Toon town doesn’t have a ton of big rides. most of the rides are more like play places for kids to run and play with the toon type things. There is also a a play area in the center of toontown that the kids LOVE to play at. Here is all the info about the rides there.
Chip and Dale Treehouse
- This is a play area for the kids. It is kind of like a park.
- This is a small area. Most parents will not be able to go in after your kids. But you can walk around and see your kids.
- Located toward the back of toontown next to Mickey’s house
- there is no wheelchair access for this area.
- This stop is located next to the Princess Faire. It is actually outside Toontown.
- this is a play area where you can climb up into the boat and play with a few items in the boat.
- There are buttons to push and items to pull that will let you talk to donald and hear the sounds of the boat
- this is a great play area for all ages.
- there is no wheelchair access on top of the boat.
Gaget’s Go Coaster
- This is a small roller coaster. there is not a ton of room in each car, but you can fit an adult and a child in 1 car.
- This is really fun for little kids. The speed and the short ride is perfect for them. there is also no large drop.
- This is wheel chair accessible if you can transfer into the car.
- You must be 35 inches (89cm) to ride this ride.
- This is a great area to let the little ones play as a break from the norm.
- This is great for all ages, but there is no gate to keep kids in the play area so you need to be watching them.
- This area also includes the inside of goofy’s house. It used to be a jump house, but they have taken that out and it is now a place to run and things to play music on.
Mickey Mouse House
- this is mainly a play area of very toon like items. It is like you are stepping into a Mickey cartoon and living in it yourself.
- This is an area you play in as you stand in line to meet Mickey.
- This is wheelchair accessible
- this is mainly a play area of very toon like items. It is like you are stepping into a Minnie cartoon and living in it yourself.
- This is an area you play in as you stand in line to meet Minnie.
- This is wheelchair accessible.
Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin
- This ride has fast passes
- This is a good ride for all ages.
- You sit in a taxi and go through the story of the Roger Rabbit movie. The taxi turns and spins in circles if you turn the steering wheel. you don’t have to have it turn though as it follows a track through the ride
This Disneyland training article was written by my friend Melissa. Melissa is a Wife and Mother of 3 (ages 5, 3, and 1). Her family lives 10 minutes from Disneyland and visit the magical park at least 1 a week! She also blogs over at Living A Frugal Life about how to have a frugal life while still having a rich family life. She loves DIY projects, cooking from scratch, saving money and spending time with her little family!
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