La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

La Cabane des Robinson

 

Climb high into this huge tree, where the shipwrecked Family Robinson has built a magnificent new home

Situated on the southern most area of Adventure Isle in the centre of the Adventureland Lagoon, guests can explore "Les Cabane des Robinson" (The Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse).

Inspired by the tree from Johann Wyss's classic novel "The Swiss Family Robinson" and Disney's film interpretation of the same name, the tree house is a recreation of the one in which the family made their home after becoming shipwrecked. An intricate series of walkways and stairs leads into a collection of beautifully detailed rooms each decorated with furniture salvaged from the wreckage or created from items naturally found around the island.

Rooms include the Library, Kitchen and Bedrooms climbing even higher into the branch's lead to a lookout area furnished with telescopes offering great views of Adventureland and beyond.

Once guests have explored the main tree house they can wander into the roots of the tree where a labyrinth in inter-linking tunnels and passageways, the "Ventre de la Terre", form a great area to explore.

The tree itself is truly an amazing engineering feat, which included over 360.000 handmade leaves and over 130.000 blooms. The Disney prop department is responsible for producing the hundreds of items which adorn the room sets.

More remains from the families shipwrecked boat can be found around the tree where the benches are made from old wardrobe doors while the remains of the ship itself are situated just a short distance away for guests to explore.

Tips

From one of the upper rooms of the treehouse you can get a wonderful view of Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril.

Compact

  • Size of the Tree: 30 metres
  • Weight of the Tree: 180 tons
  • Number of Leaves: 360.000
  • Waitingtime: Waitingtime: 1 of 5

Specials

The Disney movie "Swiss Family Robinson", on which the attraction's theme is based, was first released in December 1960 and instantly became a box-office success.

It was completly shot on the island of Tobago in the Caribbean Sea, where it took five months to build all of the sets (including the amazing tree house).

The very first Swiss Family Treehouse in a themepark opened in 1964 at Disneyland Anaheim and became an icon for Adventureland. Today you can find recreations of it in all of the Magic Kingdoms worldwide.

Limits

To explore the tree guests must be capable of climbing several flights of stairs.

DLP.info votings

Child:
1,5 Spacer
Atmosphere:
4,0
Youth:
2,5  
Thrill:
1,0
Adult:
3,5  
Music:
2,5
Senior:
2,5  
Themeing:
4,5

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