A look inside the new Walt Disney World Store International Drive

May 31, 2022 in "Walt Disney World Store International Drive"

Walt Disney World Store International Drive
Posted: Tuesday May 31, 2022 11:17am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The new Walt Disney World Store is now open on International Drive, bringing merchandise and ticket sales to the busy tourist corridor.

The Walt Disney World store offers theme park tickets, merchandise, and a Disney Vacation Club Virtual Discovery Station where you can look inside DVC accommodations on a large format screen.

The store follows a similar look to the Orlando Airport Disney stores, and is a great option for some last minute gifts or pre-arrival ticket purchases.

The new store is located near to Mango's at the Hollywood Plaza Parking Garage.

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cookiee_munsterJun 28, 2023

Part of me makes me wonder if they just brought all that stuff in a giant LED screen sale... 😂 and then didn't know what to do with it. Same with the iridescent paint they brought for the 50th.

castlecake2.0Jun 27, 2023

Theming? 😂

danlb_2000Jun 27, 2023

The store is getting some sort of update... 8050 Inernational Drive (Hollywood Plaza Garage) - Tenant Improvements of existing retail space

BocabearApr 03, 2023

And of course the millions of dollars spent to put this up are so important because people on I-Drive don't realize that Walt Disney World is just down the street? What a colossal waste of money while they value-engineer important projects like actual attractions....

MisterPenguinApr 01, 2023

SirwalterraleighMar 31, 2023

That’ll show universal who’s boss…as they complete the biggest park complex addition in Orlando since the 90’s😎

DCBakerMar 31, 2023

New graphics have started being displayed today as the 50th graphics have been removed.

lazyboy97oJul 28, 2022

I only have a fleeting awareness of them, but my understanding is that there are regulations regarding brightness, movement, etc. for digital billboards but they tend to extend so many feet from the highway. The easy loophole is to build something big enough and just far away enough that these rules don’t apply.

Andrew25Jul 28, 2022

It's a heck of a traffic distraction at night - especially at the Kirkman/Universal entry ramp that merges onto a merge lane.

JoeCamelJul 28, 2022

All the electronic billboards should have maximum brightness set by regulation. IMO When they are that bright at night I look away and it kinda defeats their purpose

DznyGrlSDJul 28, 2022

Drove by this on I4 on the way back from the Sanford airport last week at approximately 1230am - it's BRIGHT...oof

SirwalterraleighJul 27, 2022

In a nutshell

matt9112Jul 27, 2022

So you mean no real investment so a lot of extra marketing ?

SirwalterraleighJul 27, 2022

They’re done with capex in Orlando for quite some time - my theory - so they will do this kinda thing to draw attention to themselves as they repackage and sell the standard/old product. It happened post millennium…they did it for stretches in the Iger years too.