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First Look: New United Kingdom-Inspired Minnie Headband Now Available at Epcot

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

When visiting the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot, guests love strolling along the cobblestone streets to admire the architecture of this authentic and immersive spot. Within the pavilion shops, exciting new treasures can be found including these unique United Kingdom-inspired ears!

New United Kingdom-Inspired Minnie Ear Headband

Adorned with blue and white rose buds and a golden crown finish, these ears are fit for any royal. This Minnie headband is perfect for any photo opportunity throughout the pavilion or for simply enjoying fish and chips with friends at Yorkshire County Fish Shop. In addition to these lovely ears, guests can also find other unique treasures at the pavilion including apparel, drinkware and accessories.

United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot merchandise - Shirt and Skirt

You can find these items at the Toy Soldier shop located in the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot. All merchandise available while supplies last. Keep checking the Disney Parks Blog for more World Showcase merchandise updates throughout the year!


  • I am obsessed with these English royal rose ears, will they ever be available on shopdisney? I would love to be able to buy them while I am stuck at home in quarantine. I was just at Disney World in February but didn’t make it to Epcot before having to leave to get home.

  • I love the whole Floral Minnie United Kingdom line! I wish you’d make it all available on so we could purchase it during this Quarantine.

  • Oooo! So pretty!
    Any chance for all the other Pavilions?
    You had other Pavilions style Minnie headbands awhile back, but never Italy.
    I hope you decide to give a little amore to Italia! <3!

  • Love the country-specific gear! I am sure the girls in my family will want the new Minnie ears. However, why aren’t the roses red and white for the Lancasters/Yorks? That way you can include a bit of history in the item?

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