Disney made an interesting decision.
Tarzan’s Treehouse has been a staple of the Disneyland Resort since it opened in 1999. The interactive attraction has replaced Walt’s iconic “Swiss Family Treehouse” at his Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Tarzan’s Treehouse has remained closed since September 2021 as cast members underwent extensive renovations and removed some parts of the attraction. EncantoInspired retheme.
on the other hand, Encanto The re-theming never materialized, but Disneyland eventually revealed that Tarzan’s Treehouse would reopen as the “Adventureland Treehouse,” inspired by Walt Disney’s Swiss family Robinsons. .
Disneyland’s official website was recently updated to add Tarzan’s Treehouse hours of operation on Saturday, February 11, 2023, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM (all Disneyland operating days on that day). ).
Interestingly enough, however, these dates and times have been removed from the website.
After posting the opening hours for the Adventureland Treehouse yesterday, all previously mentioned dates and times have been removed from Disneyland’s website, effectively extending the attraction’s re-theming. The following message can be found on the attraction’s official website.
An exciting refresh is about to begin! Tarzan’s Treehouse is undergoing a transformation and he will reopen in 2023 in a fresh new way as Adventureland Treehouse, a whimsical attraction inspired by Walt Disney’s Swiss Robinson family.
Tarzan’s Treehouse is a walk-through attraction that opened for Disney guests in 1999. Tarzan According to the story behind the Disneyland attraction, there’s a tree house room that looks a lot like a room for parts salvaged from a shipwreck. Before the attraction became Tarzan’s Treehouse, it was known as The Swiss Family His Treehouse, which opened to Disney guests in 1962 and featured concrete roots, steel limbs, and 300,000 leaves.
The official Disneyland website describes the attraction as follows:
Your adventure begins as you climb tree stumps and cross sky-high rope bridges. Overgrown with vines and made from parts salvaged from his tragic shipwreck, this tree-his house features clever inventions and vignettes from Tarzan’s epic life story.
Peruse Jane’s sketchbook drawings that tell the story of a young English lord who is left in the jungle, orphaned, and raised by a tribe of gorillas. The tree’s scientific name is Disney Dendron Semper Florence Grandis, or ‘The Big Disney His Tree in Perpetual Bloom’, and a spectacular view awaits from the top.
Explore high life in this airy residence from a bygone era!
Are you excited to see this classic attraction return to Disneyland?