Mickey’s Toontown Reopens at Disneyland Resort With New Experiences

After a thoughtful reimagining, the land returns with more family-friendly play areas and new dining options.

Disneyland Resort continues its Disney100 anniversary celebration by reopening Mickey’s Toontown. The reimagined Toontown offers families an exciting array of experiences, both old and new, all designed to foster interactive play and discovery among guests of all ages. 

Visitors will find an animated neighborhood as well as the new attraction Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, which opened earlier this month. The ride is accessible to all ages and heights.  

One of the key features of the new Toontown is the emphasis on open green spaces and grassy areas. The area was designed to allow for maximum play and exploration, with as few barriers as possible. To that end, there are no curbs in the land for maximum accessibility. Visitors will also find thoughtful elements catering to the needs of families with young children, including companion restrooms and a quieter area for decompression. 

“One of the things that went into this was care and thoughtfulness,” Disneyland President Ken Potrock said at the land’s reopening dedication. “We wanted to make sure that to all of our guests, and especially our children with a variety of different capabilities and abilities, that this was a welcoming place for everyone.” 

The first space guests are likely to encounter upon entering the land is CenTOONial Park, anchored by two new interactive play experiences. The first is a fountain featuring water tables where guests can have a sensory experience. The second is a dreaming tree with sculpted tree roots which children can crawl around on. 

Goofy’s How-To-Play Yard incorporates a whimsical sound garden where kids can make silly noises, as well as an elevated clubhouse. Inside Goofy’s House, guests can help operate a candy-making contraption. Donald’s Duck Pond is another great place for little ones to let loose. Perched in the duck pond, Donald’s Boat is surrounded by huge spinning water lilies, balance beams, and rocking toys. 

Two new dining locations in Mickey’s Toontown feature comfort food and bites for everyone down to the pickiest eaters. Café Daisy, which offers food and beverages via mobile ordering through the Disneyland app, serves up playful spins on diner classics, including a plant-based wrap. The Good Boy! Grocers farmers market stand offers grab-and-go drinks, snacks, and novelties. 

Mickey’s Toontown is also home to a range of returning favorites, including Mickey’s House, Minnie’s House, and Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin. The fun-sized thrill ride Gadget’s Go Coaster has been renamed Chip ‘n’ Dale’s GADGETcoaster. The coaster itself hasn’t changed much, but new statues of Chip and Dale have been added. 

Guests can also expect to encounter classic Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Pluto, Clarabelle, and Goofy. For the first time at any Disney park, Pete will also make appearances, causing mischief around the neighborhood. Mickey Mouse will sport a new outfit specifically for when he is greeting guests outside of his home. 

Plan Your Visit  

Tickets and reservations are required. disneyland.com/tickets