Disney's most iconic character Mickey Mouse is celebrating his 90th anniversary in a plethora of different ways -- one of which is his #MickeyinTO journey. The character was created by none other than Walt Disney himself and to mark the 90 years since his creation, Mickey Mouse visited Toronto for one day on November 20th. Disney targeted Torontonian fans, asking them to vote on where Mickey Mouse should visit -- the results included Yonge and Dundas Square, The Village, Harbourfront, and the Distillery District.
These locations were chosen based on their photo-friendly score -- there are street performers, bright lights, and friendly smiles passing by Yonge and Dundas Square. The Village boasts a series of colorful murals and sidewalks and the Harbourfront shows off a captivating skyline, Lake Ontario, and boardwalks. The Distillery District is currently hosting the annual Christmas Market, bringing cheer and bright lights to the city.