Disneyland revamps Toontown to make it more accessible and inclusive

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Mickey's Toontown, which debuted in 1993 and closed for major renovations in March 2022, reopened Sunday. The new Toontown offers natural trees, artificial turf-like greenspaces, benches and a shady enclave specifically designed as a quiet zone to block noise from the rest of the park. What makes the new Toontown especially significant for Disneyland are the developer's efforts to create a playground accessible to as many guests as possible, regardless of ability.

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