Surprise kids by sending them a letter from Mickey Mouse before you go to Disney. Use our printables to create your own letter and envelope.

Send your kids a Letter From Mickey Mouse!

Having Mickey Mouse write a letter to my kids before we left for our Disney World vacation has been super fun. It’s such a great way to add to the magic. You too can have a letter from Mickey Mouse sent to your kids!

In the Mouse House, a Disney planner was kind enough to put a letter together for me. The envelope I had to do myself. Since I know others want a letter from Mickey mouse I have also created a letter for you to customize for your own children. If you want to, you can download the Disney font Waltograph and make your own. This font can be very handy if you like to scrapbook.

 

How to Make Your Own Letter From Mickey Mouse

A Disney letter from Mickey Mouse about not being able to visit because of Corona virus

Buy a Letter from Mickey Mouse

If you do not want the hassle of downloading this and customizing it, I am happy to do it for you and email it to you for $7. Letters will be emailed out. I do not physically mail them. When you purchase with PayPal I get a notice that you bought one and it shows me your email address. I will email you to find out who you want the Mickey Mouse letter made out to.

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It was fun to watch my kid’s faces and see the confusion and excitement. We have been to Disney many times, probably too many. We were stationed in Florida for two years and went down to Disney World all the time. This is the first time they have received a letter from Mickey Mouse. I was unsure how they were going to react so I recorded it.

Here is a video of my kids reading their letter from Mickey Mouse. You can tell they are pretty skeptical, but excited and very surprised. Also, I really should have made my 13 year old turn off Mine Craft it was very distracting!

 

Official Postcard from Mickey Mouse

I know some of you have found this post because you were looking for the official letter from Mickey Mouse. Well, I can tell you – it’s true you can get an official signed postcard from Mickey Mouse straight from the famous mouse himself. Just send him a letter at one of his houses. You know he lives half the year at Disneyland and half the year at Disney World.

Walt Disney World Communications
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0040

Walt Disney Company
Attn: Fan Mail Department
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521

You can actually write to any of the characters and receive an autographed postcard from them. So if you need a letter from Elsa or a letter from Tinkerbell or any other character this is the way to get one.

Who do you most want a letter from? Which character is your favorite?

Have Mickey Call Your Child Before Bed

1-877-7-MICKEY, has five special messages from Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and Goofy from bedtime.

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Book Flights

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Book a Place to Stay

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Choose Activities and Tours

To find great activities in any area I use Get Your Guide and Viator. If we are visiting a city with lots of popular attractions I always check CityPass and GoCard to see if they have discount cards available. Groupon also tends to have a lot of local travel deals.

When I want to book a full-on multi-day tour I use TourRadar. They’ve got fantastic weekly deals. If I am going somewhere in Mexico or the Caribbean I use Apple Vacations.

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More often than not Lyft is cheaper than Uber. Use my Lyft link for an $18 credit! For a car rental in any country, I recommend Hertz or Discover Cars.

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