Disneyland Park

Mickey's Toontown

Disneyland’s youngest guests will enjoy this fun land, featuring all sorts of cartoon gags and gadgets as well as rides and attractions designed just for them. Adults will enjoy the amazing detail (as evidenced by the fact that there are NO straight lines in any of the designs here).  This whimsical land offers interaction at every turn. Most everything in Toontown is designed to be pushed, pulled, poked and prodded. The result is a land filled with surprises and smiles.

Disneyland Railroad (Opened: July 17, 1955)
Stops at stations located in Main Street U.S.A., New Orleans Square, Mickey's Toontown and Tomorrowland.
This is one of the park's original 17 attractions. The 1.2 mile old-fashioned narrow-gauge steam train that goes around the Park's perimeter including a trip through the Grand Canyon and Primeval World dioramas.
Restrictions: Accessible to collapsible strollers only (Disney rental strollers are not collapsible and cannot be taken aboard).

Chip 'n Dale's Treehouse (Opened: January 24, 1993)
Children pass though an opening at the base of the Redwood style tree house and climb a staircase that spirals up through the trunk.
Restrictions: Inaccessible to strollers.


Gadget's Go Coaster
(Opened: January 24, 1993)
A children's roller coaster attraction that takes you on an adventure over and around upper Toon Lake. This attraction is located in Mickey's neighborhood in an area themed as a rustic, natural setting with a waterfall, rocks and foliage. The cars resemble acorns and are made to look like they were built entirely from Toontown discarded parts.
Restrictions: 3-year minimum age. Inaccessible to strollers. 35" minimum height.

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Goofy's Playhouse (Opened: January 24, 1993)
Kids enter Goofy's yard and play, climb and slide to their heart's content

Mickey's House

(Opened: January 24, 1993)
Mickey's house is in the corner of Toontown with a small detached garage to the left. Visitors enter Mickey's living room and walk through his house while viewing personal mementos and show business memorabilia. Check out the screening room where a continuous film featuring segments from four of Mickey's early cartoons are shown on a bed sheet serving as a screen. Mickey's street address is #1 Mickey's Neighborhood Way.
MEET AND GREET: Meet Mickey inside his house. Check the daily schedule for appearance times.
Restrictions: None

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Minnie's House (Opened: January 24, 1993)
Minnie's dream home is right next door to Mickey's house in Toontown. Guests walk through Minnie's house that has a delighftully whimsical decor. You'll find pictures of her favorite mouse, Mickey as you stroll through. There is a wishing well in the backyard where an audio response is heard when you speak or drop a coin into it.
MEET AND GREET: Meet Minnie in front of her house. Check the daily schedule for appearance times.
Restrictions: None

'Miss Daisy', Donald's Boat
(Opened: January 24, 1993)
Donald's large houseboat, the "Miss Daisy", is docked in the lagoon of Mickey's neighborhood. This is a walk-through experience with fun hands-on activities.
Restrictions: Inaccessible to strollers.

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
(Opened: January 26, 1994)


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FASTPASS Attraction
Guests enter the Toontown Cab Company building which is the queue line for Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin. You will wander through back alleys, past Baby Herman's apartment, backstage at the Ink & Paint Club and into an underworld hideout where "dip," a deadly concoction of paint solvent, is secretly being stored in a plot to wipe out Toontown. You board a Toon taxi and follow Roger and Benny's trail through town pursued by the Weasels. Take control of the wheel, spinning your way through the Bullina China Shop, the local Power Plant and the Gag Warehouse on a fast paced spinning ride.
Restrictions: Inaccessible to strollers.

Character Greetings

In addition to meeting Mickey and Minnie in their "homes", you will find

Goofy, Pluto and pals making appearances. Check the daily schedule for times.

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Gag Factory/Toontown Five & Dime - One store with two entrances, this warehouse-themed shop sells clothing, toys and souvenirs