Facade of Tiana's Bayou Adventure under construction

New Tree Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland

Toni Ferrigno

Construction Progress at Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Dinseyland Park is well underway, as the attraction is due to open before the end of the year.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure in Disneyland under construction

The scaffolding platform that was at the right of the building seen in the above image when we last observed the construction progress has been deconstructed.

Newly-added tree in Tiana's Bayou Adventure in Disneyland under construction

With the scaffolding gone, a completed large, faux tree is in full view.

Tiana's Foods water tower covered in scaffolding

Crew members could be seen working on the base of the barrel that makes up the Tiana’s Foods water tower.

The future drop area of Tiana's Bayou Adventure covered in scaffolding

The attraction’s drop has seen some changes, with the tarp that was covered the top of the opening discarded, and scaffolding that went across the this area largely removed.

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Crew members were working on the rock work just to the left of the drop, which was partially covered in tarp on our last visit.

Temporary construction walls around hungry bear restaurant at disneyland with promotional posters for tiana's foods and mardi gras season.

With the closure of Critter Country to make way for new Tiana’s Bayou Adventure-themed shops, the construction walls have shifted. They are now moved further up against Hungry Bear Restaurant.

Entrance to the hungry bear restaurant, currently obscured by a fence with tiana's foods coming soon signs, next to wooded park area.

The shift allows for the quick-service dining location to remain open during the construction.

Wooden cabin and boardwalk with a sign advertising mardi gras band bookings and a salt company logo on a dumpster.

Themed signage is placed on the construction walls here, as has been seen throughout the area.

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