Let’s Visit The Exclusive Disney Store Where No Tourists Are Allowed
Super fun post from EPBOT about their recent visit to Disney’s Cast Connection and Property Control. It’s the kind of place that would have really confused me as a kid. But now, a deconstructed version of the park’s seemingly infinite iterations, somehow only increases the magic.
For the first time in maybe 20 years, I visited Cast Connection and Property Control! WOOHOOO!
Don’t worry if you don’t know what that is; few people do. This is the one store on Disney property they DON’T want you to see, because it’s not for us, it’s for cast members. Happily WDW just started allowing CMs to bring friends and family in again, though, so our friend (& FoE) Robin brought John and I out for a visit.
The bargain shopping is obviously the biggest draw, but if you’re a park nerd like me then you’ll find an even bigger treat just inside the warehouse doors: a whole room of giant, park-used shop displays, all lining the walls:
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