10 Best Souvenirs For Teens At Walt Disney World

A trip to Walt Disney World is not just for families with young children or honeymooning couples. Rather, it’s a truly a phenomenal vacation destination for guests of all ages, including teenagers.  With daring thrill rides to experience, amazing water parks to cool off at, and tasty snacks to enjoy, teenagers will have a fantastic time at the most magical place on Earth, provided they don’t sleep the day away! Don’t forget about the shopping, because there are plenty of great souvenir ideas for teenagers all throughout Walt Disney World.  If you’re looking for a great gift to bring home or are trying to help your teen spend some cash, here are my favorite ideas.

1. Jewelry

Young ladies will love the wide assortment of Disney-themed jewelry available to purchase throughout Walt Disney World, from earrings and bracelets to necklaces and watches. Check out the Pandora earrings at Uptown Jewelers in the Magic Kingdom or consider starting a Disney charm bracelet.

2. Blanket

A soft, plush Disney blanket is a great idea for teenage girls. Available in several different colors and characters, this is a perfect souvenir to cuddle up with.

3. Baseball cap

Teenagers love baseball caps. They’re great to wear everyday at home and very useful for keeping the Florida sun off of your face. Buy a hat with a favorite character on it or a fun attraction. A classic choice is always the Mickey design, available in many styles and colors to please everyone.

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4. T-shirts

Another classic souvenir is a great Mickey Mouse t-shirt. Pick one up in a silly design or more stylish version  for your favorite teenager.

5. Candy

Everyone loves candy, no matter how old you are. Duck into the Main Street Confectionary in the Magic Kingdom to purchase sugary sweet cotton candy, Mickey rice krispie treats, or delicious candy apples. Epcot’s World Showcase is a great place to pick up souvenir candy and chocolate from around the world.

6. Pins

Pins are sold everywhere at Walt Disney World. Buy a few to remember a favorite attraction, a beloved character, or as a memento of a fun vacation. Pins are great to stick on a backpack, hat, or tote.

7. Journals

Pick up a great journal in a serious or whimsical style for a special teenager to jot down schedules in or record their thoughts. It’s also a good place to write down memories from a wonderful Walt Disney World vacation!

8. Keychains

Keychains make a great gift for teenagers old enough to drive. There are hundreds of styles to choose from and the price is right too!

9. Cell phone cases

An extremely popular choice among teenagers, a Disney cell phone case is a practical souvenir that reminds the recipient of fun memories every time they pick up their cell phone.

10. Bath and body products

Many of the resorts sell larger bottles of the luxurious shampoos, lotions, and bath gels provided as a smaller complimentary version in the guest rooms. Available in several scents, pick up a few bottles as a gift for a teenage girl for a souvenir she’ll enjoy every day.

About Melissa Fegely

I have been a professional writer for over 18 years with degrees in Biology and English. I am a lifelong Disney fan and a Disney Vacation Club member of over nine years. Having visited Walt Disney World several times growing up, I really caught the Disney bug after many trips with my husband. Now I am happily addicted to taking our son to Walt Disney World as often as possible and watching him experience the magic and Mickey Bars as he grows up. Traveling to Walt Disney World twice a year, I enjoy attending the Flower and Garden festival held in the spring and strolling around the World Showcase, as well as exploring all of the hidden gems that all four parks have to offer. I love helping my family and friends plan their next Disney trips based on my experiences. I also enjoy reading, swimming, traveling, and cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers. I grew up in Southwestern Pennsylvania, attended Shippensburg University, and current live in suburban Philadelphia with my husband, son, and two cats.