Though the gates leading to Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland may be closed, the original Disney theme park over in Anaheim, California, turned 65 years old in July!
And to celebrate the big birthday, there has been a TON of 65th anniversary merch, from Mickey Mouse plushes to spirit jerseys, T-shirts, puzzles, magnets, and so. much. more!
Of course, no celebration would be complete without new Funko POP! figurines, and the new ones for Disneyland feature icons of the theme park.
Two of the Funko POP! figurines feature the ultimate Disneyland symbol, Sleeping Beauty Castle. The first stars band leader Mickey and the replica castle. It’s listed for $30 on Funko’s website, but it’s currently sold out.
The other features Walt Disney himself! He’s holding a teeny Mickey Mouse plush, and of course, this figurine comes with Sleeping Beauty Castle. This one is expected to be a park exclusive, and we don’t have any information on when it will be on sale quite yet, but you know when we do, we’ll let ya know!
Opening year attraction, Casey Jr. Circus Train, is also heavily featured with these new Funko POP figurines! You can collect Mickey, Minnie, Dumbo, Pluto, and Goofy riding these trains, complete with conductor Donald Duck! Mickey and Donald are sold out on Funko’s website, but available on Walmart’s website for preorder. At Walmart, Donald is $19.87 and Mickey is $8.78.
Meanwhile, Minnie is an Amazon exclusive; she costs $10.99. Pluto will be an online exclusive at Funko’s website, but he isn’t available yet.
There’s also an incredibly adorable figurine of Donald Duck on the Matterhorn Mountain! He’s $30, but currently sold out on Funko’s site.
If Alice in Wonderland is more your jam, there’s a Target exclusive collection featuring the Mad Hatter in a teacup as well as figurines of Alice in Wonderland and the Cheshire Cat.
As Disneyland continues to celebrate its birthday, we’re sure to see more fun limited edition merch! But for now, we’re busting our piggy banks to grab these Funkos!
Do you collect Funko POP! figures? Let us know if you’re going to try and buy these in the comments!