Disney Pin Scavenger Hunt Starts at Disneyland on August 4th

Get ready for fun, adventure and a little bit of magic at Disneyland park with the release of a pin scavenger hunt called “Disney PinQuest.” You may recall a few weeks ago that Disney introduced a similar Disney PinQuest at the Magic Kingdom in Florida. Guests at the Happiest Place on Earth can enjoy this new Disney pin adventure beginning August 4, 2016. Below are details how to get started on this fun activity for the whole family.

Guests should first purchase an adventure kit. This item contains a lanyard to showcase pins; a decoder medal for use with PinQuest pins; and a lanyard pouch to hold the Disneyland park map included in the adventure kit. The lanyard pouch also holds PinQuest clue cards, which are sold separately.

There are six different PinQuest clue cards. Each clue card has a question that needs answered and shared with a NavigatEAR cast member in a particular location. Once solved, you can redeem the clue card for a PinQuest pin using the perforated ticket on the bottom of the clue card.
Continue the hunt by using the decoder medal from the adventure kit. Line up the arrows for each pin to determine your next destination within Disneyland.

PinQuest Disneyland

After purchasing all six clue cards and receiving stamps and pins from each participating location, guests can return to any designated PinQuest location for the final step. The participating locations include:

  • Frontierland – Westward Ho Trading Co.
  • Main Street, U.S.A. – 20th Century Music Company
  • Fantasyland – “it’s a small world” Toy Shop
  • Critter Country – Pooh Corner
  • Tomorrowland – Little Green Men Store Command
  • New Orleans Square – The Pieces of Eight Shop

At those locations, guests who have completed the entire Disneyland PinQuest are eligible to purchase a QuestEAR pin completer pin (shown above).

All items for this PinQuest are available while supplies last. These items will not be sold via the Disney Parks online store or Shop Disney Parks app. You’ll need separate admission to Disneyland park in order to participate.

Good luck and happy trading, QuestEARs!

Author: Ray

I am a lifelong fan of everything Disney. My first trip to a a Disney park was to Disneyland as a child in 1970, but didn't make to Walt Disney World until I went with my wife and first child in 1990. A year doesn't go by with out at least one trip to either Disneyland or Walt Disney World. My wife and I are Disney Vacation Club members and also Charter Members of D23.

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