Photo of Toy Story Funhouse
Yesterland

Toy Story
Funhouse

and Hamm’s
All-Doll Revue

Photo of Hamm’s All-Doll Revue
Hamm’s All-Doll Revue
performances daily at
11:00 a.m.; 12:15, 1:30,
3:15, 4:15, 5:15 p.m.

Woody, you’re on the PeopleMover track!

Step into the Toy Story Funhouse. It’s right next door to Captain EO. Have fun!

  • Play with giant Lite-Brite and Spirograph walls.
  • At Woody’s Roundup, let Woody teach you the Two-Step.
  • Take a picture with Buzz Lightyear and Woody.
  • In the Green Army Men room, experience an obstacle course of fake lakes, bushes, and bridges—while wearing foot pads similar to the plastic bases on the Green Army Men in the movie.
  • Play Disney’s new Toy Story video game.
  • And don’t forget to visit the Toy Story gift shop.
Photo of Hamm's Theater    Photo of Bo Peep and a Green Army Man
This is where you’ll see...    ...Hamm’s All-Doll Revue

After you exit the Toy Story Funhouse, be sure to catch a scheduled performance of the humorous Hamm’s All-Doll Revue. It’s standing room only at Hamm’s Theater, an outdoor stage in front of Mission to Mars. That's because there aren’t any seats.

You’ll see many of your Toy Story favorites singing and dancing, including Hamm, Mr. Potato Head, Bo Peep, Slinkly Dog, and the Green Army Men. You’ll admire how well the Green Army Men dance while wearing those large foot pads.


The Toy Story Funhouse and Hamm’s All-Doll Revue opened in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland in early 1996. Both were gone before the beginning of the busy 1996 Summer season. There was never any intention of a longer run; the Funhouse and the Revue were temporary attractions.

Prior to it appearance at Disneyland, the Toy Story Funhouse was part of “Totally Toy Story” at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood. From November 22, 1995, through January 1, 1996, moviegoers could enjoy a first-run showing of Toy Story in the magnificent movie palace, followed by a visit to the Toy Story Funhouse in a space immediately adjacent to the theater. The price was $20 for adults, $15 for children 11 and under, $15 for seniors over 60, and $30 for VIP seats.


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Updated September 21, 2006.

Photograph of Toy Story Funhouse entrance: 1996 by Dennis Caswell
Photograph of Hamm’s All-Doll Revue: 1996 by Mike Kelley
Photograph of Hamm’s Revue Stage: 1996 by Mike Kelley
Photograph of Hamm’s Revue Bo Peep and Green Army Man: 1996 by Mike Kelley