Minnie's Melodyland
Music note
Basic information
Treasure: Music note
Population: 123 Toons
Number of buildings: 95
Connects to
Alto AvenueLoopy Lane, Toontown Central
Baritone BoulevardSleet Street, The Brrrgh
Tenor TerraceLullaby Lane, Donald's Dreamland
Cog information
Minimum level: 2
Maximum level: 6
Maximum building stories: 4 floors
Data is by normal gameplay.

Minnie's Melodyland, commonly abbreviated to MML, is the playground located in the northern part of Toontown. It is designed as a musical wonderland. It is the fourth neighborhood Toons progress to in the ToonTask order, coming after Daisy Gardens and before The Brrrgh.

Minnie's Melodyland is generally disliked by many Toons, due to the ToonTasks being tedious and long, as well as the infamous "Whole Cream Pie" task, resulting in the Medium Bag. The task requires Toons to give a Whole Cream Pie, the level 5 Throw gag, to one of Minnie's Melodyland's residents: Cleff. The task is notorious as most Toons who enter Minnie's Melodyland for the first time do not have level 5 Throw, requiring them to grind in order to finish the task.


Minnie's Melodyland is a musical themed neighborhood.

  • The sky is either dawn or dusk, as it has vibrant colors seen during both times of day.
  • The structures seen in the playground are made to resemble musical instruments. The primary point of interest is the piano walkway, the drum platforms, and the trumpet stairs.
  • The pond in the center of the playground is made to resemble piano keys.
  • The headquarters resembles a radio or jukebox with oversized headphones.
  • Minnie Mouse used to roam the playground in Toontown Online, but she was removed to avoid copyright issues.


After ToonTasks in Daisy Gardens are completed, Toons will move onto the tasks in Minnie's Melodyland, making the playground the fourth playground in the ToonTask route. After completing all the tasks in Minnie's Melodyland, the player moves on to The Brrrgh.



Minnie's Melodyland has three streets:

The streets' main purposes are to house buildings and connect neighborhoods, as well as providing a place to battle the Cogs.


  • In "Beta 1" of Toontown Online, Minnie's Melodyland used to have a merry-go-ground, but had been replaced by a fishing pond in "Beta 2". Although it is unknown if Toontown Rewritten will find a use for the merry-go-ground, the item still exists in the phase files.
  • There is a cloud covering an unknown section of Toontown that is located near Minnie's Melodyland on the map. Specifically, it is located just to the left (going by the map and not street layout) of Tenor Terrace. This was added to continue the Toontown Rewritten storyline.

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