Mickey and Minnie Experience Disney100: The Exhibition!
The Walt Disney Company is in the midst of its 100th Anniversary Celebration, with a special event opening this month in Philadelphia. Mickey and Minnie experienced Disney100: The Exhibition together on a magical day out in Pennsylvania!
Disney100: The Exhibition
Disney100: The Exhibition is a Disney history buffs’ paradise. Featuring over 250 treasures paying tribute to a century of magic, it’s a wonderful celebration of the Disney story.
D23 Gold Members got a first look at the exhibit on February 15. Mickey and Minnie joined in attending the opening celebration, bringing pizzazz to the event in their Disney100 outfits!
D23 just shared some adorable images of the duo as they toured the gallery. Check out these can’t-miss photos of the Mouse who started it all, and his stylish date!
Mickey and Minnie
The couple’s first stop was the “Where It all Began” gallery. Celebrating Disney’s animation beginnings, it features the Alice Comedies and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit!
Next, they visited the “Where Do the Stories Come From?” gallery. Mickey and Minnie especially enjoyed checking out the interactive Sleeping Beauty prop book display!
At the “Where Do the Stories Come From?” gallery, Guests can admire several props from Mary Poppins as well, including the iconic carousel horse! This portion of the exhibit is dedicated to the inspirations behind Disney films.
Music is a key element when it comes to Disney storytelling and there’s a whole gallery dedicated to it! “The Magic of Sound and Music” also features artwork from beloved films like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Encanto.
Mickey and Minnie loved visiting the “Your Disney World” gallery. Dedicated to Disney Parks, it features treasures from the Walt Disney Archives.
Guests can gaze at some awesome items like Disneyland’s Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction vehicle and Disney World’s Red Demon Figure from Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.
Mickey and Minne took a moment to snap a photo in front of a model of Disney World’s Cinderella Castle! Don’t they look cute?!
Disney Legend Bob Gurr also made an appearance. The Imagineer contributed to over 100 Disney Park attraction designs!
If you love Disney history and are in or around the Philadelphia area, be sure to check out Disney100: The Exhibit at The Franklin Institute. Mickey and Minnie had a great time, and so will you!