Mickey's Toontown
Opening date January 24, 1993
Mickey's Toontown is one of the different sections of Disneyland Park. It is located in the northernmost part of the park. It is an identical copy of the land is located at Tokyo Disneyland. Its Walt Disney World counterpart was Mickey's Toontown Fair, which closed in 2011 to make way for the New Fantasyland expansion.


Choosing to live away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood, Mickey Mouse moved to a Toon suburb in a hidden part of Anaheim in the 1930s, keeping in touch with his humble Midwestern roots. His friends followed suit and built their own houses nearby. When Walt Disney was looking for a location to build Disneyland, Mickey pointed him towards a large Orange grove nearby for him to build his park. When the park opened, Mickey and his friends traveled between their Toontown homes and Disneyland to meet the countless guests that visited the park. Eventually, in 1993, Mickey and his fellow Toontown residents decided to open their hometown to the public for visitors, digging a tunnel through the berm.

Since 1993, Mickey's Toontown has been featured as the hometown for Mickey and Friends in various media including television, films, and video games. The area was also the inspiration for the Kingdom Hearts series' world Disney Town (first featured in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep) and OsTown in the Epic Mickey series.

Attractions and Entertainment



  • Chip 'n' Dale's Acorn Pit
  • Goofy's Bounce House (re-themed to Goofy's Playhouse)
  • Jolly Trolley


  • Daisy's Diner
  • Pluto's Dog House
  • Clarabelle's Frozen Yogurt
  • Toon Up Treats


  • Gag Factory
  • Toontown Five & Dime


  • There was originally going to be a "Piano Movers" truck in which the gag is that a piano crashed on the truck. It was eventually scrapped.
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