Making reservations: Reservations for this tour can be made up to one month in advance by calling (714) 781-4400.
Price: $59 for first two tickets and $49 for each additional ticket. Minimum two tickets and pricing applies only to tickets purchases in single transaction.
Discounts: Deluxe and Premium Annual Pass holders, Disney Visa cardholders, and members of AAA can purchase all tickets for $47.50.
Admission: Separate theme park admission is required.
Transportation: The entire tour is on foot. Participants must transport themselves to and from the park.
Rain Policy: Tours are generally held rain or shine.
Photography Policy: Photography is allowed without restriction as tour remains in generally accessible public areas at all times.
After the tour: Tour ends in Toontown and participants receive a special tour pin.
Tour length: Approximately 2.5 to 3 hours.
Day and Time: The tour is offered once per day on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The tour starts at 10:00 a.m.
Basic Itinerary: — Tour gathers at Tour Guide Gardens next to City Hall. Pluto visits the group and helps set the group on a journey to solve a mystery.
— Group tours around Disneyland riding rides, play acting, and meeting with characters to solve the mystery.
— Tour ends with meeting Mickey Mouse at his house in Toontown.
Access issues: Various rides and attractions, including Tom Sawyer Island are visited during the tour and may pose challenges for wheelchairs and ECVs. However, much of the tour is customizable on the fly by the guide so efforts will be made to work around restrictions.
Walking required: This tour is held entirely on foot and will require walking at least a couple miles.
Age restrictions: There are no age restrictions for the tour and it is targeted for children as well as parents/adults looking to have fun with their children. The target age for the mystery parts of the tour are 4 to 9 so older children may find it boring.
Other issues: This tour includes a lot of character interactions but keep in mind that most of them are based on characters that happen to be in the park anyway. So the characters seen will vary from tour to tour and it would probably be best to not promise children getting to see any particular character.