Scenes from the Adventureland Treehouse
Yesterday, I said that the holiday posts would continue through January 7th, but I'm taking a brief hiatus to publish these photos that I've been sitting on for a month because they're not holiday-themed. After three years shut down and over two years of refurbishments, the Tarzan Treehouse reopened last month as the newly-christened Adventureland Treehouse. Paying homage to the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse, this new attraction doesn't follow any particular intellectual property but does tell the story of a family that has had to become self-sufficient and has developed a lovely jungle paradise dwelling. Complete with a nice sitting area, a music room, an observatory, and even a menagerie. It's a lovely transformation and a great reimaging of this longtime attraction. Welcome back, treehouse in Adventureland!
|Welcome to the Adventureland Treehouse!
|The attraction is new. Except not.
|As the old stair entrance that bottlenecked the entrance of Adventureland off New Orleans Square has been eliminated, the route is now the reverse of the old Tarzan's Treehouse.
|This is Jane, the pet ostrich of the unnamed family who lives here.
|The family is full of artists.
|They enjoy music too.
|They've collected quite a lot of beautiful furnishings.
|And they've made the best of their treetop living conditions.
|This bay window offers some pretty but distorted views.
|The whole domicile is quite cozy.
|The observatory might be the most spectacular part of this whole treehouse.
|Look closely, and one may spot some tie-in's to the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
|S.E.A. was a mythology originated from Tokyo DisneySea, but it's spread to other Disney parks around the world.
|See the book?
|The family also has an animal enclosure full of wildlife.
|They have befriended and are studying the various species.
|Of course, the treehouse offers lofty views.
|There are nice little moments throughout.
|Coming back down the treehouse gives guests a look at this nice waterfall.
|The kitchen and sitting area is on the ground.
|The waterside ambiance is quite charming.
|It sure seems idyllic to live in such a setting!