“The World’s Largest Pin Truck” (Pins of Extinction) Rolls Into DinoLand USA at Animal Kingdom

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A new pin display is now available in DinoLand USA at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The World’s Largest Pin Truck is a repurposed truck near Chester & Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures. Guests looking to find the pin display can also find it in the My Disney Experience app by searching for “The World’s Largest Pin Truck”. The pin truck is available from park open to park close, daily. Cast Members tell us that they believe the display will change periodically, perhaps quarterly, but that guests should keep checking back to see new pins on display!

Here’s how Disney describes the offering:

The World’s Largest Pin Truck

Trek on over to Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park to view a nostalgic new exhibit featuring the Disney “Pins of Extinction.” While there, catch a glimpse of some hidden treasures and learn a little about the history of Disney pin trading.

The World’s Largest Pin Truck is parked outside Chester & Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures in DinoLand, U.S.A.
Please note, this is not a Disney pin shopping location. Pins displayed here are for Guests enjoyment and not for trading. Learn more about Disney Pin Trading by asking a Cast Member for details.

Here’s a look at The World’s Largest Pin Truck in DinoLand USA!

While the display is off limits for trading, there are Cast Members with tradable pins nearby.

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