Walt Disney Imagineering Files Permit To Begin Construction of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom

    Walt Disney Imagineering has filed a notice of commencement for “Project CY1899” at an address for Splash Mountain. The permit lists longtime builder Balfour Beatty Construction as the contractor and lists an expiration date of June 30, 2024 for the work. Balfour Beatty is a popular contractor of choice for Walt Disney World, having previously been listed on big projects such as the PLAY! Pavilion and other large-scale projects at Walt Disney World.

    Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will replace Splash Mountain and pick up the story of Tiana and her friends just after the events of the movie. At the D23 Expo, Disney revealed changes to the previously announced storyline and plans when they unveiled the attraction model.

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    Disney has previously said that Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will open in late 2024 at Disney World and Disneyland.

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    2 COMMENTS

    1. Terrible! Brer Rabbit is getting “canceled” for another Disney princess ride. So much for Critter Country.

      I get that there’s this old movie nobody ever even watched that has some content that offends modern politically correct sensibilities. And that could easily be fixed with a reboot, because the ride itself isn’t even remotely offensive.

      Brer Rabbit hasn’t hurt nobody. Of course, we all know the real reason it’s being “rethemed” is because Disney wants to use IP they can tie to merchandising. The current leadership of Disney is more soulless than Eisner was.

    2. “…Disney wants to use IP they can tie to merchandising.”

      Have you… have you ever even heard of Mickey Mouse?

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