If you consider yourself a Disney World fan, then you’ll want to plan a visit to McDonald’s later this Fall!
Below is an image showing the full Happy Meal toy collection. It’s a set of 10 toys and each is for a Disney World attraction. While not at every McDonald’s these new Happy Meals toys are showing up all over the country now.
The toy lineup features Mickey, Minnie, and their beloved friends on iconic rides from the Walt Disney World parks. Each toy has a unique function that allows it to move forward, up and down, or in a circular motion. They also feature hidden Mickey details! Best of all, the toys also function as rail cars and can be connected to form a 10-car train.
Will you be collecting this Disney World Happy Meal toy set? Here’s a list of the toys:
- Goofy on a train from Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway
- Mickey and Minnie Mouse in the car from Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway
- Mickey Mouse on the Mission Space attraction at EPCOT
- Minnie Mouse sailing aboard the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Magic Kingdom
- Donald Duck spinning in a teacup from Mad Tea Party
- Pluto riding a boat from the Jungle Cruise
- Mickey Mouse at the Hollywood Tower Hotel from the Tower of Terror
- Daisy Duck riding Soarin’ Around the World at EPCOT. It also features Spaceship Earth!
- Goofy and the Yeti at Expedition Everest from Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Minnie Mouse in a Time Rover from DINOSAUR
Chip and Co fan Ashlynn B shared this video with us of the toys in action!
We think this is a fantastic Happy Meal toy collection and can’t wait to get it ourselves!
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