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Roger Rabit's Car Toon Spin
Another dark ride (where the room is dark but figures are illuminated in fluorescent paint). You can point your ToonTown Cab in any direction as your drive through Toon Town, on the trail of the weasels and their deadly load of "Dip." The pre show may be one of the best in the park, with tons of detail on the walls, floors and ceilings.
As well themed as Mickey's place, this house offers a kitchen of gizmos and gadgets, most of which will make noise and react to the delight of kids. Check out the shopping list on the fridge. Minnie is usually outside, ready to take pictures.
Everyone wanted a place to meet Mickey, where they were sure he could be found. This is the place to go, and the minute you enter, you have no doubt you are in Mickey's house. From the pictures with Walt, to Pluto's half chewed bone to the dozens of other little 'mousy' details, this is a well themed home.
Outside the house is the movie barn, where you can view some old cartoons while waiting for an audience and a photo with the big mouse.
Chip' n Dale's Treehouse
Much like the ball filled attractions at many pizza parlors and fast food joints, this location does offer some nice theming, and will be a great stop for young (under 8) kids.
Gadget's Go Coaster
A very short run 'kiddie coaster' this ride offers few thrills for anyone over 8, but it is a great way to entertain the younger folks who may not be up to other thrill rides.
As a big Donald fan, this locale is a tad disappointing. While the boat is well done, and offers lots of fun for kids to explore, it lacks some of the special details found in Mickey's place. Still worth a visit, be sure to check out the mailbox outside the boat.
Goofy's Bounce House
A place for kids only, they thrill to bouncing and banging off the well padded walls. Parents can enjoy a rest on the benches nearby.
A quiet location for kids to play and parents to relax.
This little trolley car bounces its way through toon town. Not a really exciting ride, but a fun way to see the town. It may be a little childish, but what is else Disney all about ?
The rest of Toontown
While the above list covers the major attractions, it must be remembered that Toontown is an attraction in itself. The mailboxes talk, the water fountains talk, the buildings explode on cue. Take a while to just look around, be sure to stop in the post office and check out the mailboxes, each matched to its owner. Also notice the gazebo near the center of town, this is where many characters stop for photo sessions. They will emerge from City Hall to the sound of trumpets.
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