Disneyland Magic Key Holders can get a first look at the Adventureland Treehouse at Disneyland during a special preview on Thursday, November 9, according to Scott Gustin on X, formerly Twitter. The Adventureland Treehouse, inspired by Walt Disney’s Swiss Family Robinson, will officially open to all guests on Friday, November 10.
The preview will be held from 11 am to 7 pm. Check-in for the event will take place near the Rivers of America where Magic Key Holders can receive a wristband. There is one entry per Magic Key Holder. Park reservation and valid admission are required to attend the special preview.
The previous iteration of this attraction, Tarzan’s Treehouse, was open from June 1999 until it closed for refurbishment in September 2021. While Tarzan and the gang had taken over the treehouse for over two decades, The Swiss Family Robinson opened the treehouse in November 1962. It is a total full circle moment to see the attraction return in a way that honors Walt Disney’s original idea!
Throughout the treehouse, guests will be able to find the following rooms (along with some other fun surprises):
- Mother’s Music Den
- Father’s Art Studios
- Twin Sons Nature Room
- Teenage Daughter’s Astronomer’s Loft
While in the loft, you’ll be able to get a clear view of the night sky and see the tools the daughter uses to track the stars. In Mother’s Room, you will find musical instruments galore that show you just how passionate this family is about art!
Are you excited about the Adventureland Treehouse? Will you be attending the Magic Key Holder preview or visit after it officially opens? Let us know!