The Briar Patch sign on Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction wall

Briar Patch Sign Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction Walls at Disneyland

Shannen Ace

After the sign for The Briar Patch was removed last month, a temporary sign has gone up on the construction walls around Tiana’s Bayou Adventure in Disneyland.

The Briar Patch Sign

The Briar Patch Sign on construction wall

The new sign resembles a tan piece of cloth with “The Briar Patch” printed on it in a pink-to-blue gradient.

The Briar Patch Sign on construction wall

It’s located near the gift shop, apparently to indicate it’s open, although doesn’t have an arrow or “open” sign.

Future location of Ray Berets

The former Splash Mountain gift shop will become Ray’s Berets when Tiana’s Bayou Adventure opens.

Ray's Berets concept art

Disney released concept art of Ray’s Berets before the original Briar Patch sign was removed.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction

Side of Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction

Moving on to the attraction construction, the old wooden shingles on the roof of the lift entrance have been removed in preparation for new roofing to be installed. Walls have also been added to the building here, seen in purple. In mid March, these walls were just metal framing.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction

Crew members could be seen on a newly-added scaffolding platform. Just beyond the platform, new greenery has been added to the mountain.

Close up of Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction

The crew members appeared to be working on the new greenery.

Tree being added to Tiana's Bayou Adventure

An additional scaffolding platform has been erected to work on a tree that has been added to the area beside the Tiana’s Foods water tower.

Tiana's Foods water tower construction

The Tiana’s Food water tower is now covered to the top in scaffolding. On our previous visit, the scaffolding reached only to the base of the tower. Additionally, tall trees have been installed to the right of the tower.

Front of Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction

Over at the attraction’s drop, tarp has been added just above the exit opening. Flowers now cover the mountain, in what was previously just a base layer of moss on our last visit. Progress on the Disneyland version of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is several months behind the version at Walt Disney World, as we saw flowers cover the mountain in December of 2023 at Magic Kingdom.

Close up of front of Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction

In the foreground, at the right, another new tree is in the middle of being installed.

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