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Post 21 is Now Open Curating Unique Merchandise from Black-Owned Businesses in Downtown Disney

Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort has seen lots of new stores opening up lately, and we are so excited to do some shopping on our next visit!

One of the newest retailers to open up at the Downtown Disney District is Post 21, a kiosk run by a mother and daughter duo from Los Angeles who have created the shop as a way to showcase trendy and unique items created by Black-owned businesses.

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The store stocks all kind of items from artwork and home goods, to items just for children, graphic tees, stationery, jewelry, accessories and more. During the holiday season, Post 21 is offering a wonderful selection of wrapping paper and seasonal mugs, some of which even featuring a Black Santa figure.

Post 21 has an online store, however their kiosk in Downtown Disney is their first in-person shopping venture! You can find the store on the east end of the Downtown Disney District, and we recommend checking them out, especially if you are at Disneyland for the holidays and still hoping to pick up some gifts!

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If you can’t make it to the Downtown Disney District or if you just don’t have a trip to Disneyland planned before the holidays, we recommend checking out their online store and picking up some gifts online at post21shop.com. The shop also has an active Instagram account, and blog on their website where they share posts on their company’s history, causes they are passionate about, as well as gift guides.

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And don’t forget- If you are a Southern California resident Disney has a couple of special offers for early 2022 visits! Read this post to learn about a specially priced three-day midweek park ticket just for residents and a 25% discount on hotel stays at Disneyland Resort hotels for select dates next year.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."