There is some pretty cool news to announce. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is coming to Mickey’s Toontown at the Disneyland Park in 2022.
Guests of Disneyland Park will be able to step into a cartoon world and join Mickey and his friends on his adventures.
Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is the first major ride-through attraction themed around Mickey Mouse. It puts you inside the unpredictable and wacky world of a Mickey cartoon short. As with most Mickey cartoons, ANYTHING can happen. You’ll board a train with Goofy engineering your trip into the cartoon world of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. You’ll experience surprising twists and turns, a zany out-of-control adventure, as one magical moment leads to another.
With state-of-the-art technologies, an original story, lovable theme song, and dazzling visual effects, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway transforms the cartoon world into an immersive, incredible, multi-dimensional experience.
Check out the fun photo that Disneyland Resort President Josh D’Amaro shared earlier today of him getting a sneak peek of the plans.
You can also find Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World Resort with a planned opening in Spring of 2020.
Make sure to come back to Travelivery for updates, like special details what will make this exciting addition to Mickey’s Toontown an amazing attraction for Disneyland Park guests.
About Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
At the beginning of the ride, guests will be invited to watch the premiere of a new Mickey Mouse cartoon, in which Mickey and Minnie Mouse prepare for a picnic outing and encounter Goofy conducting a train. According to Imagineer Kevin Rafferty, guests will then pass through a simulated movie screen where they will experience a “zippy zany out-of-control adventure”. Guests will then be transported into the cartoon and aboard Goofy’s train, which takes them on a wild adventure.[
The ride features a new technology known as “2 and 1⁄2 D” (3D without glasses) to give depth to the 2D environments. It will also include more hidden Mickeys than any existing ride.