Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland is an accessible land for all people | USA TODAY

After closing for a year, Mickey's Toontown reopened on March 19 with new interactive attractions and accessible, open grassy areas for play.

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Disneyland has no shortage of exciting attractions for young kids. But nice, shady benches where parents can sit and relax? Those are harder to come by.

Mickey's Toontown seeks to change that. The land, which debuted in 1993 and closed for major renovations in March 2022, reopened Sunday amid the Walt Disney Company's 100th anniversary celebration, Disney100.

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.

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