The Everything Shopping part of Everything Pop Shopping and Dining is the gift shop for Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Say that ten times fast.
Like we’ve seen at other resorts, Disney often names their gift shops and counter service dining locations the same thing or at least very similar. For this article, we’re talking shopping at Pop Century.
Pop Century’s gift shop is located off the resort’s lobby, Classic Hall. The gift shop is to your right, and the food court is to your left when you enter. If you’re looking for information about the food court, that’s in a separate article.
Related: The Food Court at Pop Century
Additionally, Everything Pop Shopping has a separate entrance from the resort’s bus stop. So when you exit the bus, you’ll likely head straight into the gift shop. That is unless you remember to walk down to the lobby’s main entrance.
The photos for this article were all taken in late 2021. So everything you see might not be available on your visit. However, this will give you a good idea of what kind of items to expect.
Unfortunately, Pop Century was seriously lacking resort-branded merchandise. However, there were a few tie-dye shirts on the resort merchandise display.
This particular blue shirt has been available here for years. I have pictures of it from the last time I took gift shop photos back in 2019.
There were a few 50th-anniversary items available. Merchandise celebrating the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World should be available through April of 2023.
Yes, the anniversary started in October of 2021, but Disney is celebrating it for 18 months.
Here are a few pieces of Disney Skyliner merchandise that were on display.
Pop Century is one of the Skyliner Resorts.
In the event you need an umbrella stroller, the gift shop had them. Disney has stroller rentals available in the parks as well.
Similar to Art of Animation’s gift shop, Everything Pop Shopping is enormous. I was impressed with this section of Disney home products.
There were various kitchen products inspired by Minnie Mouse and other classic characters.
And these beach towels look nice. Thankfully, Disney does provide towels at their pools and water parks. So a towel is more of a souvenir than anything.
Related: The Pools at Pop Century
This corner had Disney-branded treats and popcorn. In addition, there were a few tumblers. Usually, there is a good deal of mugs available. However, inventory has been low lately.
More candy, these are relatively expensive. One time my son brought a bag of those Chip and Dale pretzels to the register, and they were $8.00. I’ve never purchased them again.
You might elect to pick up a few grocery items during your stay. Here is a photo of what’s available.
And there are a few convenience items.
Various liquors are available in a display case near the register.
Pop Century’s gift shop had a good selection of magic bands, pop sockets, and phone cases on this visit. I tend to purchase these kinds of items at Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs.
Here’s an overview of one side of the shop.
There’s plenty of adult size apparel. Additionally, you’ll find a good selection of children’s clothing items.
I have found that Art of Animation and Pop Century both have more children’s merchandise than I’ve seen anywhere else.
Here are a few more items in adult sizes.
I’ll be glad when they quit stocking so many basketball jerseys. They don’t seem to fit in here.
If you collect patches, PatchD has some fun options.
And this entire corner features plush and other toys geared towards toddlers and small children.
Well, plush is for anyone, really. I prefer to pick my plush up at Epcot’s Japan Pavilion.
Additionally, there were a few puzzles and board games available.
That wraps up our look at the gift shop at Pop Century. Over the past few months, we’ve looked at the majority of resort gift shops on property. Nevertheless, I have a few more to add in the coming weeks.
If you would like to browse the gift shop posts we’ve covered to date, they are all listed in our Disney World Resort Reviews. Scroll down to the section that says gift shops and you’ll find them.
For those following along, I am working on the back end of the site as much as possible. There have been so many changes at Walt Disney World over the past two years, that many things on the website need attention.
We’ll probably finish out this week with a walk around Hour Glass Lake at Pop Century and Art of Animation. That will be a fun post and something you might want to experience even if you’re not staying at these resorts.
And next week, I hope to get started on Kidani Village at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. I’m looking forward to sharing more with you about this resort area.
For more information about Pop Century, all of our articles for the resort are listed here. Additionally, you might enjoy these:
- Pop Century Resort Review
- Art of Animation Resort Review
- Caribbean Beach Review
- Disney’s Riviera Resort Review
Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions or thoughts of your own on the gift shop at Pop Century.