Welcome to Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland! At The Magic Kingdom, Toontown was closed for the Fantasyland expansion. At Disneyland, Toontown remains. However, the above video is pretty interesting to not only get a brief tour of Toontown as it exists today, but also tells you a little how it’s changed over the years. (Although, this is a land that has largely remained the same over the years) It’s a great way to kick this mid-week virtual trip to Disneyland off.
Here is a straight walk through of Toontown. Honestly, I don’t visit this part of Disneyland very often. It’s a great place if you have children because everything about this part of Disneyland is kid friendly. However, it’s also a fun place to grab some unique pictures. As you can see everything is so animated. Let’s look more closely at what is back here.
The very first thing you will come to in Toontown is Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin attraction. Sad to say. But I have never been on this attraction. Why? The wait times have been too long when I’ve been back in Toontown. However, after watching this video, it looks like it might be worth the wait. After all, the queue line is pretty immersive. For a dark ride it is actually kind of interesting.
Goofy’s Playhouse is clearly for the kiddos. There are lots to climb on and let their imaginations run wild. What is nice is that, if you’re a parent, you the entrances in and out are adult sized. So, you don’t have to worry about hour kid getting into an area that you can’t have full view of them.
Donald’s Boat is another walk through kind of attraction that will give your kiddos plenty to feed their imaginations. It’s also a fun place for some photos for the kids at heart.
Gadget’s Go Coaster is the only other ride attraction in Toontown. It’s a great first roller coaster because the ride doesn’t last long. If you’re an adult, it might not be worth the wait. However, this is a virtual trip. So, we’ve got to experience everything. Right?
Chip and Dale’s Treehouse isn’t what it used to be as we saw in the first video. This is another walk through attraction. Honestly, it’s kind of boring. However, we’re experiencing everything Toontown has to offer today.
One of the most fascinating things you can do in Toontown is visit Mickey Mouse’s House. After all, Walt Disney said himself that we must remember that it all began with a mouse. Mickey’s house has soooooo many cool little details. The video above does a pretty good job at capturing them. Wait times to see Mickey will be found on many of the Disneyland apps. There is a door you can take to exit if meeting Mickey Mouse isn’t high on your priorities.
The last stop is Minnie Mouse’s House. As you can tell, there isn’t as much to this walk through as in Mickey Mouse’s House. However, there are some fun details inside Minnie’s house. There are lots of fun picture spots. Like Mickey’s house, Minnie’s house can get quite busy. So, getting pictures might be hard. If you have a little patience, you can have some fun with your camera in Minnie Mouse’s House.
That does it for today’s Virtual Disneyland visit to Toontown. I hope you enjoyed it for what it is. As you can tell, this is a great place to visit if you have young children that need a place where they can run around and get rid of some of their energy. If you’re an adult, this is a place that has some fun picture opportunities.
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