|Closing date||April 1966|
|Cars per vehicle||1|
|Guests per car||2|
The Midget Autopia closed in April 1966 to make way for a walkway to the soon-to-open "it's a small world" and was donated to Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline, Missouri, where it operated for several years in Walt Disney Municipal Park until cost and maintenance issues lead to its closure. The rails of the tracks have since been removed, though the concrete path and load area structure remain and one of the ride vehicles is now displayed in the Walt Disney Childhood Museum. Recently, the museum has started an effort to raise funds to rebuild the Midget Autopia in a new location next to the museum.
At Disneyland, another of the old vehicles has been bronzed and is on display along the Autopia ride path.