Mickey Mouse is coming to Toronto.
That’s right, in celebration of his 90th year as an icon, on November 20, the OG Mickey Mouse is coming north and will be visiting parts of the city.
As part of his year-long birthday bash, Mickey has set aside a full day to explore Canada’s biggest city and he can be spotted between 9:30 am to 1 pm at the following locations for your Insta-pleasure:
Yonge and Dundas Square: Mickey will visit the “beating heart of Toronto” to take in the hustle bustle of flashing neon signs, street performers, and the countless Canadians to meet at Dundas Square.
The Village: The Village is home to it’s fair share of colour, so Mickey should feel right at home in this neighbourhood’s painted sidewalks and murals.
Harbourfront: Mickey will visit Toronto’s Harbourfront with sights like the wavy boardwalks, passing ferries, and a great view of Lake Ontario or the Toronto skyline.
The Distillery District: With the Distillery District lit up for the annual Christmas Market there’s already magic in the air, making this a great addition to Mickey’s visit.
While the exact timing will be determined tomorrow, you can follow along Mickey’s adventures online to find out where he will be next.
Mickey Mouse was created by Walt Disney back on November 18, 1928.
Now, nine decades since his first appearance in Steamboat Willie, he’s still known as the “True Original” due to his level of influence on art and pop culture, and the universal appeal that brings people from across the world together. He’s seen as one of the most iconic characters of all time, according to the Walt Disney Company.
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