Minnie’s House | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 30th, 2024

Minnie's House - Extinct Disney WorldMinnie’s House was an attraction in the short-lived Mickey’s Toontown Fair area of the Magic Kingdom.

Minnie’s House offered guests the chance to step into the whimsical and colorful world of Minnie Mouse. The attraction allowed visitors to explore Minnie’s charming and well-decorated home, filled with delightful details and nods to her love for fashion, music, and all things adorable.

Inside Minnie’s House, guests could wander through various rooms, each showcasing Minnie’s personality and interests. The living room featured a cozy fireplace, family photos, and Minnie’s favorite fashion items. In the kitchen, guests could peek into Minnie’s recipe book and admire her collection of vintage kitchenware.

The bedroom was a highlight of the experience, showcasing Minnie’s love for polka dots and bows. Guests could find Minnie’s signature bow collection and even leave a note for her on her adorable polka-dotted vanity.

At certain times throughout the day, Minnie Mouse herself would greet guests inside her home, offering the perfect opportunity for photos, autographs, and creating magical memories with her fans.

It stood from 1996-2011 and was removed during the construction of the new Storybook Circus area of the park.

Minnie's House - Extinct Disney World

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