Preschoolers, Kids, Tweens
Step inside for a whimsical self-guided tour of the sailing vessel named after Donald’s sweetheart.
Donald’s Boat is where everybody’s favorite duck lives in Toontown. Make your way onboard this ship docked on Toon Lake and discover a bunch of “quacky” things for little ones to see and do.
Below deck, check out Donald's favorite photos, his sea-worthy rain gear and where he sleeps. Climb a spiral staircase to a higher landing and spin the Captain’s Wheel, ring the boat bell or pull the ship's whistle to trigger water spouts on deck. Offering panoramic views of Mickey’s Toontown at the top, Donald’s boat may make you never want to be a landlubber again!
For grown-ups, there's a shady rest and viewing area right next door.
Colorful and zany like a classic cartoon, Mickey’s Toontown is the longtime home of many of your favorite Disney characters. According to legend, Mickey made his home here as far back as 1928, paving the way for his animated pals soon after. In the 1950s, Walt Disney came to visit and told Mickey about his plans to build a theme park. Mickey suggested that he build the park in the area that surrounded Mickey’s Toontown, but asked that he keep Mickey’s Toontown a secret.
For years, millions of Guests had passed through the gates of Disneyland Park, completely unaware of Mickey’s Toontown located in the back. But in 1990, the residents of Mickey’s Toontown got together and decided that they wanted to open their hideaway for everyone to enjoy. With much fanfare, Mickey’s Toontown opened in 1993 to all Guests of Disneyland Park, and has been a favorite with families ever since.
Donald isn't the only Disney character that calls Mickey’s Toontown home. Don't leave without paying a visit to: