Gadget's Go Coaster is a mini-roller coaster at Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland. It is based on the work of the popular character Gadget Hackwrench from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers. Both versions are found in Mickey's Toontown. Disneyland's version opened on January 23, 1993, with Tokyo Disneyland's version opening on April 15, 1996. As of 2016, it is still the only Disney Afternoon-based attraction at either park.
When guests walk up to the front entrance, they see a sign for Gadget's "squirrel-made" coaster out of random items. Above the station is a portrait of Gadget herself on a postage stamp. It is primarily for kids and therefore has very small cars. While two children can easily fit into a single car, most adults would have to travel alone (or with a small child). The guests board an 8-car train fashioned from acorns and scavenged parts.
Once on board, the guests are treated to a safety spiel audio recording by Gadget herself (voiced by Tress MacNeille, reprising her role). They then travel through the coaster made up of oversized salvaged objects (old combs, soup cans, thread spools, etc.), through a hill and over a small lake. Near the end of the ride, cartoon frogs squirt water at the guests. The train then returns to the station, where the guests disembark.