New Hanukkah Merchandise Arrives at Disneyland Resort

Hanukkah is just around the corner, and you can celebrate with new merchandise for the festival of lights at the Disneyland Resort!

Let’s make like a dreidel and take a spin through what’s new!

“Happy Hanukkah” Reversible Table Runner – $59.99

First up is this royal blue reversible table runner, embroidered with Hanukkah iconography.

Symbols on the runner include dreidels, sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), olive branches (representing the oil in the Hanukkah story), and a gold outline of Mickey Mouse’s head, with a white Mickey head in the middle.

The other side has similar symbols printed on in gold and white, wishing everyone a “Happy Hanukkah.”

Hanukkah Napkin Holder Set – $12.99

This set comes with a blue napkin with the same art as the table runner, held with a golden ring with embossed branches and dreidels.

The napkin also has white and gold borders, creating an elegant look.

Hanukkah Gift Tags – $12.99

Gift giving can be easy with this set of sixteen gift tags with a menorah on the front.

The back of the box shows art of Mickey enjoying a game of dreidel… when it isn’t covered up by the price tag.

Hanukkah Wine Glass – $17.99

A blue pattern of branches, dreidels, and Mickey heads line the top of this wine glass, finished with a golden rim.

Hanukkah Mickey Mouse with Dreidel Plush – $29.99

For something more cuddly, there’s this super-soft plush of Mickey holding a dreidel.

In keeping with the color scheme of the collection, Mickey’s swapped his red pants for blue ones to match his blue and gold dreidel.

The tag shows both Mickey and Minnie sharing Hanukkah wishes.

We found all of the above items at Disney Home in the Downtown Disney District.

Hanukkah T-Shirt – $36.99

Finally, you can wear your festive spirit with a blue t-shirt, featuring the same imagery as the table runner and napkins forming the outline of Mickey’s head.

“Happy Hanukkah” is embroidered on one sleeve in white.

We found this at World of Disney in the Downtown Disney District. Several items also have appeared at Walt Disney World.

Beyond the merchandise, the Disneyland Resort will be home to Hanukkah festivities during the 2022 Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure, including performances by klezmer band Mostly Kosher, and specialty Loaded Latkes at Smokejumpers Grill.

What’s your favorite way to celebrate Hanukkah? Let us know in the comments!

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