The Disney Skyliner, Walt Disney World’s newest mode of guest transportation has quickly become a fan-favorite! And it’s no wonder why. The gondolas are adorable. The trips are fun and relaxing. And, the lines are often short and move quickly; whisking guests to their destinations in a jiffy!
We just learned Disney is releasing a brand-new Skyliner Mickey Mouse Funko Pop! Figure. This adorable collectible is just as cute as the real thing! But even better; fans get to take it home and have a piece of the magic with them to enjoy every day!
This Funko Pop! figure has real working doors and enough room inside the Gondola to have Mickey enjoy the ride from the inside.
Each window of the Gondola replica is decorated with some of our favorite characters. On one of the two large windows, you see Pluto looking out at one of the cute birds from Splash Mountain, who’s waving at Pluto with his signature blue top hat.
On the opposite window, Chip and Dale are up to their usual fun shenanigans. Then, on the back of the gondola, you see Mickey and Minnie Mouse enjoying the view from above and snapping some pictures to capture all those magical memories they’re making.
This new collectible will be available starting November 16th, at the following Walt Disney World Resort locations:
- World Traveler at Epcot
- Mickey’s of Hollywood at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- Disney’s Pop Century Resort
- Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
- Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
- Disney’s BoardWalk
- Merchandise will also be available at the new Disney’s Riviera Resort when it opens later this year!
For even more fun Skyliner merchandise, browse this link to see all the fun merch Disney has added to the Skyliner collection!
Disney’s Skyliner Gondolas can fly guests to and from Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s POP Century Resort, and the new Disney’s Riviera Resort.
Each Gondola can accommodate up to 10-guests (6-guests if they have a stroller). Single strollers can ride unfolded, but double and oversized strollers do have to be collapsed to fly.
Have you taken flight in one of these magical gondolas yet? What was your experience? Let us know in the comments!