefly backpack

The holographic stars and fireworks continue on the side slip pockets. The pocket lining and the pleather around the zipper are also holographic. The zipper is rainbow-toned metal.

Back of Walt Disney World Loungefly backpack

The straps and handle are solid black. The back is mostly solid black, except for a Mickey head featuring Cinderella Castle.

Cinderella Castle on back of Loungefly backpack

Cinderella Castle is once again depicted in full color inside the Mickey head, which is a light blue outline. Tinker bell, fireworks, and stars are depicted in Mickey’s ears.

Cinderella Castle wasn’t always these colors. It used to be entirely gray with dark blue turrets, but got a new “EARidescent” paint job for Magic Kingdom’s 50th anniversary in 2021 and the paint job has stayed.

Cinderella Castle in Tokyo Disneyland retains the original color scheme.

Interior lining of Loungefly backpack

The interior lining of the bag is light blue with the icons all in full color. Patterned behind them are other buildings and symbols representative of Walt Disney World in light blue. In this photo, you can see Dumbo, a hang glider from Soarin’, and the Mexico Pavilion from World Showcase at EPCOT.

Button-Down – $59.99

Walt Disney World park icons button-up shirt

This short-sleeved button-down is the same light blue as the interior lining of the mini backpack, and features the background pattern of the park icons and other Walt Disney World elements. A small tag featuring the Walt Disney World “D” logo is on the left breast pocket. The buttons are the same color as the shirt.

Close-up of embroidered sleeve

“Walt Disney World” is embroidered in black on the right sleeve.

The pattern includes a giraffe, riverboat, train, toy soldier, pirate ship, and Maleficent’s dragon — all visible in this picture of the sleeve.

Toothpick Holder – $9.99

Park icons toothpick holder

The “toothpick holder” (or shot glass) is a dark translucent blue. Cinderella Castle is pictured in full color inside a shiny black Mickey head with a looping yellow border. The facades of “it’s a small world” and Space Mountain are pictured below.

Symbols on side of toothpick holder

Shiny fireworks are depicted in the ears and the other park icons are in the corners of the design. Between the Tree of Life and Spaceship Earth, the Mexico Pavilion, a Test Track car, and a Soarin’ Around the World hang glider are pictured.

Symbols on side of toothpick holder

A Kilimanjaro Safaris vehicle drives across the top of the Mickey head. There are also some stars around the design.

Walt Disney World toothpick holder

“Walt Disney World” is printed on the opposite side in matte light blue lettering.

Park Icons Metal Magnet – $14.99

Walt Disney World Park Icons metal magnet.

We found this Park Icons metal magnet in Creations Shop at EPCOT. It’s palm-sized and quite heavy.

At the center is a full-color illustration of Cinderella Castle, surrounded by a gold-colored swirly border and other Walt Disney World park icons illustrated in shades of blue. A second gold swirl border lines the edge. There are three magnets on the back.

Park Icons Photo Frame – $24.99

A reporter holds a Walt Disney World Park Icons photo frame.

We found this Park Icons photo frame in the Emporium at Magic Kingdom. The gold swirly border returns, this time serving as the border of the frame.

A close-up of the park icons included on the photo frame.

At the bottom of the frame are 3-D park icons from Walt Disney World: Space Mountain, Spaceship Earth, Cinderella Castle, The Hollywood Tower Hotel, and the Tree of Life. Each one is represented in full color.

A reporter shows the back of the photo frame.

The back of the frame is white and features four tabs to remove the back of the frame and add in your own photo. There’s no hook to hang the frame, but it can be stood on a table or other flat surface.

Park Icons Backpack – $49.99

A Walt Disney World Park Icons backpack hangs on a merchandise rack.

Finally, we found this Park Icons backpack in Island Mercantile at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The backpack itself is blue, and is accented with gold hardware.

The Walt Disney World wordmark is embroidered on the front pocket in a lighter shade of blue.

A close-up of the embroidery on the backpack.

Above the front pocket is multi-colored embroidery of the Tree of Life, Cinderella Castle, The Hollywood Tower Hotel, and Spaceship Earth. Embroidered fireworks light up the sky above.

A reporter shows off the back of the backpack.

The back of the backpack features a repeating pattern of Mickey heads. There are also slip pockets on either side of the backpack.

A reporter shows the inside of the backpack.

The interior of the backpack is a golden yellow, are there are two slip pockets inside.

This collection also includes a light-up ear headband and various apparel. We also recently found socks featuring the park icons that may or may not be part of the collection, but were unique because they came with a pin.

Will you be purchasing this Walt Disney World Loungefly backpack, button-up, or toothpick holder? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Shannen Ace

    Shannen has been a Disney Parks fan and lover of dogs since childhood, despite Pluto's attempt to eat Shannen's Minnie Mouse doll the first time they met. They've made up now. You can email Shannen at shannen@wdwnt.com.

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