Magic Kingdom - Mickey's Toontown Fair
|The Barnstormer||Pixie Hollow- Closed|
|Donald's Boat - Closed||Toontown Hall of Fame- Closed|
|Mickey's Country House - Closed||Shops & Food- Closed|
|Minnie's Country House- Closed|
Mickey's Toontown Fair
Opened: 1996 - Closed 2/12/11
1996, Mickey's Starland was renovated and reopened with
a new cartoon-flavored look, as Mickey's Toontown Fair.
This is the smallest of the seven lands in the Magic Kingdom
and is basically a large character greeting area. Kids of
all ages can meet their favorite characters at the Hall
of Fame and even meet Mickey himself at the Judge's Tent.
This brightly colored cheery land consists of walk through
tours of Mickey's and Minnie's residences, a play area in
Donald's Boat and one ride, Goofy's Barnstormer. Guests
in need of nourishment can find fruit, snacks and beverages
at the Toontown Market. Finding just the right souvenir
is a breeze at the County Bounty.
Located in the Hall of Fame, guests can meet and mingle with Tinker Bell and her friends Rosetta the Garden Fairy, Silvermist the Water Fairy, Iridessa the Light Fairy, Fawn the Animal Fairy and Vidia the fastest flying fairy.
The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm - rethemed and now part of Fantasyland
The pint-sized thrill ride in Mickey's Toontown Fair is this roller coaster found at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm. The premise behind the ride is that guests are flying in Goofy's out-of-control airplane as it swoops, twists and turns and eventually ends up going through the barn much to the surprise of the Audio-animatronic chickens inside. The ride itself is fast but fairly tame, and short - less than a minute in length. It's a great ride for the young and the young at heart, although the cars are small and are not designed to hold larger adults.
The "Miss Daisy" provides children with a play break as well as a chance to find respite from the heat. The spurting padded floor keeps kids guessing as to where the water will shoot up next. The interactive play area allows children to ring the bell and steer the ship of Donald's ill-fated leaky boat.
A walk through tour of Mickey's bright yellow house is a must see for any fan of the Mouse. More information and photos...
Minnie's Country House
This pink and lavender home definitely has a feminine touch about it with its heart engraved shutters. Minnie's home includes such interactive touches as an answering machine, (where you can listen to messages from Mickey and Goofy), and you can watch the cake baking in her oven. The microwave even pops popcorn! A cute little gazebo in the back completes the walking tour.
Toontown Hall of Fame
The tent-like structure Hall of Fame houses the County Bounty merchandise shop, as well as a place to have an up close and personal encounter with your favorite Disney pals. You can meet the Princesses and the Fairies here. A limited number of people are let into the rooms containing the characters so children are ensured a turn at interacting with their Disney friends.
A great place to locate those "hard to find" characters is next to the train station stop in Mickey's Toontown Fair.
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- Toontown Market (Fresh fruit, snacks and beverages)
- County Bounty - General souvenirs, children's clothing and toys.
- Mickey's Toontown Fair Souvenirs
- Farmer's Market
Inside the Hall of Fame, you'll find queues for the Princesses and the Fairies. Part of the fun is the surprise of seeing who's there to meet and greet you at the end of your wait. Sometimes you may also find characters in the "streets" of ToonTown.