So having now ambled through Main Street U.S.A. and then wandered about the whimsical Fantasyland, I continued my Disneyland day by stepping through under a bridge and dropping straight into a place right out of Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Mickey’s Toontown is another of Disneyland’s themed lands and based on a 1930s cartoon aesthetic, this one is very much a small scale recreation of the Mickey Mouse universe.
All the main Mickey Mouse characters (like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck) have their houses situated in this colourful and very quirky little town setting, and as you might imagine (being specifically aimed at the smaller visitors to the park), character interactions and meet and greets are very much the norm here.
Everything is themed, so if you want a bite to eat, grab a pizza from Daisy’s Diner, or maybe some hotdogs from Pluto’s Dog House, perhaps finishing it all off with some ice cream from Clarabelle Cow’s.
There are loads of goofy props littered about to match the look and feel of the crazy little place, and the few rides dotted about this land very much follow this aesthetic.
(For reference, the two rides available in this small section of the park is Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin and Gadget’s Go Coaster.)
It’s a lot of silly fun and popular with the little kids, but that said, I did rather enjoy my little spin on the crazy Roger Rabbit ride! ;)
Next up: the slightly more adult themed Frontierland, and with it, a ride on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad!