A construction site with scaffolding surrounds the facade of a building with wooden and shingled sections. Two workers in high-visibility vests are visible near the base, possibly signaling a significant construction update for Disneyland's Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

New Roofing Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Millhouse at Disneyland

Toni Ferrigno

While we’re just weeks away from the grand opening of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom, the Disneyland version of the attraction remains under construction.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction

A construction update showcases an area in front of an artificial mountain with greenery, scaffolding, and building materials for Disneyland's Tiana's Bayou Adventure. Tall trees partially obscure the view.

There is still scaffolding across the front of the ride façade, although much of it has come down as crews wrap up foliage work. The mountain is now more green than brown. Flowers dot the dome of the mountain-turned-salt-mine.

A rocky, hillside-themed structure is under construction at Disneyland, covered in scaffolding and surrounded by trees. Green foliage hangs from the top. A large, dark cave-like opening is visible in the center of what will soon be Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

Most of the scaffolding is over the millhouse, where guests ascend the attraction. Some is in front of the ride’s drop, which is dry right now. We saw a crew member at the top of the drop, kneeling in the opening of the mountain.

Scaffolding surrounds a large artificial rock formation covered in foliage, with an entrance resembling a cave. The scene appears to be under construction or maintenance, likely as part of Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland.

The crew member was safely secured as they worked on or around the track.

Construction workers and scaffolding surround a large, rocky structure resembling a cave entrance, covered in greenery and flowers. This bustling scene marks the latest construction update on Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland.

More crew members were on the scaffolding around gray rockwork. The rocks will be repainted reddish-brown and covered in plants.

Scaffolding surrounds a partially constructed or renovated mountain-themed structure, reminiscent of Disneyland's Tiana's Bayou Adventure, with trees and foliage in the foreground and a cloudy sky in the background. This construction update captures the excitement of progress.

Last we checked on Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, much of the roofing had been removed from the millhouse. Fresh dark shingles now cover most of one side of the roof. The purple sheathing on the front of the mill has been covered with black tarps.

A construction site with scaffolding surrounds the facade of a building with wooden and shingled sections. Two workers in high-visibility vests are visible near the base, possibly signaling a significant construction update for Disneyland's Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

Two crew members were working at the back of the mill, past a barrel. The planks on the side of the building also look fresh.

Scaffolding surrounds a building under construction or renovation at Disneyland. A worker in a neon vest is visible in the lower part of the image, providing insight for Tiana's Bayou Adventure. Green barriers are in the foreground.

In Florida, the rooftop was also decorated with moss.

A construction update reveals an amusement park ride at Disneyland taking shape, with scaffolding surrounding a mountain-like structure adorned with greenery. Visible in the scene are a water tower and a sign reading "Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

There’s moss across a rocky ridge. Pink and white flowers are in vines around the legs of the Tiana’s Foods water tower and track.

Construction workers wearing safety gear are diligently working on a scaffold around a man-made rock structure, with lush greenery surrounding the area. This construction update comes as exciting news for Disneyland fans eagerly awaiting the transformation into Tiana's Bayou Adventure.

We got another look at crew members working around the gray ledge.

A worker in a hard hat stands on scaffolding in front of a large, rocky structure covered with greenery and flowers. Nearby is a sign that reads “TIANA'S,” hinting at the exciting new Tiana's Bayou Adventure coming soon to Disneyland.

Another crew member was working by the track on the side of the mountain.

A fenced-off area with rocks, greenery, and a wooden bench partially visible inside, surrounded by trees and a small wooden deck in the background hints at Tiana's Bayou Adventure in Disneyland.

From the Mark Twain Riverboat, guests can see green scrim on a fence around a loop of the Tiana’s Bayou Adventure flume. Behind the fence, we couldn’t see significant work.

Located at Disneyland, the construction site near the Hungry Bear Restaurant is bustling with activity for Tiana's Bayou Adventure. Surrounded by trees and greenery, a banner proudly displays "Come join the party" as workers and visitors gather in the vicinity for this exciting update.

Most of Critter Country is closed for construction. Walls cut under the Hungry Bear Restaurant archway. Hungry Bear will close for kitchen refurbishments in July.

A construction site featuring a yellow excavator digging dirt, surrounded by trees. In the foreground, a sign reads, "Come join the party!" with musical notes and flower illustrations. Stay tuned for more construction updates on Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland!

A digger sits on a pile of dirt next to the Disneyland Railroad track with more construction vehicles nearby.

Disney has not announced an opening date for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland but the Magic Kingdom version will open on June 28. Previews have begun so construction walls came down, revealing the full façade and queue. Disney also released a full ride POV video of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom. The Disneyland version of the ride will have minor differences but follow the same story.

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