Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Ghost Town Name

What is the name of the ghost town on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad? If you have ever visited Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland or Disneyland Park in Paris, then you’ve probably seen this attraction live! If so, do you remember Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Ghost Town’s name? Is it Tumbleweed, Prickly Pear, Cactus County, or Thistle Town? Read on to find out the correct answer inside!

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Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Ghost Town Name
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What is the name of the ghost town on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad?

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is an attraction first introduced in Frontierland at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. The same attraction was later added to Tokyo Disneyland as a part of the Westernland section, as well as in Disneyland Park Paris and Magic Kingdom, where it is also featured as a part of the Frontierland. Among other things, this attraction also features a Ghost Town. The Disney TikTok 100 quiz wants to know if you know the name of the town. Here are the possible answers:

  • Tumbleweed
  • Prickly Pear
  • Cactus County
  • Thistle Town

And the correct answer is Tumbleweed! Here’s the official description of the attraction: According to local folklore, this place was haunted ever since gold was found here in the 1850s. Trains would mysteriously start and speed through tunnels on their own. You’ll get to experience this legend for yourself when you join the Big Thunder Mining Company and hop on a train in a deserted mine shaft. Hold on tight as you enter the doomed cave, where the train accelerates along the shaky track. Watch out for blasting dynamite and tumbling rocks as you twist and turn, plunge into canyons and zip through the spooky ghost town of Tumbleweed. Your thrilling adventure shows that some legends are based on truth. You’re in for a wild ride!

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