Construction at Adventureland continues to cause congestion and rerouting. We presume this is due to the retheming of Tarzan’s Treehouse into the Adventureland Treehouse, and the multi-month closure of Indiana Jones Adventure.
Construction walls have been placed from the Pirates of the Caribbean entrance to Tropical Imports in Adventureland. This is causing guests to be rerouted through Frontierland to gain entry to Bengal BBQ and the Jungle Cruise queue.
Cast Members help to direct traffic in the Pirates of the Caribbean queue, that is now utilizing the bridge above the attraction.
The construction is causing severe congestion in this area of the park.
Numerous directional signs have been placed to help guests find their way around the construction zone.
Cast Members at the entrance to Adventureland are telling guests that it’s dead-end walkway. It is only passable for Jungle Cruise and Bengal BBQ.
Guests must use Frontierland to enter New Orleans Square.
The Jungle Cruise entrance has been pushed over to beneath Tropical Imports.
The Bengal BBQ queue is now inside the former Indiana Jones shop. The side exit of River Belle Terrace is still there for emergencies but not to be used otherwise.
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