If you're a Disney+ subscriber then by now you've probably worked your way through watching quite a few of the best titles from our childhood. It may even be hard to pick one movie or TV show from their incredible collection to sit down and watch after a long day at work. There are also some classics that were filmed in Canadian cities and are worth putting on your must watch list to see if you spot familiar places. Here are 7 Disney+ movies that you may not know were filmed in Canada.\nThe Cheetah Girls\nThe Cheetah Girls | IMDb\nThis 2003 classic stars Raven-Symoné, Adrienne Houghton, Kiely Williams, and Sabrina Bryan. It was actually filmed in Toronto and some of it was also filmed in Manhattan, New York, where the movie was based.\nThe Parent Trap\nThe Parent Trap | IMDb\nThe classic 1998 movie that stars Lindsay Lohan who played double duty as a pair of twins, has tons of filming locations. But one of the locations is actually in Vancouver, among others in California and England.\nIce Princess\nMichelle Trachtenberg stars in this 2005 film, alongside Joan Cusack, Hayden Panettiere, and Kim Cattrall. The movie had a variety of filming locations in Canada and the U.S., but two of the main ones were in Toronto and the small town of Millbrook, Ontario.\nDescendants\nDescendants | IMDb\nThis 2005 film stars the late Cameron Boyce and it was filmed exclusively in British Columbia. Production locations include Vancouver, Victoria, and Lynn Canyon Park. According to IMDb, while in Victoria, they filmed at the Provincial Legislature Building as well as Hatley Castle and Royal Roads University.\nThe Pacifier\nVin Diesel played the very unlikely lead character in this 2005 film that was filmed in Canada. Production was at Showline Studios in Toronto, and also nearby in the city of Mississauga. Some of the movie was filmed in Florida, too.\nThe Incredible Journey\nThe Incredible Journey | IMDb\nYou may not have heard of or watched this 1963 movie that revolves around the adventures of two dogs and a cat who lose their owners. Interestingly, it was filmed in small locations around Ontario including Mono Mills, Lake Vernon, Palgrave, and Aspdin, Muskoka, according to the IMDb page.\nThree Men and a Baby\n3 Men and a Baby | IMDb\nThis is another old film from 1987 that you may not have watched before, but luckily you have the chance now with Disney+. The very young and hunky Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg star in this movie that has a few filming locations in Toronto. According to IMDb, production sites include the Royal Alexandra Theatre and the Scotia Plaza.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.