Mickey's Toontown Fair

Mickey's Toontown Fair, Magic Kingdom
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Description

Mickey's Toontown Fair is a land at the Magic Kingdom, originally built to honor Mickey's 60th birthday. It has had a number of name changes, and is currently known as Mickey's Toontown Fair.

Closure

Mickey's Toontown Fair closed at the end of February 11 2011 to make space for the new Fantasyland expansion.
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Details

Attractions

The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm
Judge's Tent
Hall of Fame Tent
Walt Disney World Railroad
Minnie's Country House
Mickey's Country House
Donald's Boat

History

Mickey's Birthdayland opened on June 18 1988 next to Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom to honor Mickey's 60th birthday.

Attractions included Grandma Duck's Farm with live animals for petting, Mickey's house, a Mickey Mouse meet and greet, a train station for the Walt Disney World railroad, and a live show featuring Disney characters. 

At the end of Mickey's 60th Birthday celebration on April 22 1990, Mickey's Birthdayland closed and was reopened and renamed on May 26 1990 to Mickey's Starland

Mickey's Starland was then later updated and became Mickey's Toontown Fair on June 29, 1996. Major additions included the addition of Minnie's country house, a refurbishment of Mickey's house, addition of Donald's boat, and the land's only ride, The Barnstormer rollercoaster.
 
Related Photo Galleries
Walled off Toontown Fair
Photos by WDWMAGIC
Mickey's Toontown removed from the Magic Kingdom map
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Overview of Mickey's Toontown Fair
For a more detailed look at the individual attractions, visit the individual attraction page from the attractions section of the site.

Photos by WDWMAGIC
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