Make sure there’s room in your suitcase!

By Liz Steelman
Updated December 05, 2017
A statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse stands in front of the Cinderella's castle at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
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If you’re a lonely Starbucks lover visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland sometime soon, we have a quick tip on where you should pick up the souvenir you’ll keep forever: Starbucks. Yes, we think you should go to Starbucks while you’re on your Disney vacation, hear us out.

While scrolling on our Instagram feeds we came across the account @mugs_of_disney. With 132k followers, it’s a popular account for Disneyphiles to see the newest mugs on the market that feature their favorite characters. However, the post that caught our eye was this tall, white mug featuring a gingerbread version of Cinderella’s castle.

We zeroed in and saw that the caption mentioned the mug was “the new Disney Parks Starbucks Holiday.” Intrigued, we scrolled to a more recent post on the account and found that there was a slew of Disney mugs made by Starbucks, including ones that looked like the “You Are Here” line of mugs featuring select cities available in Starbucks stores.

We just had to find out where we could find one, so we reached out to Starbucks, who confirmed to that the Starbucks location in Disney Parks offer “exclusive merchandise designed by Disney in collaboration with Starbucks,” including the “You Are Here Mug!” Sadly, none of us are making the trip anytime soon, but we think it would be a great gift for anyone who loves Disney and coffee equally.

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Not sure where there’s a Starbucks in Disney to grab your own? According to Disney public relations, in Disneyland you can visit Market House on Main Street, U.S.A.; Fiddler, Fifer, & Practical Café, at Disney California Adventure Park; or multiple locations in the Downtown Disney District. At Walt Disney World, you can swing by a Starbucks at Main Street Bakery in the Magic Kingdom; Fountain View in Future World at Epcot; Creature Comforts in Discovery Island at Animal Kingdom; The Trolley Car Café at Hollywood Studios; as well as multiple locations in the Disney Springs Marketplace. Just make sure to grab them when you spot them as the limited edition designs can go quickly!