In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Tiki Room at Disneyland, the Disney Company has released some amazing new merchandise.
Before we dive into the special merchandise that you can see (and win here!), let’s talk just a bit about Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
About The Tiki Room
The original Tiki Room at Disneyland opened on June 23, 1963. It was the first Disney attraction to feature audio-animatronics – in this case some wise-cracking birds, plants, and totems. Thankfully, the Dole Food Company sponsors the attraction – which also allows us to enjoy the wonderful Dole Whip desert. Because the show was one of the first to use computers, it was the first fully air-conditioned building at Disneyland.
Want to win a Tiki souvenir?
Check out the entry instructions at the end of this article.
Disney World’s version of the show, originally called the Tropical Serenade, was an opening day attraction in 1971. In 1998 the show changed over to The Enchanted Tiki Room (Under New Management) with Iago and Zazu from the Disney movie Aladdin, and after a fire in 2011 it went back to the original show concept and is now called Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
About The Merchandise
Let’s take a look at what you can buy there:
This Pele Enchanted Tiki Mug is $39.95.
This Tiki-styled bag with bamboo handle is $59.95.
These eight postcards by the artist Shag go for $19.95.
Win A Great Tiki Souvenir
Would you like to win the eight Tiki Room postcards by the famous artist Shag? It’s actually a shame to just call them postcards – they are really eight pieces of unique art.
You get all eight postcards.
Each card is really a fun work of art.
To win, just send an e-mail to me at [Contest is over – Congratulations to the winner, Ashley S from North Carolina]. I’ll add you to our mailing list (if you aren’t already on it) and enter you into a drawing to win the postcards.
I’ll select one recipient for the prize on or around July 25, 2013. I’ll request your mailing address and then send a prize to you. It’s that easy! This give-away is open to everyone, everywhere.
What do you think about these Tiki souvenirs?