Disneyland reopens reimagined ‘Mickey’s Toon Town’

California Disney Resort is ready to continue its Disney100 celebration of the Walt Disney Company’s centenary by reopening the redesigned “Mickey’s Toon Town” section of the original “Happiest Place on Earth” on March 19th.

Tucked away behind Fantasyland on the northernmost outskirts of Disneyland, Toontown has long been a destination reserved specifically for the park’s youngest visitors. It originally opened 30 years ago based on the popular mixed live action animated film. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? with an aesthetic that pays homage to the earliest cartoons shown on the silver screen during the Golden Age of Hollywood.


While the overall theme and focus on classic Walt Disney characters from the original animated shorts remains, Toontown has been reimagined with new features and new ways for young children and their families to explore, play and relax together in a setting designed for hand development. by interaction.

New environments and physical elements have been added that encourage guests to use their five senses to connect with this whimsical world and with each other, discovering their own ways to play as well as playing together.

Mickey’s Toontown has been meticulously redesigned by Walt Disney Imagineering to remove as many barriers to play as possible, opening up green spaces where families can gather, relax and regroup during a busy day at the park. It also meant increasing accessibility for guests with different needs, removing curbs for easier navigation, and incorporating features such as companion toilets and quiet areas for children to relax.

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The exterior of the Mickey and Minnie Runaway Railroad attraction at Disneyland Park. (photo courtesy of Disneyland Resort)

New areas of the cartoon city of Mickey

CentuNial Park “This brand new grassy area will be the first one guests will encounter upon entering the grounds. It is anchored by two interactive play elements: a fountain with water tables designed for sensory play and a “dream tree” with sculpted tree roots for little boys. crawl and explore.

Goofy’s training yard “This place has a whimsical sound garden that invites kids to invent new combinations of wacky sounds, as well as a brand new upland club. At Goofy’s House, guests can get their hands on a fun candy maker that only Goofy could have invented.

Donald’s Duck Pond – This water feature was created so that the little ones can sway to make a splash. On the surface is Donald’s boat, surrounded by spinning, huge water lilies, logs, and rocking toys. Peeking through the windows of the boat, the explorers will discover a funny scene featuring familiar Disney ducks Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby.

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Chip and Dale’s GADGETcoaster in Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland Park. (photo courtesy of Disneyland Resort)

Mickey and Minnie Runaway Railroad – Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railroad (already featured at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando) is a family-friendly attraction that first debuted at Disneyland Park on January 27, 2023. The ride has no age or height restrictions; This way, families can venture into the wacky and unpredictable cartoon world of Mickey and Minnie together.

With the upcoming opening of Toontown, park visitors will also be able to enjoy the return of family favorite attractions, including Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin and Chip ‘n’ Dale’s GADGETcoaster. Famous walking spots like Mickey’s House and Minnie’s House are also making a comeback, offering meet and greets and photo opportunities with their main characters. Walking through the busy neighborhood, guests are also likely to spot real-life cartoon friends Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, Pete, and Clarabelle.

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