A large, rocky outdoor structure covered with scaffolding and surrounded by vegetation. The structure has a cave-like opening at the top.

Flowers, Foliage Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland

Shannen Ace

While Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is a month away from opening at Walt Disney World, the Disneyland version still has a few months of construction to go. This week, we noticed more flowers and foliage on the ride’s façade.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction

Workers on scaffolding perform maintenance on a large, nature-themed water ride structure surrounded by greenery, with a wooden water tower labeled "BRER'S" in the foreground.

Several crew members were on or around the ride flume on this side of the mountain. Flower-covered vines now wrap around the themed supports for the track.

Construction workers wearing orange vests and helmets work on a structure with scaffolding, greenery, and a wooden water tower in an outdoor setting.

Vines also wind up the legs of the Tiana’s Foods water tower. New to the area are shrubs with pink flowers around the base of the tower and on the cliffside.

A worker in a hat and safety gear is working near a scaffold-covered rocky structure with plants and flowers in a construction site.

We saw one crew member installing more shrubs of pink flowers near the ride’s drop.

Entrance to an artificial cave surrounded by rocks and foliage. Scaffolding is visible on the sides.

Speaking of the drop, we peeked inside the mountain’s opening, but couldn’t see much. The two lights on the left look like work lights. The wooden fencing around that corner is temporary for crew members.

A large, rock-like structure surrounded by greenery under construction, with scaffolding and construction materials visible in the foreground.

Another crew member was atop a rocky outcropping that’s still gray. It will be repainted the same reddish-brown as the rest of the rockwork and then decorated with fake foliage.

A construction site with scaffolding surrounds a rocky structure. Workers are visible among the scaffolding. A fence with signs is in the foreground. Trees and plants are around the site.

Black tarps hang from the front of the millhouse. In our previous update, we noted that roofing had been removed from the building.

Scaffolding and construction work are seen among trees and plants at an outdoor site under renovation. A lamp and a "Louisiana" sign are visible in the foreground.

Some shingles have been replaced on the left side.

Scaffolding surrounds a partially constructed building with wooden beams, set amidst artificial trees and foliage.

Tarps are taped to the front of the mill. In Florida, the planks in this section were painted green.

Construction scaffolding structure surrounds a dry concrete canal in a lush green garden, with wooden planks bridging over the channel.

Some guests have seen water and ride vehicle testing at the attraction in the afternoons and evenings. We didn’t see any testing during our most recent trip.

A fenced-off area with shrubs, rocks, and trees, alongside a small body of water and outdoor lampposts in the background.

Tarps on temporary fences enclose this section of the flume, visible from the Mark Twain Riverboat.

Several workers in safety vests and helmets stand near a construction site surrounded by trees, with a wooden fence displaying signage for a nearby amusement area in the foreground.

From the Riverboat, we also saw several more crew members right behind construction walls. Three stood on top of a dirt pile, surveying the area.

Construction workers performing maintenance under scaffolding at a theme park, with a colorful sign in the foreground advertising an upcoming event.

A nearby tree is blocked off by scrim. One crew member was in a construction vehicle, possibly a digger.

A partially constructed area with artificial rock formations and greenery, partially obstructed by a construction fence displaying a sign that reads "Come join the party!" in front.

A few yards away, there are spray-paint marks on the cliff wall. These may mark spots that will get theming or that will be demolished.

Construction site in a theme park with scaffolding and a water tower structure surrounded by trees and vegetation. A brown construction fence with themed signs is in the foreground.

Most of Critter Country closed for construction work, including turning part of Pooh Corner into Louis’ Critter Club and The Briar Patch into Ray’s Berets.

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