I apparently can’t find a good picture of the exterior of the Marketplace Co-Op, which is one of the more interesting stores at Disney Springs. Not a whole lot about what’s offered is unique to the store, but it does offer a lot of what you might consider to be unique to Walt Disney World merchandise, if that makes any sense. The store is made up of six different areas and some portions of it have been substituted for something else. For example, Beautifully Disney and The Trophy Room are long gone. You’ll find it in between Ghirardelli and Once Upon A Toy.
As usual, most of the items pictured are new-ish. Others probably aren’t. Most everything should be available from the Shop Disney Parks app. All pictures are from the last two weeks so it’s all pretty current.
D-Tech On Demand is still here. As long as you have a recent iPhone or Samsung Galaxy then you can customize a variety of phone cases:
They also do MagicBands. If you’re not planning on visiting Disney Springs, there’s a similar setup at the store at Space Mountain’s exit over at Magic Kingdom.
28th and Main has a large presence and I’m sneaking a few items from the line that I took pictures of elsewhere:
The Co-Op had a lot of Pendleton branded apparel and accessories, which seemed like kind of an odd choice here in Florida. I’m not sure why somebody would come down here and buy some heavy wool shirt that they’d overpay for and then have to fit into luggage for the flight home.
Most of this merchandise is borrowed from the UK Pavilion.
Grey Goose shot glasses for no reason?
A change of scenery:
The towels here are on the subtle side. Just some mouse ears on the side.
Tren-D, which is attached to the Co-Op and also has separate entrances next door.
Fortunately(?) Tren-D is now mostly third-party merchandise with a lot of “Junk Food” t-shirts and Billabong