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Disney has revealed plans for the Treehouse in Adventureland, located at Disneyland Resort. The iconic attraction is set to return in 2023 with a fresh twist – while paying tribute to the original Swiss Family Robinson theme, as well as Walt Disney and the Imagineers who built it.
The treehouse, which opened on November 18, 1962, was originally inspired by the 1960 film – Swiss Family Robinson. When it opened, the attraction was called the Swiss Family Treehouse.
In 1999, Imagineers re-themed it to coincide with the Tarzan film as Tarzan’s Treehouse. The attraction has been closed since September 3, 2021.
For the fresh version of the attraction, guests will be able to enter through a giant waterwheel and take the wood rope stairways up to the boughs to explore the new story of the treehouse.
Once there, guests can walk through different themed rooms, including a mother’s music den, the teenage daughter’s astronomer’s loft, and the young sons’ nature room.
The Imagineers will also transform the bottom floor into the father’s art studio, a dining room and kitchen, with hand-drawn sketches displayed throughout.
The new, fresh version of the attraction will be called the Adventureland Treehouse and is set to debut sometime in 2023, according to Disney.
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