I got a little behind on posting about this machine that came out a few weeks ago. So many new machines have been released it getting harder to keep up. But I shouldn’t be complaining about all these new penny machines as it really is fun to find them and share information on each new set. On this trip we were headed back into the Magic Kingdom, however before that I needed to make a quit stop over at the Polynesian Village Resort. A family member had asked me to check on a souvenir they had seen at that resort and regretted not picking it up during their visit so I was stopping by to help out. With that little task over I headed out back of the resort which is always really beautiful with the lake as a backdrop.
I decided to take the boat over to the Magic Kingdom just to try something new.
The boats are too big but it did make for a nice little trip over to the park. Once inside the Magic Kingdom we didn’t have too far to go. The new penny machine was located right on Main Street, but first my daughter wanted to visit with her favorite fairy Tinker Bell.
Just past the main street train station is the Town Square Theater. This is where you can meet the big guy himself Mickey Mouse, but also Tinker Bell.
This is always a really great meet and greet that my daughter absolutely loves. Tinker bell always get down on the ground and has a great time with the little ones. We took a bunch of pictures and then headed towards the exit which as you know always takes you into a gift shop.
This store is called Curtain Call Collectibles, but for those of you that may want to visit this store without seeing Tinker bell you can come in directly from Main Street.
To be honest I don’t think I even realized this was here at first and have walked past it a many times without going inside.
There is a bit of a walk back to the store, but you can see some very pretty gardens along either side. This area can get busy during parade times.
Once inside you can see it’s a long narrow store that has all the usual items like pins, plush characters, t-shirts, and so much more. About halfway through the store (regardless of which direction you go) the penny machine is up against the wall opposite the check out area.
The machine was a nice dark blue cabinet that blended in well with the surrounding area. When I first got there it had been slid out and the back was opened undergoing a bit of maintenance. Thankfully it was nothing major and the machine was back in working order after about 10 minutes.
This set was primarily themed around Peter Pan with designs of Tinker Bell, Wendy, Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Tick Tock Croc. But also included designs of Mickey, Minnie and Pluto to round out the eight designs.
Another great set of pennies for a movie that hasn’t had a big representation in the pressed pennies across property. We still had a big day ahead of us at the park, but made sure to visit Peter Pan’s Flight to finish off our visit.
Just takes a little pixie dust to make for a magical day.