PHOTOS: Limited Edition Br’er Fox, Bear, and Rabbit “Splash Mountain” 30th Anniversary Sequoia Wood Carvings Arrive at Magic Kingdom

Limited edition Splash Mountain sculptures, hand-carved from giant sequoia wood, have arrived at the Magic Kingdom.

There are three sculpture designs available. These are similar to the Haunted Mansion sculptures we saw last year. Cast Members must handle the sculptures with gloves so as not to ruin the wood with oils.

The first features Br’er Fox holding Br’er Rabbit by the ears.

The second features a smiling Br’er Rabbit.

The third features Br’er Bear tying up Br’er Rabbit.

The back of each plaque sculpture has information giant sequoia tree, the carving process, and the attraction.

They come in distressed, vintage-looking boxes, with pictures of all three carvings on the side.

These sculptures were created for the 30th anniversary of the attraction at Disneyland, which was July 17 of last year, and initially released during last year’s D23 Expo. We found them at the Main Street Cinema at the Magic Kingdom. Each sculpture is $600 each and there are no discounts. They are each a limited edition of 500.

Will you be getting one of this unique Splash Mountain sculptures? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Seems contradictory that Disney claims to have been looking at re-theming the ride for over a year but yet they have all sorts of new merchandise that has come out just last year and this year.

  2. Wow. Song of the South is too racist and controversial for Disney to let us see the movie or keep Splash Mountain, but boy they sure don’t mind cashing in on it.

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