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Check Out Mickey’s Toontown in Disneyland

Mickey’s Toontown in Disneyland has recently undergone renovations that are going to be exciting to families traveling to Disneyland with toddlers and preschoolers!

Mickey's Toontown in Disneyland
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This is an area of Disneyland dedicated to lovable and iconic characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and has whimsical architecture along with activities perfect for little kids.

For those who haven’t yet experienced Mickey’s Toontown, here are some of the things you will get to experience:

All The Things to Do in Mickey’s Toontown

Rides & Attractions

Minnie & Mickeys Railway
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Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

On this ride, guests travel through a Disney cartoon short featuring Mickey and Minnie. When things go haywire, it’s up to Goofy to get the train guests riding on back to the station in one piece!

Guests may purchase individual Lightning Lane entries for this attraction.

Gadgetcoaster in Disneyland
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Chip ‘n’ Dale’s GADGETcoaster

This is the perfect ride for kids who have never been on a rollercoaster.

Built by the inventor mouse from Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers, it features gentle curves and hills that go at a speed that kids can handle.

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Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin 

While a little outdated for kids, this ride takes guests on a taxicab ride that follows the adventures of Roger Rabbit. 

Disneyland Railroad

Guests can board the Disneyland Train at Mickey’s Toontown station to take them to other stations throughout the park.  

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Character Meet & Greets

One of the best parts of visiting Toontown is the characters you can meet. You can get photos with the fab five along with Pete & Clarabelle.

Play Areas for Kids 

CenTOONial Park

The first space guests will see when they enter the land, this open area features a fountain with water tables designed for play, and a dreaming tree with sculpted roots for children to crawl around and explore. 

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Goofy’s How-To-Play Yard 

Kids will enjoy this whimsical sound garden and interactive clubhouse. Kids can pretend play at the candy-making contraption or slide down the rainbow slides.

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Donald’s Duck Pond 

On a hot day, this is the perfect splash pad for kids to cool off. Guests will find Donald’s Boat with spinning water lilies, balance beams and rocking toys.

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Mickey’s House and Minnie’s House

Can you believe you can actually go inside Mickey and Minnie’s homes? Guests will discover special surprises in every room of their cartoon homes.

Inside Mickeyk's House

When they’re home, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse may also be available for meet & greets. 

Cafe Daisy
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Restaurants

  • Café Daisy– All the kid’s favorites can be found at this cafe: Pizza, Hot Dogs, and Mini-Donuts!
  • Good Boy! Grocers – Stop by this roadside stand for a quick treat or a picnic basket you can take on the go. Baskets include 3 Food items along with 1 Beverage served inside a stylized plastic picnic basket souvenir keepsake. Choose between Cuties Mandarin Orange, Mini Babybel Snack Cheese, Seedless Grapes, Applesauce, Yogurt Smoothie, Goldfish Whole Grain Crackers, Dried Fruit Mix, Gluten Allergy-Friendly Fig Bar, Granola Bars, Minute Maid Juice Box, or a Small DASANI Bottled Water.

Disneyland Planning Information

There is so much to think about when it comes to planning your Disney vacation. We encourage you to check out our entire site, but if you are just getting started with planning, we have some posts you should begin with.

If it’s your first trip to Disneyland, you will want to know things like what to pack for your Disneyland trip, where to find Hidden Mickeys or whether or not you should purchase Genie+ and Lightning Lane.

Bringing little kids to Disneyland? We have some great tips for bringing toddlers to Disneyland including a guide to Disney Toon Town, a list of where to meet characters and the best rides for little ones.

If you are a foodie, you will be glad to know that there are great food choices at both parks. We have a list of Disneyland snacks to try along with food you should eat at California Adventure.

Lastly, if you want to get the best deal on your trip, we can show you not only how to travel to Disneyland on a budget, but we can give you ideas on how to save on Disneyland tickets and where to book your vacation so that you get the best price.

Remember that we aren’t travel agents, we are regular Disney travelers just like you, but have been blessed with the opportunity to visit the parks regularly. Because we’ve been so much, we’ve learned many valuable Disney insider tips that we can share with others.

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