There’s new merchandise for the 2023 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival!
Many ThemeParkHipsters have an avid passion for Walt Disney World merchandise, that’s why I try to keep each and everyone of you informed on the latest items coming throughout the parks.
During the 2023 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, the lovely friend of Mickey Mouse, Goofy, will take center stage as the main topiary upon entrance to Epcot.
For 2023, you’ll be able to enjoy several event items including coffee mug, sippers, spirit jerseys, hats, shirts, tote bags and more!
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. PLEASE READ MY DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO. Which means if you click on certain links, I may receive a small commission at no additional charge to you.
2023 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival NEW Merchandise Collection
This year’s festival merchandise introduces four collections to the event’s bountiful selection.
Let’s check out this year’s Epcot Flower and Garden Festival merchandise selections:
ORDER NOW to secure your Walt Disney World theme park ticket! GET MY TICKETS.
1. Orange Bird Collection
Also, the Disney team has created several mugs, cups, spirit jerseys and more that are specially made for the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.
2. Home Garden Collection
Celebrate springtime with the new and colorful Home Garden Collection.
You can purchase a variety of clothing, drinkware, yard tools and more!
3. Snow White Garden Collection
It’s your favorite princess who’s making her debut for the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival merchandise.
You can enjoy some of the incredible novelties, apparel and accessories offered. My favorite is the Snow White Figural Planter below.
Don’t forget to check out the Snow White inspired Dooney and Burke purses made for the Epcot Festival.
4. Figment’s Garden Collection
Be sure to buy one of the many purple Epcot Flower and Garden festival pieces on your visit!
Hipster Power Tip: Don’t forget to grab your festival passport and map to make your way all over Epcot to explore and learn about the various topiaries in a new way!
What to Know Before You Go to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival
How much does Epcot cost?
A one-day REGULAR season Epcot ticket starts at $109* (prices do fluctuate based on the season).
Ready to make your trip out to Walt Disney World Resort, then get your no obligation, FREE Quote by filling out the form with The Park Prodigy by Clicking HERE!
What is Disney’s Epcot Flower and Garden Festival?
The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is one of Disney’s annual events aimed at teaching you how to appreciate the natural resources that we have on this planet through seminars, dining adventures, and topiary displays.
How long is the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival?
The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is from March 1st through July 5th for 2023!
In order for you to make the July 5th closing date of the festival, I’ve put together a great way to explore the floral celebration in only one day.
What time does Flower and Garden Festival open?
Epcot opens daily at 9 a.m. You’ll be able to see all of the topiaries in Future World before heading over to World Showcase.
What are the Best Rides at Epcot for Adults
- Soarin Around the World
- Test Track
- Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
- Frozen Ever After
- Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind
How many countries does Epcot have?
There are 11 (eleven) countries in Epcot.
What are the countries in Epcot?
- America (United States)
- United Kingdom
Ready to plan your theme park trip? Watch the best vacation planning tips on YouTube. Get started here!
Final Thoughts on the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Merchandise
As you can see, there’s so many great options to choose from in this year’s Disney Flower and Garden Festival merchandise collection.
You’ll be able to purchase select items available on shopDisney.com.
So, don’t feel bad if you can’t make it to the parks. You’ll still be able to find something online.
Did you see an item that you want to add to your Disney collection? If so, let us know in the comments section below.
Until next time, Happy Park Hopping Hipsters!
(Original Article Date: February 25, 2015/Updated March 26, 2023)