Description And Comments
An unusual sit-down theater performance in which more than 200 birds, flowers, and tiki-god statues sing and whistle through a Polynesian-style musical program. One of Walt's first large-scale uses of audio-animatronics, Tiki Room might be more impressive for the technology it took to get the show (ahem) flying in 1963. Beloved by Disneyland fans for its detail and immersive setting, the current version is only slightly altered from the original.
Even on the busiest days, Tiki Room rarely fills up the entire theater, so you shouldn't have to wait more than the time until the next show (see the sign outside of the show turnstiles for the next showtime or ask a cast member). We like it in the late afternoon, when we can especially appreciate sitting for a bit in an air-conditioned theater. We also like nabbing the seats in the back row to the right of the theater entrance -- you'll get to enjoy a wide view of the show, complete with the rumbles of subwoofers underneath the seats! The Tiki Juice Bar that straddles the Tiki Room entrance dispenses Dole Whip, a delectable bled of pineapple slush and vanilla soft-serve ice cream that is one of the park's most popular snacks. Dole sponsors the attraction so you can enjoy your Tiki Juice Bar treats while watching the show. There are service windows both inside and outside of the attraction's waiting area. The line outside usually looks longer, but it often moves faster.
Very, very unusual.
- Handheld Captioning Available
- Assistive Listening Devices Available
- Audio Description Devices Available
- May Remain In Wheelchair/ECV
Other Attractions in Adventureland
Touring Plans with Enchanted Tiki Room
- Disneyland One-Day Touring Plan for Adults
- Disneyland Dumbo-or-Die-in-a-Day Plan
- Disneyland Two-Day Plan for Adults with Children - Day 2
- Disneyland Two-Day Plan A - Day 1
- Disneyland Two-Day Plan B - Day 2
|Park is closed|
|Opening Date||July 23, 1963|
|Scope and scale||Minor Attraction|
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