One of our most popular collections on our website is our Funko's Pop collection, which has over 900 different products. However, Funko doesn't only make pop collectibles, they also make plushies. These soft and cuddly toys are bigger and squishier than their pop counterparts.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort, Funko has released a new line of plushies known as the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Plushie series. This series consists of five new plushies that represent some of the most popular Disney attractions.
Starting off the series is the Cinderella Castle Plushie, which pays homage to the iconic castle that has been standing tall since October 1st, 1971. The plushie is designed to look exactly like the castle, complete with its salmon pinkish color, blue highlights, and gold accents. The plushie also features intricate details of the castle's interior, including Cinderella's Royal Table restaurant and the tunnel that leads to it. With cute embroidered eyes, cheeks, hands, and feet, this plushie is an adorable representation of the castle.
Next up is the Space Mountain Plushie, which is a replica of the popular Tomorrowland attraction that opened on January 15th, 1975. The roller coaster that travels through Space Mountain is fully enclosed in darkness, making for a thrilling experience. The Space Mountain Plushie is designed to resemble the attraction, with intricate details such as lines and curves. The plushie also has cute embroidered eyes, mouth, hands, and feet that make it even more endearing.
The third plushie in the series is Spaceship Earth, which opened on October 1st, 1982, in Epcot park. The geodesic sphere is an iconic structure with a ride inside that takes visitors through the evolution of communication, starting from the caveman days to modern-day computer technology. The plushie is made of cotton and shaped like the geodesic sphere with embroidered eyes, mouth, and two little pink cheeks.
The fourth plushie is Hollywood Tower Hotel, inspired by the Tower of Terror ride in Hollywood Studios. The ride is based on the Twilight Zone story of an elevator hit by lightning that crashes to the ground. The plushie is a perfect replica of the hotel with a lightning bolt around the back, and a little embroidered eyes, mouth, and cheeks.
Last but not least is the Tree of Life, which opened on April 22nd, 1998, in Animal Kingdom. The tree has carvings of different animals from all over the world. The plushie is intricately detailed with carvings of animals, including a snail shell, a blue whale, a lion, an owl, and a hedgehog. The plushie has embroidered eyes, mouth, and little pink cheeks, along with some arms and feet.
In conclusion, Funko's plushie series commemorating the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort is a must-have for collectors and Disney fans. Toyship.com offers other Funko products that celebrate the 50th Anniversary as well! Grab them today before they are gone.