Tarzan’s Treehouse at Disneyland Closed After Swinging Bridge Breaks
According to a piece in the O.C. Register, Tarzan’s Treehouse was closed indefinitely yesterday evening. Disneyland made the decision to close the popular Adventureland attraction yesterday afternoon when a wooden slat broke on one of the rope bridges. The bridge was located three stories above the ground posing an obvious risk to guests and cast members. Reports suggest that no one was injured at the time.
Blog MiceChat broke the story yesterday with reports rolling in from visitors who were there during yesterdays (November 10th) incident. According to guests, the slat on the bridge broke when a father was jumping on the bridge to show his children how safe it was. Once the break was reported the attraction was immediately evacuated.
The attraction, which opened back in 1999 is 80-foot tall and features rooms fashioned from salvaged parts of s shipwreck reminiscent of Tarzan’s treetop home. The tree is completely man-made and features steal branchers, concrete roots and over 300,000 leaves. The attraction was originally the Swiss Family Treehouse but was re-branded after the animated film Tarzan came out.
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