Guess what? The wait is finally over! If you’ve been itching to scale those towering treetops in Disneyland’s Adventureland, we’ve got some fantastic news for you. The Adventureland Treehouse, inspired by Walt Disney’s classic “Swiss Family Robinson,” is swinging its doors open on Nov. 10, 2023, at Disneyland Resort.
But wait, there’s more! Our pals at Walt Disney Imagineering have spilled some beans about a fresh storyline and a dazzling new artwork piece that’s set to adorn the treehouse. Stay tuned and get ready to embark on a new adventure!
Here is a summary of what was previously shared about the Adventureland Treehouse:
From Tarzan to Swiss Family Robinson
You might remember the Adventureland Treehouse from its Tarzan-themed days, but it’s now getting a whole new look and feel. Say goodbye to Tarzan’s vines and hello to the spirit of Walt Disney’s Swiss Family Robinson! The transformation is sure to bring a delightful new dimension to this iconic attraction.
A Family Adventure Awaits
Opening this fall, the Adventureland Treehouse will whisk you away into the heart of a family’s treetop abode. As you make your way up those rustic wood rope stairways and navigate the sprawling branches of the massive tree, you’ll find yourself in awe of the captivating rooms that beckon you to explore.
A Nod to Disney’s Roots
This revamped treehouse pays homage to the original one that Walt Disney and his Imagineers constructed back in 1962. Just like the beloved classic, you’ll uncover rooms that represent different family members, each brimming with character and charm.
Mother’s Music Den
Step into the mother’s music den, where you can soak in the melodies and rhythms that echo through the treetops. It’s a cozy corner filled with the enchanting notes of the Swiss Family Robinson’s world.
Father’s Art Studio
For all you art lovers out there, you won’t want to miss the father’s art studio. It’s a place where creativity flows freely, and every stroke of the brush tells a story of adventure and imagination.
The Young Sons’ Nature Room
In the young sons’ nature room, you’ll discover a treasure trove of natural wonders collected during the family’s daring escapades. It’s a testament to the beauty of the world around us and the endless curiosity of youth.
Teenage Daughter’s Astronomer’s Loft
Last but not least, ascend to the teenage daughter’s astronomer’s loft, where you can peer through telescopes and stargaze amid the treetops. It’s a celestial sanctuary that invites you to dream big and reach for the stars.
Crafted from Adventure
What makes this treehouse even more special is that most of its items are crafted from found objects and natural resources gathered during the family’s adventures. It’s a nod to the resourcefulness and creativity that the Swiss Family Robinson epitomized in their remarkable story.
Don’t miss out on this exciting addition to the Disneyland experience—it’s bound to be a tree-mendous time!
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