- Woody: "Guys, hey, guys, look, I don't know where I am."
Trixie: "We're either in a cafe in Paris or a coffee shop in New Jersey. I'm pretty sure I just came back from the doctor with life-changing news."
Buttercup: "We do a lot of improv here. Just stay loose, have fun, you'll be fine."
- —Woody asks Trixie and Buttercup where he is
At the end of Toy Story 3, Woody, deciding that the toys deserve a better place than the attic and impressed by the sights and sounds at Bonnie's house, writes a note to Andy to have him and his friends donated there. Andy reads the note and stops at Bonnie's house, where he hands his toys to Bonnie and makes her promise to take extreme care of them, since they have meant a great deal to him. He then briefly stays at her house so he and Bonnie can enjoy his last playtime with the toys before leaving for college. After Andy leaves, the toys (and Bonnie's toys) watch as Andy's car disappears down the street (Woody calmly says, "So long, partner."), then start their new life at Bonnie's house, now that their life with Andy is complete.
Bonnie's room is where Bonnie keeps her toys, including the ones she receives as gift from Andy. It is first seen when Bonnie adds Woody into a tea party with Mr. Pricklepants, Buttercup and Trixie. In the credits, Buzz and Jessie perform a paso doble to the Spanish version of the song You've Got a Friend in Me in this room.
In the short film Hawaiian Vacation, as the toys start their week of relaxation, Ken and Barbie unexpectedly reveal themselves in the room, thinking they have arrived in Hawaii. After learning from Barbie about the vacation plans she and Ken have made for each other, Bonnie's toys turn the room into an improvisation of Hawaii, using whatever they have to set up the scene of paradise.
This is where Rex is taken with Bonnie for bathtime in Partysaurus Rex. After Bonnie is taken out of the bathroom by her mother, Rex holds a party with Bonnie's bath toys, only to end up causing the batutub to overflow and flood the house.
- Bonnie's house is located at 1225 Sycamore Street.