By Jocelyn Buhlman
The world got a little luckier when Oswald the Lucky Rabbit premiered in his very first released cartoon, Trolley Troubles. As one of Walt Disney’s earliest creations, Oswald holds a big place in our hearts for his sassy attitude and his silly antics—which is why we have created this guide to finding all things Oswald at Disney Parks around the world. If you’re looking for some extra luck during your next Disney vacation, check out our list below and get ready to hop to it!
Oswald’s Filling Station (Disney California Adventure)
This roadside stop at the entrance to Buena Vista Street is themed to the lucky rabbit himself. Stop by to pick up some merchandise to share your Oswald love, or take a picture by the station at night when the vintage neon signs are lit up.
Oswald Ears (Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World)
Want to let everyone know exactly how much you love Oswald? Well, “ears” something just for you—a unique twist on the classic ear hat. Stand out from the crowd with your Oswald pride, and let the world know how timeless and classic you really are.
Lucky Express (Shanghai Disney Resort)
While you stroll down Mickey Avenue, make sure to check out this caboose-styled souvenir stand. Themed to Oswald, you can celebrate his lucky spirit with magical merchandise starring this rambunctious rabbit.
Ice Cream Sundae at Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream (Disney California Adventure)
Are you hungry for something sweet? Well, then it’s your lucky day! At Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream, there’s a special sundae named after Oswald himself. Stacked with one scoop of Vanilla and one scoop Chocolate Ice Cream, along with Hot Fudge, Whipped Cream, Chocolate Chips, Cherry, Waffle Cup, and a Chocolate Dipped Banana, this treat is almost as sweet as Oswald himself!
Buena Vista Street Meet and Greet (Disney California Adventure)
If you’re a fan of this funny bunny, why not meet him in person? Hop over to the Hyperion Bridge and say “hi” to the big rabbit himself! He’s a timeless star and fits right into the classic style of Buena Vista Street.