Mickey Mouse is everywhere at Disney World. I don’t know how he finds the time. The big cheese is pushing 90 and he still manages to do all of those wardrobe changes and pop up in unexpected places. You probably have a pretty good idea of where you can find Mickey in Disney World. Then again, there are probably some places you didn’t know you could meet Mickey.
Here are five lesser known Mickey Mouse locations in Disney World.
Meet Mickey at The Four Seasons
Right out of left field, there is a Four Seasons location where you can meet Mickey Mouse. Ravello has a character dining experience for breakfast on Thursdays and Saturdays. It runs from 7:30 am to 11:00 am. You may have seen this publicised as a Goofy event. He’s there, too. However you can also meet Mickey and Minnie.
Meet Mickey at Ohana
Ohana is a well known Character breakfast location in the Magic Kingdom resort area. The Polynesian themed restaurant features interactions with Lilo and Stitch, but those aren’t the only characters you get to interact with. Ohana also has meet and greet opportunities with Minnie Mouse, Pluto and– you guessed it– Mickey!
Meet Mickey at Adventurers Outpost
Tucked away on Discovery Island within the Animal Kingdom park is a photo location where you can meet with Mickey and Minnie in their Safari clothes. This place is hidden in plain sight, right in the middle of the park. This island is mostly used as a crossroads to get to other sections of the park, so it is easy to miss the other character meet and greet opportunities here as well.
Why not check out our Animal Kingdom plan with Under 5’s whilst you are here!
Meet Mickey at Red Carpet Dreams
With everything going on (and not going on) at Hollywood Studios right now it’s easy to miss the new meet and greet Red Carpet Dreams, which features Mickey in his Sorcerer’s Apprentice costume. Here you can get a photo with Mickey and Minnie. You may not know it, but Mickey also tags along with Minnie at Hollywood and Vine.
Seasonal Schedule at Disney Resorts
Mickey pops up in the oddest places. You may find him right at your very resort this holiday season. Each resort has its own unique schedule and of course meeting times are subject to change, so make sure you follow up with the hotel to find out when Mickey will be out and about in your neck of the woods. He will likely be wearing a festive set of seasonal attire as well.
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