General Information

Location: At the back of Mickey's Toontown Fair, to the left of the train station.

Date Opened: June 18, 1988

# of Ride Units: 1 house

Ride Capacity: At least a hundred people can be wandering through Mickey's House at any given moment.

Restraint Method: None

Ticket Rating: A Ticket

Ride Photo: No


Time Commitment

Open/Close: Generally opens at 10 a.m. and closes 60-90 minutes before the park.

Wait Times: If you want to tour without seeing Mickey is possible to exit before meeting him in the Judge's Tent out the backyard. People meeting Mickey is what slows this line down and despite cast members' efforts to keep the line going, only a few hundred people per hour will meet Mickey. Expect to wait at least 20 minutes if there is much line at all.

Length of Ride: Self-guided, though without a line it will only take 10-15 to see everything in the house.

FastPass: No

Single Rider: No

Queue Description: The whole attraction is essentially a queue for meeting Mickey Mouse.

Access Information

Health Restriction: None

Ride Access: The house is completely accessible to wheelchairs and ECVs.

Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary.

Service Animals: Yes

Audio: There is no formal audio component to this attraction though cast members with Mickey Mouse may speak to you.

Weight and Size Issues: None

Parenting Information

Height Restriction: None

Child Swap: No

Other Issues:

History and Trivia

  • At this location: Mickey's Country House is the first item of significance in this location.
  • The Attraction's History: The attraction was rebuilt in the early 1990s when it became apparent that the area, originally built for a one-year celebration of Mickey Mouse's 70th birthday was going to become a permanent part of the Magic Kingdom.
  • Other Trivia:
    • Celebrity sighting: If you watch the TV in Mickey's den long enough, you'll see a clip of Cindy Williams (of Laverne & Shirley) cutting the ribbon when Mickey's Birthdayland opened in 1988.