New Earth Day, Disney Princess, Mickey Mouse the Main Attraction, and More Pins at Disneyland Resort

A plethora of new pins, both open edition, and limited release, have arrived at Disneyland Resort. We found most of these in the 20th Century Music Company at Disneyland Park.

Cheshire Cat Pin – $9.99

This pin features the Cheshire Cat sitting on a tree branch with a dark sky in the background.

“The Sword in the Stone Pin” – $12.99

This square pin shows Merlin placing a crown on Wart, a.k.a. King Arthur.

“Robin Hood” Pin – $15.99

This pin features minor characters from Disney’s animated “Robin Hood” film, including Friar Tuck and Lady Kluck.

“The Lion King” Pin – $15.99

This pin features Nala, Timon and Pumbaa, Scar, and the hyenas from “The Lion King.”

Limited Release Merida Disney Designer Collection Pin – $34.99

The Merida doll from the Disney Designer Princess Collection inspired this pin.

It resembles a display box with a clear window on a hinged front.

Inside, Merida is wearing a plaid designer dress.

Information about the designer, Wes Jenkins, is on the backing card.

Limited Release Earth Day 2022 Pin – $17.99

For Earth Day 2022, guests can grab this limited release pin featuring Mickey and Pluto with flowers.

Limited Release Mickey Mouse: the Main Attraction Pirates of the Caribbean Pin – $29.99

This pin is part of the Pirates of the Caribbean series of the Mickey Mouse: The Main Attraction collection. It is Mickey dressed in black and gold pirate clothes.

Disney Princess Castle Pin Set – $29.99

This set includes seven pins, each featuring a different princess: Jasmine, Tiana, Ariel, Cinderella, Mulan, Aurora, and Belle. The pins create a castle shape when next to each other.

“Beauty and the Beast” Logo Pin – $9.99

Finally, this pin is silver, with the “Beauty and the Beast” logo in red script next to the Enchanted Rose and the enchanted mirror.

Belle, in her yellow dress, appears in the mirror. This pin was in Julius Katz & Sons at Disney California Adventure.

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