Crews Installing New Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Entrance Signs at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

Theme park setting with a rustic bench, lanterns, and a wooden barrel near a trash can with a recycling symbol, overlooked by a red-roofed building and elevated wooden walkway in Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

Crews Installing New Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Entrance Signs at Magic Kingdom

Crews are preparing to install entrance signage for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom, and a new sign has been installed in a flowerbed nearby.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Entrance

Theme park setting with a rustic bench, lanterns, and a wooden barrel near a trash can with a recycling symbol, overlooked by a red-roofed building and elevated wooden walkway in Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

The new sign has a light on an arm above it. It’s covered in scrim, so we don’t know exactly what it’s for. It sits in the same flowerbed as the new Frontierland prop crates, in front of Critter Co-Op.

A wheelchair-accessible ramp leading to a wooden building with a rustic exterior, featuring elements of a New Orleans-inspired attraction, surrounded by greenery and illuminated by street lamps.

Recently, we’ve also seen progress on this section of the Walt Disney World Railroad station, which will likely house entrance signage for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure. This spot was covered by a tarp for months. The tarp is now gone and there is scaffolding in front of it.

Wooden building under construction with signs reading "Tiana's Bayou Adventure coming soon" and directional arrows for restrooms and exits.

There are two square holes in a rectangle of wood. Electrical equipment is visible through the holes.

When we revisited Tiana’s Bayou Adventure a few days after taking the above photo, the wood appeared to have been painted.

Frontierland building under renovation with construction barricades featuring promotional posters for Disney's Tiana's Bayou Adventure theme park attraction.

It’s now a shade of brown that better matches the train station. It may ultimately receive more paint and likely more decorative elements.

In our last construction update, crew members had sketched out this approximate design.

A wooden building with "Tiana's Bayou Adventure" sign under a clear blue sky, with covered stalls in the foreground displaying various posters.

Construction walls block this area but guests can walk under the train station through a tunnel on the right. Restrooms are available behind the station.

Top-down view of a construction site for Tiana's Bayou Adventure, with exposed beams, scaffolding, and wooden stairs, partially shaded under sunlight.

From the train platform, we looked down at the signage structure. Inside the wood framework are steel supports.

Two construction workers in high visibility jackets and hard hats installing wooden beams on a scaffold for Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

When we returned, two crew members were working on the structure, securing a long piece of wood behind the front section.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Landscaping

An outdoor theme park cave entrance, themed as Tiana's Bayou Adventure, surrounded by rocky landscapes and lush green plants, with a pathway leading inside.

New shrubs have been planted in rows alongside the cliffs of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure near the station.

Lush garden with green shrubs in the foreground, a rustic wooden structure to the right inspired by Tiana's Bayou Adventure, and a large rock formation in the background under a blue sky.

This space was previously just dirt and mulch. The shrubs will likely grow to fill the area more.

A sculpture of a howling wolf embedded in a rock under a wooden structure, surrounded by green plants at Disneyland's Tiana's Bayou Adventure theme park attraction.

Holes in this rockwork have been patched and smoothed over. The rockwork still needs to be repainted.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Queue

A worker in an orange safety vest tends to plants in a circular garden bed surrounded by a decorative metal fence, beneath a wooden structure at Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

A crew member was working underneath the train station, near the newly revealed lily flower pavement. Paneling was missing from a wooden column. The crew member appeared to be working on the ceiling. Wiring for queue lighting may run through the column and ceiling.

Wooden bridge with railings behind construction barriers, surrounded by trees and a sign reading "Tiana's Bayou Adventure coming soon!" on the left.

On the other side of the train station, more paneling was missing. Wires or cords were visible running out of a steel frame out of sight.

Three construction workers in reflective vests and hard hats are inspecting a site at Tiana's Bayou Adventure, with one worker entering the building.

Right next to the train platform, several crew members were on this second-story landing during our first visit this week. The landing has a pair of double doors leading inside. Painter’s tape surrounds the window panes of the door and the doorway itself.

A rustic wooden building with a blue-framed open door, visible through a gray picket fence. Above the door hangs a lantern, illuminating Tiana's Bayou Adventure-themed interior shelves and items.

A few days later, the painter’s tape was still there but crew members were not. We could see inside the building, where scaffolding fills the space.

Rusted balcony with a neglected blue-framed window; a dimly visible sign reading "Tiana's foods" hangs inside a shadowy room.

We also saw a Tiana’s Foods sign on what looked like a large crate.

A worker in a high-visibility vest performing maintenance at a wooden train station platform with rustic buildings in the background, reminiscent of Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

A crew member on a ladder was working on the side of this building. Crews had removed the lanterns and some planks of wood from the wall.

A worker in a high-visibility vest and helmet measures a wooden building with a tape measure while standing on a ladder beside the train tracks of Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

The crew member appeared to be fixing up the wiring for the lanterns.

Construction work at a Disney attraction, showing workers on scaffolding near a building labeled "main entrance" surrounded by trees and equipment.

Meanwhile, two crew members were preparing to do some work in a scissor lift in front of the barn.

Workers on a scissor lift performing maintenance in Tiana's Bayou Adventure area with crates and lamps around.

We noticed a piece of plywood on a circular section of the pavement below the scissor lift. Behind the vehicle, one of the doors to the barn is white while the other is brown.

A colorful graffiti art on the wall of a yellow building overlooking Tiana's Bayou Adventure, with trees and tables at an outdoor venue.

The scissor lift raised the crew members to the window, apparently to do more painting.

Two workers in safety vests and helmets operating on a scissor lift in front of Tiana's Bayou Adventure at the theme park.

The window has a pair of green shutters while the frame is a natural brown.

Colorful wall mural and wooden building facade with rustic green shutters and a sign labeled "Tiana's Bayou Adventure entrance.

A few days later, the window didn’t look very different, but blue painter’s tape was visible on the inside of the window panes.

Wooden stairs lead down to a vibrant Disney attraction featuring colorful mural, umbrella-covered tables, and bicycles parked nearby.

A blue lamppost has been installed in this flowerbed between the barn and the staircase. The railing at the front of the flowerbed has yet to be painted a matching blue. Other railings in the dirt bed are awaiting installation.

A worker in a hi-vis vest cleans near the entrance signs of Tiana's Bayou Adventure, behind a brown wooden fence with a colorful graffiti wall in the background.

A few days later, the flowerbed had a new tree behind the lamppost.

People walking towards a lush, green artificial mountain with a treehouse and slides in Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disney on a sunny day.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is scheduled to open this summer but a date has not been announced. It will open at Disneyland “later” in the year.

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