The Mickey Pylon is a well-known landmark in Celebration, Florida, a master-planned community just outside of Walt Disney World Resort in the Orlando-Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area. Connected directly to the parks, the community was developed by the Walt Disney Company.
The Mickey Pylon is a 32 meters tall double-dead end tubular powerline tower in form of a stylized Mickey Mouse used to feed nearby Osceola Substation with two 230 kV circuits, one coming northward over Gaylord Palms Resort from the Intercession City Power Plant and the other coming southward from the Pearce Road Substation.
The Mickey Pylon consists of a 21.3 meters tall tubular pole, on which a circular ring with a diameter of 9.1 meters and a weight of 13.608 tons is installed for the head. At this ring two elliptical rings with axis lengths of 5.5 and 6.1 meters and a weight of 2.495 tons are installed, representing the ears. All ring structures consist of galvanized steel tubes with a cross-section of 0.305 m x 0.508 m, manufactured by Bend-Tec of Duluth, Minnesota. It was completed on February 15, 1996
At night, the structure can be illuminated by fiber-optic cables installed on the rings, which are fed from a laser installed at the ground through a telecommunications-grade fiber mounted inside the pole.