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Adventureland

Adventureland can be a frustrating experience. Cursed with with both narrow walkways and two of the more popular attractions the area can feel overcrowded even on moderately crowded days. In the gap beteween evening fireworks and Fantasmic performances, traffic can come to a standstill.

Even when crowded, though, the area is worth the hassle as it has more concentrated value for your dollar than any other land in the park. Of the four attractions, three are required for any trip to Disneyland to be considered complete. Both food locations are unique and have offerings not found elsewhere in the park. The Jungle Cruise is a classic that has been around since day one, the Enchanted Tiki Room highlights the showmanship that drove Walt Disney's creativity, and Indiana Jones Adventure is the most extreme ride at Disneyland.

Though there isn't much space to work it, the area is themed to look like rural locations in exotic lands of Africa, Polynesia, and Arabia.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: The southwest corner of the park, it is accessible from Main Street's Central Plaza and New Orleans Square.
  • Date Opened: 7/17/1955
  • # of Rides and Attractions: 4
  • # of Entertainment and Shows: 0
  • # of Dining Locations: 2
 
Rides and Attractions - Hide Section
  • Enchanted Tiki Room— Sing along with animatronic birds and flowers in this Polynesian-flavored show.
  • Indiana Jones Adventure— Indiana Jones helps guide you to safety on this wild jeep ride through an archaeological site.
  • Jungle Cruise— Travel the rivers of the world with corny skippers and animatronic creatures.
  • Tarzan's Treehouse— View recreated scenes form the movie Tarzan as you climb through this large tree.

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    In the Past... - Hide Section
    Here you will find a list of selected rides, shows, or restaurants that have been removed fromAdventureland, never to return.



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