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Mickey's Toontown / Toontown Fair

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Disneyland's newest land, Mickey's Toontown, sits in the far upper corner of the park behind Tomorrowland and Fantasyland. It features Roger Rabbit's Toon Town Spin (dark ride), Gadget's Go Coaster (kid coaster), and several children's play areas. It also features Donald's boat, and the homes of Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

There is a railroad stop just outside of Toontown. It serves Toontown and Fantasyland.

Trivia: The hills were extended a few years after opening to hide the new Team Disney Anaheim building which was constructed just past Toontown.

Originally opened as "Mickey's Birthday Land" and then later changed to "Mickey's Star Land", this temporary area at TMK is now permanent. Mickey's Toontown Fair is a micro section featuring a large "tent" where you can do character meet and greets and buy plush toys. There is a kid-sized roller coaster and a few play areas and buildings but not nearly as much to see and do as the Disneyland version.

There is a train stop at the back of Mickey's Toontown Fair which serves this area and has access to Tomorrowland via a long walkway which most guests don't seem to ever notice. The walkway comes out near the Tomorrowland arcade.

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