Construction Update From ‘Tiana’s Bayou Adventure’ in the Magic Kingdom. Time passes really fast when living down here at Disney World. Things change daily and you learn to go with the flow. Other times that flow gets interrupted, like being blocked out of the parks for the past 18 days. When you finally get back into the Magic Kingdom, change happens even faster than you thought. Such is the case with the exterior of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.
The top of the Southern Dome Salt Company has been topped off, and scaffolding is starting to come down. The whole of the dome is now covered in beautiful flowers. Trees, with moss, are now installed. Furthermore, it truly looks like part of the bayou now.
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Moving over to the old Splash Mountain queue entrance, so many changes have happened. Walls have been shifted while workers tear down the old Laughing Place playground. Moving the walls revealed some of the new queues we will see when the ride opens.
Brass railings, and cobblestone walkways all lead the the restrooms. If you are headed back into Frontierland you can now get a better view of the new Mural artwork that was finished recently.
Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort
In 2024, the all-new Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will open at Disneyland park at Disneyland Resort and Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort.
As we’ve shared here on the Blog, this attraction brings you into Princess Tiana’s world like never before on a musical journey inspired by the Walt Disney Animation Studios film “The Princess and the Frog.”
When the attraction opens, you’ll join Princess Tiana, Naveen and jazz-loving alligator Louis on an adventure as they prepare to host a one-of-a-kind Mardi Gras celebration. Along the way, you’ll see familiar faces, make new friends and travel through the bayou to original music inspired by songs from the film as they are brought into the next chapter of Tiana’s story.
Visit our special Everything Tiana section on the Disney Parks Blog for the latest updates throughout the year.