Gadget’s Go Coaster

January 1993 – present

LOCATION

Mickey’s Toontown – After crossing under the bridge and into Toontown, follow the main path to the left. You’ll find Gadget’s Go Coaster at the end of the main walkway, just after Donald’s Boat.

BACKGROUND

When Mickey’s Toontown debuted in 1993, Gadget’s Go Coaster was the land’s only operating ride. In keeping with Toontown’s focus on small children, the Go Coaster was designed as a miniature thrill ride without scary inversions or dramatic drops. Gadget’s Go Coaster opened with Mickey’s Toontown in January 1993, and has drawn large crowds of guests big and small ever since.

EXPERIENCE

Details:

  • Single Rider Line – no
  • Fast Pass – no
  • Height Requirement – 35″ (89 cm)
  • Duration – 0:45

Based on Gadget Hackwrench from Chip N’ Dale Rescue Rangers, not Inspector Gadget, the ride offers guests a tour of Miss Gadget’s home on Toon Lake. To start, guests board in front of Gadget’s home, and she invites her new friends to join her on a trip around Toon Lake. During their trip, guests race around oversized spools, combs, soup cans, and other random items, before meeting frogs that shoot spurts of water at riders. Finally, guests return to Gadget’s home and continue on their travels through Toontown.

MY RATING: ★★★☆☆

Gadget’s Go Coaster is the tamest coaster in the park. This is a great stop for little ones that don’t meet height requirements for other rides, or for guests that aren’t sure if they can handle the bigger coasters. While it’s a fun ride, the Go Coaster can have very long wait times (and has no fast pass). Given the short duration of the ride, I don’t think the Go Coaster is worth a long wait, but if the lines aren’t too bad, definitely go for it.

VISITING TIPS

Since the Go Coaster does not have fast pass, you may have to bite the bullet and wait in longer lines. Try to visit Toontown in the late afternoon, and you’ll have the best chance of shorter lines and less waiting.

TRIVIA

Gadget’s Go Coaster is Disneyland’s only junior coaster, designed primarily for small children.

Tress MacNeille, the voice of Daisy Duck, provides the voice for Gadget Hackwrench.

1 comment on Gadget’s Go Coaster

  1. Samantha L
    April 20, 2016 at 6:35 pm (2 years ago)

    Love this coaster!

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