An old wooden water tower stands amidst lush greenery and flowers on a hillside, capturing the charm of Tiana's Bayou Adventure, on a clear, sunny day.

More Foliage & Roofing Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland

Phil Wood

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is officially open at Magic Kingdom. However, the attraction is still under construction at Disneyland. In our last update, we discussed more shingles and moss being added to the attraction. This week, we noticed the addition of more foliage and the removal of some scaffolding.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction

Construction workers in safety gear diligently work on a scaffolding setup in front of an artificial rocky hill with an open entrance, covered in greenery, under a clear blue sky. This scene forms part of the ongoing Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction updates.

Construction crews were working on the track and landscaping near the top of the salt dome. Since our last update, more foliage has been installed alongside the final drop of the ride.

Workers wearing safety gear perform maintenance on a hilly, rock-like structure covered with foliage, partially obscured by a brown fence. In this latest construction update for Tiana's Bayou Adventure, trees and a clear blue sky provide a scenic backdrop.

Workers were seen installing even more greenery on the landscape that towers above the bottom of the final drop.

A construction worker wearing an orange vest stands on a scaffold amidst greenery and rock formations at Tiana's Bayou Adventure, with a barrier in the foreground. The clear blue sky is visible in the background, highlighting ongoing construction updates.

Work continues to progress on the mill roof. Since our last update, shingles have been added to the backside of the mill, leaving the area almost entirely complete.

An enclosure with green plants and vines growing on a rocky structure, likely designed for an animal habitat in a zoo. Pathways for water or movement are visible below, reminiscent of Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

We were able to get a clear look at the splash-down area where most of the scaffolding has been removed. Cords and cables run alongside the track toward another area that is still under construction. Some foliage has been installed in this area, but near the track, everything is still concrete and lacking any new details.

A lush garden scene featuring various green plants and trees surrounding a dry water feature, with a green barrier hinting at Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction updates, and part of a building visible in the background.

Further along the track in this section, scaffolding is still up. A green mesh screen prevented us from seeing how construction in the area was progressing.

An old wooden water tower stands amidst lush greenery and flowers on a hillside, capturing the charm of Tiana's Bayou Adventure, on a clear, sunny day.

In the past two weeks, a significant amount of scaffolding has been removed from near the Tiana’s Foods water tower. Guests now have a mostly unobstructed view of the progress made in this area.

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Tan tarps still stick out over the top of the “Come Join the Party” construction wall.

Check out everything you need to know about Tiana’s Bayou Adventure before the attraction opens later this year.

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