For a limited time, you can rent Mickey’s house in Toontown!
Spending the day at Disneyland is a celebration in itself. You can soon take it a step further and have a dedicated party spot in the park.
Celebrate! In Mickey’s Toontown is Disneyland’s newest limited time offering. Before Toontown goes under major renovation, park-goers can host a party in the house of mouse.
The experience runs from January 19, 2022 through to March 6, 2022.
If you rent Mickey’s house in Toontown, here’s what you get:
-Take a group photo with Mickey Mouse, and receive complimentary downloads of Disney PhotoPass digital photos taken during the event
-Participate in hands-on crafts and games designed to delight little ones and grown-ups alike
-Get quicker entry to Gadget’s Go Coaster at the end of your celebration
The cherry on top of this experience is that Disney will plan it all from the activities to the cupcakes. All you have to do is show up ready to party.
You can rent Mickey’s house in Toontown for $350, gratuity not included (or required). The experience is good for a group of up to 10 people and lasts 90 minutes. Payment is due at the time of booking.
This may be a magical way to experience Toontown as it is before its almost year-long closure. The reimagining will bring lots of changes and Toontown will be a much different experience upon its reopening in 2023.
Important details for this experience:
-The experience is limited to 10 Guests total per group, including infants. At least one person in the party must be an adult 18 years of age or older and must accompany all children in the experience for the duration of the experience.
-When visiting Mickey’s House, strollers must be parked outside.
-The experience is wheelchair accessible.
-Guests with special dietary requests should discuss their dietary requests upon arriving at the location.
-The experience is 90 minutes in duration.
-Discounts cannot be applied to this experience
For full details, check out what Disney has to say.
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