Tour Minnie's house in Toontown and then visit with the resident herself. This house is the official meet-and-greet location for Minnie Mouse (though she is frequently available elsewhere in the park) and an official photographer will be on hand to take a photo for later purchase. When you're done here you can head next door to Mickey's house for a similar experience.
- Location: Towards the back of Toontown between Daisy's Diner and Mickey's House.
- Date Opened: 1/23/1993
- Capacity: Guests queue up and wait for their turn with Minnie Mouse.
- # of Shows: Continuous throughout the day, though with short breaks.
- Characters: Minnie Mouse
- Photos and Autographs: Yes
- Wait Times: Meeting Minnie Mouse is a very popular thing to do so don't be surprised at having to wait more than 20 minutes to get through the house and actually meet her.
- Length of Show: People are allowed in with Minnie Mouse in small groups and each group is give five or six minutes with Mickey Mouse before being ushered out for the next group.
- FastPass: No
- Queue Description: The interior queue winds through Minnie's House, showing how he lives and has the place decorated.
- Health Restriction:
- Ride Access: When the line is long, the queue is routed up a curb. If this is the case, contact a cast member for instructions. Other than this situation, the entire house is accessible.
- Wheelchair Transfer:
- Service Animals: Yes
- Audio: Minnie Mouse is not allowed to talk.
- Weight and Size Issues:
- Height Restriction: No
- Child Swap: No
- Other Issues: Guests are taken in to see Mickey in small groups. We suggest hanging back and letting the rest of your group take their photos first. By being last, you will get unrushed time alone with Minnie. There will be an official Disney photographer taking your picture but of course you may also use your own camera and the cast members will take your picture with your camera, too.
- You've Got Character — MousePlanet's Parenting Panel shares strategies for introducing young children to in park characters. (October 7, 2010)
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