MAJOR changes have been noticed at a popular store in the heart of Disney Springs.
Observant Disney-goers noticed the changes as the seasons changedfall.
The Marketplace Co-Op has undergone a small transformation, adding a Wandering Oaken Trading Post to replace a previous Marvel exhibit.
Beautiful flowers painted on the wall add a pop of color and make the wall look brand new.
The newly renovated store also features secret silhouettes of popular Disney characters.
The store has a selection of sweatshirts and moreThere’s Disney apparel to match the transition from summer to fall – and there’s even some Frozen-themed decorations for winter.
And many of the goods are on sale as there is a 50% off sale on adult clothing.
Fans of “Frozen” have something to rejoice because the film is coming back to cinemas to celebrate Disney’s 100th anniversary.
The entertainment giant has also unveiled a one-of-a-kind sculpture to mark its 100th anniversary.
The Structural Sorcerer is based on an original Mickey Mouse 90th Birthday artwork created by legendary designer Virgil Abloh for CHAOS magazine before his death in 2021.
The 6ft artwork – based on Mickey’s character from 1940Fantasia – was designed by Virgil Abloh Securities’ company ALASKA ALASKA at the Royal College of Art, Battersea, London.
It marks the launch of Create 100, a global celebration of creativity that marks a century of Disney storytelling.
And some Disney fans are upset because a service that was previously free at the parks now costs them $20.
Disney theme park visitors used to be able to enjoy free photo downloads with their annual passes, which can cost up to $1,399.
These images include digital snaps taken during surprise rides and images of character meet-and-greets.
But in 2021, Disney began charging a premium for the images.
Guests must now purchase the Disney Genie+ service to receive free digital downloads of their Disney PhotoPass attraction photos.
Prices for this service start at $25 per day but vary by date.
Purchasing the Genie+ app includes additionalincluding faster ride access.
However, many customers are unhappy with the extra expense that their visit entails just to take home fond memories.
“Sad to see that PhotoPass is becoming more expensive for Disney World’s most exclusive guests and families,” one wrote.