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Quirky finds at Kings Island

Natalie Belfiglio

Social Media Coordinator - Kings Island 

Quirky is an adjective that is defined as being characterized by peculiar or unexpected traits. I set out to find the quirkiest things in all of our shops and with the help of some associates, I certainly didn’t come up empty-handed. Not only do we have thrilling rides, we have merchandise to go with it here at Kings Island.

Collector Patches & Pins

Let’s start out with a park favorite. Even though some rides have come and gone throughout the years, the popular ones have been immortalized through collector’s pins and patches. Celebrate your favorite retired coasters with patches and check out our other pins that commemorate old rides such as Flying Eagles, Wild Animal Habitat, and The Screamin’ Demon. Don’t forget to be on the lookout for pins and patches that show our current rides either! Collector’s patches and pins can be found at Emporium and KI Essentials on International Street, Coaster Connection in Action Zone and the DB Trading Post in Rivertown.

Banshee Tombstone Pen

Want to take home something different to remember your time on Banshee? We have the souvenir for you. This Banshee tombstone pen will look great on your desk at work and remind you that the week is almost over and you can come back to Kings Island during the weekend. You can find these pens over at Emporium, you can also get the same tombstone but without the pen feature.

Tables?

No question marks about this next quirky item. Forget “The Beast” merchandise, you can actually buy the tables that the merchandise sits on. Yes, you read that correctly. The side table, coffee table and dining table all have price tags. If you’re really interested, please feel free to ask an associate about the prices of each. Talk about a conversation piece to have in your home. You can find these tables at the KI Trading Company.

Mystic Timbers Hot Sauce

Here’s something that’ll get your taste buds ablaze. If you’re someone who enjoys a good hot sauce or just food in general, what better souvenir to take home with you! You can find this Mystic Timbers Jalapeno Hot Sauce at the DB Trading Post in Rivertown. Enjoy!

Snoopy Hot Dog Toaster AND Gummy Candy Maker

Can’t get enough of the PEANUTS gang? Here’s another cool way to take them home with you. Summer just isn’t complete without hot dogs and gummies. It’s a great souvenir and you’ll think of the amazing time you had at Kings Island every time you use both of these items!

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