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Oh, Mickey! The World's Most Famous Mouse Is Getting His Own NYC Exhibit

Your Disney-obsessed kiddos don't need to trek to Florida to learn everything about Mickey Mouse.


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Sure, you’ve known his name since you were in diapers, but have you ever thought about what a huge international influence Mickey Mouse is? From Steamboat Willie to ginormous theme parks around the world, Walt Disney’s little mouse is undoubtedly an icon. Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, a 16,000-square-foot experience in NYC, will walk you through 90 years of the little mouse’s history.

Dubbed a “true original,” the multisensory exhibit focuses on Mickey’s impact on art in all its mediums. There’ll be both historic and contemporary works on display from artists like Darren Romanelli, Amanda Ross-Ho, Kenny Scharf and Shinique Smith. Be sure to bring a fully charged phone for photo ops!


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The exhibit will run from November 8-February 10, 2019 on Tuesday-Sunday from 10 am-8 pm. Tickets are $38 per person (ages 3 and under don’t need a ticket) and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are purchased by time intervals. Please note, strollers aren’t allowed inside the exhibit.

Mickey: The True Original Exhibition
60 10th Ave.
New York, NY 10014

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