New Disney Monorail and Castle Night Lights are Vacation-Friendly for Kids!

in Disney, Merchandise

Sleeping Beauty Castle night light

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Disney has just released a brand new set of Disney Parks night lights in Walt Disney World and Disneyland that would work perfectly for anyone who is afraid of the dark or just wants something nice to light up the night when getting up in the middle of the night.

Each of the lights featured here all retail at $16,99, there’s no variance in the price depending on what one you decide to go for. Plus, they are all batter-powered and small, so you can easily take them on vacation if your kids need the extra comfort while staying at a Disney hotel. Let’s explore what’s new in the collection in a bit more detail.

Monorail night light

Monorail night light
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The Monorail night light is bound to be one of the most popular of the collection given how popular the transportation system is. The best thing is that each of the lights changes between green and blue and they just so happen to be colors of some of the Monorails in Disney!

Sleeping Beauty Castle Night Light

Sleeping Beauty Castle night light
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The second on the list, the Sleeping Beauty Castle is the same variant that’s on sale in both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Though there doesn’t appear to be any Cinderella Castle version of the night light, this is still a great purchase and we don’t know about you but sometimes it’s nice to see Disneyland merchandise in the other parks!

Mickey Mouse Night Lights

MIckey balloon night light
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Mickey Ice-Cream night light
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The remaining two new night lights both feature Mickey Mouse. One is an ice-cream and the other is a Mickey Mouse balloon shape! They both look awesome but we prefer the Monorail and Castle for sure!

We’ve seen these at the Disney Home Store in Downtown Disney at Disneyland and The Emporium at the Magic Kingdom. All of them require batteries to operate so there’s no need to find a plug to display them, making them travel-friendly!

If these sell well we wouldn’t be surprised to see new variations based on icons from EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Still, a logical first step would be to create Cinderella Castle from the Magic Kingdom. We also wouldn’t be surprised to see the parks and resorts team release Christmas night lights this holiday season, heck we wouldn’t say no to Star Wars or Marvel night lights!

If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland soon then make sure you have a chat with our friends over at Academy Travel for a free, no-obligation quote. The team of Authorized Disney Vacation Planners at Academy Travel can help answer all your questions and plan your trip so you can focus on having a magical Disney vacation without any stress. Click here to contact them and begin planning your family’s first Disney vacation!

Are you a fan of any of these night lights? Let us know in the comments below!

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