31 ShopDisney Parks-Inspired Items To Treat Yourself To

31 ShopDisney Parks-Inspired Items To Treat Yourself To

From pins and clothes exclusive to the Parks and items inspired by your favorite attractions, these products are *almost* as exciting as the The Princess and the Frog / Splash Mountain news.

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.


A watermelon fanny pack with a touch of *the mouse* for anyone looking to make a fresh style statement this summer.



A Disney ABC trinket box to hold all of your gadgets and gizmos while paying tribute to your favorite ride.


I had my cousin search the Magic Kingdom far and wide to snag me the mug version with this design so I can only imagine how quickly these Parks alphabet designs will fly off the shelves! The one noted above is ‘P’ for Peter Pan’s Flight (duh) but you can find others on the site as well!

Price: $17.99


A Hocus Pocus halter dress you’d typically only be able to buy somewhere along Main Street USA, so you can enjoy *spooky season* all year long (as you should!) — and it’ll give you an extra excuse to call out “sisssstaaaaahs!” whenever the mood strikes.


Price: $128 (available in women’s sizes XS–XL, 2X–3X)


A set of Animal Kingdom-inspired ornaments featuring the original Fab Five (no, not the guys from Queer Eye) because it’s never too soon to prep your holiday decor.


This is a must-have set for anyone who argues that Animal Kingdom is *THE* best park of all.

Price: $44.99


Or a Fantasia ornament from the Ink and Paint collection — if you close your eyes you’ll be able to imagine you’re shopping for it in the Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe.



An eye-catching Mickey tee so the next time someone asks, “can you paint with all the colors of the wind?” you can just gesture to your outfit.


In honor of Pride Month 2020 and the Rainbow Disney Collection, Disney is donating $100,000 to GLSEN, a leading education organization working to create safe and inclusive K-12 schools for LGBTQ+ students.

Price: $36.99 (available in unisex sizes XS–XL, 1X–3X)


A pair of light-up ears starring the iconic Mickey-shaped balloons you’ve probably had your eye on since they made their Instagram debut (it’s totally fine if you already have 10 other pairs, I won’t judge).


And a coordinating Loungefly bag that’ll help you complete the look *and* provide you with a stylish option to stow away all of your day-at-Disney needs.



A Vera Bradley cosmetics bag to help you organize the many lipsticks you’ve probs bought in hopes of discovering the perfect Minnie Mouse red.


I look forward to seeing what new Vera Bradley x Disney patterns are new during each of my visits to WDW, so I was super excited to see this one on the site!

Price: $40


Or a rose gold tie-dye version, because there will *never* be enough spirit jerseys in any Disney fan’s closet.


Seriously, I think I own like seven. And will probably order this one. Do I have a spirit jersey problem? Maybe. Do I care? Nope.

Price: $69.99 (available in unisex sizes XS–2XL and in a Disneyland design)


A neon Mickey figure designed by Jerrod Maruyama for the WonderGround Gallery you’d likely never be able to get your hands on otherwise!



A limited edition Wishables Mystery Plush in case you’d rather cuddle cute versions of food than try to make it yourself (a mood).


You won’t know which one you get until you open the bag!

Promising review: “Bought one of these and got the churros which was one of the ones I really wanted! So cute and was fun to do the mystery reveal!” —jwoo1

Price: $9.99


A pair of yellow Crocs with Mickeys punched out in the top to ensure you *stand out* more than Powerline’s performance in A Goofy Movie.


Price: $49.99 (available in men’s sizes 4–12 and women’s sizes 6–12)


A Disney Parks raincoat you’ll love so much you’ll find yourself wishing for the *rain rain rain* to come *down down down* a la The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.


Price: $54.99 (available in sizes XS–3XL)


A limited edition Pocahontas pin, a must-buy for anyone whose little voice giving them advice inside their head has always sounded like Grandmother Willow.



And a pin display backpack that’ll solve the problem of *what* to actually do with all of the ones you’ve collected over the year.


And you’ll be prepared to trade at any given moment!

Price: $49.99


A ceramic pet bowl that’ll let the Pluto to your Mickey get in on the Disney fun.



A Disney Parks ABC journal to provide you with a space to dream, create, and inspire — literally, it has sections designated for exactly that!


You can catch me fan-girling over the Dapper Dans on the cover.

Price: $19.99


And a Disneyland Pixar pen you can use to fill out the journal — we *love* a theme!


I’ve been collecting Disney pens for as long as I can remember and I’m sure I’m not the only one!

Price: $7.99


A soft knit T-shirt with a Walt Disney World design on it that, like Mickey himself, will never go out of style.


Price: $24.99 (available in unisex sizes S–2XL)


A pair of retro mugs you and your partner can share to make your next cozy night in even more magical.



A car magnet so in the off-chance a hitchhiking ghost actually *does* follow you home, they’ll know they’re welcome.



A Magic Kingdom diorama kit that’ll surely keep you busy *and* help you bring some of your favorite WDW memories into your home while you await the day you can go see Mickey IRL again.



An elegant faux leather photo album to fill with all the memories you’ve made on previous trips to the Parks with your family and friends — a great way to kill some time and relive your favorite Disney moments.


Promising review: “This album is so beautiful and well-made! It has all these great sentimental ways about it. I love how it comes with that beautiful gold ink pen. The book has an elastic loop you can clip pen to side. The inside covers are like a shiny foil pattern. We used it to apply stickers and other keepsakes. The photo pages all have a notes area. Just a great way to preserve every detail of our family’s Disney memories. We will be buying another after our next Disney trip!” —Disney_World_Adventures

Price: $34.99


Ceramic coasters with a subtle Mickey design on them for anyone whose roomie doesn’t yet understand the importance of paying tribute to Disney in every room of the house.



A Toy Story ID holder and lanyard, so all of your colleagues will know you’re *the chosen one* (and to prevent you from misplacing your ID…again).



An enchanting baseball cap, because while you might not ever get access to the Beast’s library you can *at least* look stylish while reading whatever book you have on hand.


And a Disney-themed night light, so you can close your eyes and dream about that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you enter Magic Kingdom. Ugh, my heart.

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Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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