With just a few hours left before Donald Trump's Inauguration ceremony, his supporters are gearing up to see the real estate mogul swear in as the 45th president of the United States. Several merchandise for the inauguration weekend has hit the local markets. 

Here's a look at some of the choices available for Trump supporters:

Presidential bobblehead dolls:

The White House Gift Shop has a collection of wobblers representing members of the White House, including that of late Presidents Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy, along with that of outgoing President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama and even Michigan-native Gerald Ford.

The latest addition is that of the president-elect. You can buy the bobblehead at the White House Gift Shop for $29.

Trump Inauguration Coin:

The inauguration coin sold at the White House Gift Shop has the presidential seal on the reverse with Jan. 20, 2017, as the date. It is a 22-Karat gold finish coin with red and blue baked enamels. The coin is 1.5'' in diameter and is priced $9.95.

Trump it up T-shirt:

If you are a big Trump supporter and heading for the inauguration, this 100 percent cotton "Michigan for Trump" T-shirt could be your pick and is sold through the president-elect's own website for $20. The red T-shirt features a license plate that says "Michigan For Trump" and sells for $20 in sizes small to XL. For 2XL and 3XL sizes, there is an additional $2.50 charge.

Trump Red Cap:

You can buy a classic red ballcap Trump wore during his campaign with the caption: "Make America Great Again." It is available for $19.95 at the White House Gift Shop. The cap is also available on Amazon.

Trump pin:

As a souvenir from the presidential inauguration, you can pick up a 3-inch button for $5.75 at the White House Gift Shop.

Inauguration Magnet:

The magnet with Trump's photo on it is available for $5.50.

While Trump supporters are looking to buy some inauguration day merchandise, his haters have trolled the 70-year-old on Twitter with some bizarre merchandise since he won the elections in November.