Small Drops, Thrill Rides
Tumble and turn on a rollercoaster ride created by the inventive mouse from Chip ‘n Dale's Rescue Rangers.
Enter the home of Gadget Hackwrench, climb aboard a cleverly designed "acorn train," and get ready to go go go! Each hollowed-out acorn seats 2 passengers and is designed for one adult and one child. Depart Gadget’s workshop and hold on tight as your speed off on an exhilarating spin along a winding tubular track.
During your minute-long trip, which is presented by Sparkle, race through an oversized comb, soup can and spool of thread as you reach speeds of up to 22 mph. Sail around Toon Lake—passing Donald’s Boat—and enjoy the panoramic views of Mickey’s Toontown along the way. And be on the lookout for a happy green frog who likes to spit a stream of water directly over your head!
While you wait for your acorn ride, check out the creative space of the ever-so-clever member of the Rescue Rangers team! A colorful collection of found objects makes up Gadget's amazing home where she designs all kinds of marvelous contraptions. Even various workshop tools make up her marquee:
Gadget’s Go Coaster is inspired by the animated show Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers. In the popular series, Chip and Dale assemble a team of talented crime fighters to help them solve mysteries and stop crime. The cleverest member of the team is Gadget, a young female mouse and the team's pilot, mechanic and inventor.
Gadget created Gadget’s Go Coaster in her yard as a pet project to impress her friends. And as with all her inventions, she used only “found articles” like bottle caps, cans, children’s toy blocks and rubber bands—all seen from her mouse-size point of view.
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 Mouse made his home there 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.
Gadget Hackwrench isn't the only Disney character that calls Mickey’s Toontown home. Don't leave without paying a visit to: