I hear this question all the time, mainly from my mom and other family members that live hours away. Then it hit me that there’s probably a handful of Disney fans with the same question. Recently they have been changing out some of the stores in the Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs. For example, not too long ago, they made a National Geographic store that took over The Dress Shop. That location has changed again, and so have some others.
Vault Collection Shop
When you first enter the shopping area, you are greeted by the one and only Orange Bird! This is a wonderful photo opportunity and also is the start of the Vault Collection store. Here guests can find clothing, shoes, and accessories from the Vault, also known as the merchandise showcasing different Disney World anniversaries.
While grabbing pictures around the store, I found the cutest Loungefly bag EVER!
This section of the Co-Op is where you can find the perfect home decor with a touch of Disney added to them. I adore this shop, and I wish I could buy it all. Disney Centerpiece does also showcase holiday merchandise during Halloween and the Winter holidays.
Superhero Showcase is a brand new store that replaced the art shop that was once here. Here is where Marvel fans can find fun merchandise, and there’s an Iron Man statue that’s perfect for photos.
Oh, Dress Shop, how I miss you, but I guess this is a decent replacement. This is where you can find all things fashion, like Dooney & Bourke bags, Dress Shop dresses, Disney clothing, and Alex and Ani bracelets.
I know this isn’t related to the store, but I really want the light-up sign for my home. It caught my eye immediately, and my first thought was, “how do I buy that?”
Do you see that denim dress in the background? It’s on my must-have list from this store. I might cave in soon and buy it.
DisneyTails, a Pet Collection, has been around for a long time. This store has the cutest pet accessories, along with beds, bowls, and collars.
D-TECH on Demand
As you exit the Co-Op, you’ll find D-TECH, where guests can create their own phone cases, MagicBands, and magnets. This store is always busy and hard to navigate since it’s a tiny space. I guess everyone loves this experience.
Which of these stores would you want to visit? Did any of the merchandise stand out to you? Tell us your answers in the comment section.
Hi, I'm Erica, and I write about all things Disney. Before working for The DIS, I was a theme park performer at SeaWorld, but I also performed at Disney. I have such an immense love for theme parks to the point I studied them in college.