While shopping this week at Disneyland, we spotted some new merchandise from the “Play in the Parks” collection. We saw backpacks, a photo album, a paper art kit, a puzzle, a magnet and keychains.
Play in the Parks Backpack – $34.99
This Play in the Parks backpack features Mickey and Friends playing a board game with ride vehicles as game pieces.
Mickey, Pluto, Donald and Goofy are ready to play! The front features a zip pocket and embroidered lettering.
The interior of the backpack is pretty roomy.
The straps are dark blue with playful yellow accents.
Play in the Parks Drawstring Backpack – $24.99
The drawstring backpack continues the “board game” motif with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse holding hands at the center.
Pluto, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, and Tinker Bell join Mickey and Minnie on the front. Disneyland Resort icons fill the rest of the game board.
The back of the bag is plain blue, with dark blue drawstring straps.
Play in the Parks Backpack – $44.99
The third backpack features various images that are found throughout the Play in the Parks collection on a grey background.
An embroidered patch at the bottom says, “Disneyland Resort.”
The pattern continues on the back of the backpack. You can see Mickey in his Autopia car, Goofy on Astro Orbiter and various park icons throughout the print.
The sides of the backpack have navy blue mesh pockets for water bottles.
The backpack has a zip closure.
The straps are padded for comfort.
The interior of the bag is pretty roomy. If we look closer, we can see a charging cord!
Yes, this backpack has a charger for your phone! With Genie+ and mobile food ordering, having a built-in charger will be awesome for long park days.
Here we have pulled the actual charger out for a closer look. After a long park day, don’t forget to charge your backpack!
Play in the Parks Paper Art Kit – $16.99
The activity has three main pieces, along with tabs for assembly. It’s rated ages 6+.
Here is the finished product on display.
Play in the Parks Photo Album – $24.99
The front cover has a cut out in the shape of a Mickey head for a photo on the lower right hand side.
Here you can see the width of the album. It holds 200 4×6 photos and two photo CDs.
The photo album says “Disneyland Resort” down the spine.
The back of the album prominently features Mickey, Minnie and Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Play in the Parks 1000 Piece Puzzle – $24.99
The Play in the Parks puzzle looks like a Disneyland board game.
The back of the puzzle shows the actual size of the puzzle pieces and gives the dimensions of the finished puzzle, which is a 24″ (61 cm) square.
Play in the Parks Magnet – $7.99
This magnet features Mickey and Minnie with Disneyland Resort icons, such as Carthay Circle Restaurant, Pixar Pal-A-Round and Sleeping Beauty Castle.
On the day we visited, “mint” items were $7.99. The prices of items marked this way can vary slightly, so be sure to check the price when you’re shopping.
Play in the Parks Keychain – $9.99
This Keychain has the Sleeping Beauty Castle and “Disneyland Resort” in block letters.
It also has Minnie on a carousel horse, Mickey in an Autopia car, Goofy on Astro Orbiter and Pluto riding Dumbo.
This keychain is marked as “red” which was listed as $9.99 on the day we visited but is subject to change.
Play in the Parks Keychain – $14.99
This little autograph book keychain has an image of Mickey and Minnie holding hands with Disneyland park icons in the background.
The back says “Meet Your Favorite Park Pals!”
When you open it, you can see that many of your favorite characters have already signed it!
The book’s clasp forms a Mickey when closed.
Which is your favorite piece from this collection? Let us know in the comments.
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