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Toontown Hall of Fame

This show is permanently closed. This page is retained here for historical interest.

This attraction will close on February 11, 2011, along with all of Mickey's Toontown Fair.

Toontown Hall of Fame is a clearinhouse for character meet and greets. Inside the area you'll find three queues leading to three separate greeting areas. Broadly, the rooms are classic Disney princesses, Winnie the Pooh characters, and Pixie Hollow featuring Tinker Bell and her four friends. If you want to visit all the characters you'll have to queue up three times for the separate rooms. The Judge's Tent is in the area and Mickey Mouse is always in there, though you'll have to enter through Mickey's Country House.

General Information - Hide Section

    This show is permanently closed. This page is retained here for historical interest.


  • Location: In the middle of Mickey's Toontown Fair, between Mickey's Country House and Minnie's Country House.
  • Date Opened: June 1996
  • Date Closed: February 11, 2011
  • Capacity: Many dozens of people will be in each line during peak periods.
  • # of Shows: Continuous throughout the day starting at 10 a.m. and generally closing 60 to 90 minutes before the park closes.
  • Characters: Many characters may appear in the Princess and Pooh rooms, speak to cast members on site or guest relations for more information about who may be appearing on a given day. In the Pixie Hollow room, you should always find Tinker Bell and two of her four friends (Silvermist, Iridessa, Fawn, or Rosetta).
  • Photos and Autographs: Yes
 
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  • Wait Times: Guests are admitted into each room in small groups (12-20) and then ushered out several minutes later. Characters are on 30-minute shifts and will quickly change every half-hour. Expect to wait at least 30 minutes for each room you want to visit, and considerably longer when the park is crowded.
  • Length of Show: 7-10 minutes
  • FastPass: NO
  • Queue Description: Not much theming while waiting in line for one of the rooms. To get there you need to walk through the County Bounty store area where plush and other toys are sold.
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  • Health Restriction:
  • Ride Access: The queues and greeting rooms are fully accessible.
  • Wheelchair Transfer:
  • Service Animals: Yes
  • Audio: When meeting "foamhead" characters, they can not speak. "Face" characters (such as the princesses) are allowed to speak and may engage you in conversation, but they are used to dealing with all kinds of limitations. A limited number may be able to speak certain foreign languages or sign language.
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History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • At this location: When the area opened in June 1988 as Mickey's Birthdayland, this space was occupied by Minnie's Surprise Party which presented a show featuring Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, and Chip and Dale wishing Mickey Mouse a happy birthday (the whole area was opened to celebrate Mickey's 60th birthday). When the celebration of Mickey's birthday ended in 1989, the area reopened as Mickey's Magical TV World in 1990, a show featuring the stars of Disney Afternoon cartoons then on television. Shows featured included Ducktales, Gummi Bears, Tale Spin, and Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers.
  • The Attraction's History: Though the characters available have changed over the years (such as focusing one of the room's on Disney princesses as of October 2004, or converting Goofy's room to Tinker Bell's Pixie Hollow in October 2008) things remain much the same as when Toontown Hall of Fame opened in 1996.
  • Other Trivia:
    • The mayor: There is a statue of Cornelius Coot, the mayor of Toontown, outside of the Hall of Fame. This is not a character created for the new land, but rather the established mayor of Duckburg (as the town was known originally) from comic books (for those who don't know, a coot is a type of water fowl).


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