Refurbishments are currently underway for the Disneyland Treehouse. See new concept art and learn what’s coming when it returns in 2023.
A classic attraction is getting a new, fresh upgrade in 2023. Previously Tarzan’s Treehouse, this fan favorite in Adventureland will pay tribute to the original treehouse that Walt Disney and his Imagineers built in 1962 for the movie, “Swiss Family Robinson.”
The Adventureland Treehouse inspired by Walt Disney’s film, Swiss Family Robinson will be returning to Disneyland Park in 2023. Learn about what’s new at the Adventureland Treehouse.
Where is the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse?
Located in Disneyland Park, the treehouse stands between two classic Walt Disney attractions. Pirates of the Caribbean and the Jungle Cruise flank the Treehouse on each side and have helped this become a classic Adventureland attraction.
What’s New at the Disneyland Treehouse?
Showcasing new environments, guests will get to explore these new areas that are created amongst the branches of a giant tree on the shores of the Jungle River.
Like before, guests will enter by the giant waterwheel and that’s when the fun begins! They will then be able to follow the wood rope staircase which leads up into the boughs.
What will you find when you head up? You’ll be immersed in a brand new story and you’ll get to discover rooms that the family in the story created for each other.
Imagine creating rooms for your family members. What makes this even cooler is that the rooms are fashioned with found items, natural resources, and ingenuity.
You’ll get to learn about this family and their interests. The mother is interested in music and you’ll be able to explore her music den. Meanwhile, the son loves nature and has a nature room ready for discovery. Plus, you’ll be able to uncover the teenage daughter’s interest in astronomy in her loft.
If heights aren’t for you, don’t worry! There is more to explore on the bottom level of the treehouse. Of course, we cannot forget about a staple area for every family’s home, the kitchen and dining room. The bottom level also features a room dedicated to the dad’s interest, an art studio, which showcases hand-drawn sketches and paintings of each room.
How did this come together? Walt Disney Imagineers have been working feverishly to bring a Disneyland classic back with a new twist. Like every Disney project, lots of magic, enchantment, wonder, and maybe some “faith, trust, and pixie dust” were added to make this idea come to life.
As of November 11, 2022, there is no opening date for this attraction, but it is scheduled to open sometime in 2023. Stay tuned to learn more about what’s coming to the new Adventureland Treehouse.