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By: Disneylove Diva

Shopping at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is an attraction all in itself. Anything and everything that has to do with Disney, you can find while shopping at the Magic Kingdom. This is a great way to make memories that last. T-shirts, mugs, picture frames, and dolls- there is so much merchandise, you will probably want it all! Shopping is a definite thing to do and it’s fun to do right before you leave the park. IMG_0830 I know from experience that lugging around bags all day isn’t the best thing to do. Should you decide that you don’t want to carry your packages around all day, packages can be delivered to your Disney hotel and can be delivered to a shop at the front of the park for pick up before you leave. What they do is this: You tell the cashier that you want your merchandise delivered to your hotel. They cast their magic and bibbty bobbity boo your merchandise is at your hotel or at the front of the park.

Shopping can be fun for all ages. Shopping has no height requirements, you don’t have to transfer from your wheelchair or motorized scooter. Flash photography is allowed, and it is just fun to see everything that Disney comes up with to sell. While shopping, you can found dozens of Hidden Mickey’s in almost every store. While shopping, there are also many photo-ops. With all of the merchandise, you can get very creative with pictures and poses. Best thing of all, the cast members don’t mind it.

GREAT TIP: Certain times of the year, participating restaurants throughout Disney will put on your receipt that you can get 30% off merchandise at select stores in that park. The cost of merchandise adds up fast and 30% can take quite a bit off of your final total.IMG_0831

Here is a complete list of shops in the Magic Kingdom: Agrabah Bazaar, Big Al’s, Big Top Souvenirs, Box Office Gifts, Briar Patch, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin Photos, Buzz’s Star Command, Casey Jr. Railroad Mercantile, Castle Couture, The Chapeau, Crystal Arts, Curtain Call Collectibles, Disney Clothiers, Emporium, Fantasy Faire, Frontier Mercantile, Frontier Trading Post, Hundred Acre Goods, Island Supply, Liberty Square Parasol Cart, Liberty Square Portrait Gallery, Main Street Confectionery, Merchant of Venus, Mickey’s Star Traders, Newsstand, Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar, Prairie Outpost & Supply, Sir Mickey’s, Splashdown Photos, Tomorrowland Light & Power Co., Uptown Jewelers, Ursa’a Major Minor Mart, The Yankee Trader, Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe, and Zanzibar Trading Co.IMG_0828

Some of these shops are carts and when you get off of rides. These are the shops are where you can purchase photos from the ride itself. Each shop offers a new experience from the last. According to which land you’re in, you can find a wide variety of souvenirs and merchandise. In Adventureland, you can find hand-woven baskets, backpacks, zebra print Mickey ears, and T-shirts. Frontierland offers western style merchandise and classic Disney style. Liberty Square has a little of everything, kitchen utensils, and a Christmas shop. Fantasyland has everything to do with princesses and fantasy.

Tomorrowland has Stitch products and Monsters Inc. merchandise. Main Street USA is where you can find everything that has to do with Disney. Shopping at the Magic Kingdom is a must do while at the park. Not only are you buying merchandise, you are buying memories. These memories will last to infinity and beyond. Just be careful, you may want to buy everything! Be sure to visit all of these shops while at the Magic Kingdom.