Toontown is a phenomenal little area of the park. It was designed as a three-dimensional city for our favorite animated characters. This interactive area is perfect for little explorers, as Toontown was made for little hands to touch everything. Since Toontown was made with younger children in mind, make sure you open, close, pull, push, look, and listen to everything around you. You never know what might be behind the next door you open.
Toontown is basically where Mickey and friends reside, Your chances of seeing these Characters are high here. Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, and Chip and Dale have all been known to spend a lot of time around Toontown. Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy can frequently be seen greeting guests in front of their own homes here. A trip through each of their homes is a must for your little ones. This is especially true if you’re a fan of Mickey. His house holds special memories that Walt created just for Mickey.
Although Toontown is perfect for smaller children, Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin brings in children of all ages. Grab a FASTPASS for the ride and enjoy the rest of Toontown while you wait. The Roger Rabbit FASTPASS machine isn’t connected to the main system, meaning you can get one even if you are already holding one for another ride. Be warned though; the Roger Rabbit attraction is dark and a little rough. It might not be suitable if you have sensitive little ones.
Toontown opens one hour after the park opens, and closes one hour before the park. This makes it easy to be one of the first families to experience the fun at Toontown before it gets too crowded. I recommend riding the Go-Go Coaster early in the day, as this is one of only 2 rides inside Toontown, and the line gets long fast. My daughter typically begs us to ride it again and again until a line starts to build up; that’s our cue to move on.