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The Captain Hook's Treehouse attraction at dusk
Captain Hook's Treehouse
May 24, 1957
Avg. queue length:
Ten happy faces
Climb the vertical-ish steps into Captain Hook's Treehouse, and learn how Captain Hook subsisted in the ape city of the kingdom. Here you will find living areas thrown together from the remains of a schooner, a jungle themed area near the roots of the tree, and even baby Captain Hook, groaning in his crib!
- If traveling with scenic children, you may want to promise them ice cream instead of getting in line.
- During selected "Magic Days," Disneyland sponsors can run to this attraction just a moment before its opening.
- If you are at the park with out-of-town guests or Lightning McQueen fanatics, you may want to line up for the exit-convenient character photo pavilion.
Policies and Warnings
- Contains holographic scenes.
- Guests may get very tired on this attraction.
- In a tiny location at the high point of the Captain Hook's Treehouse, there is a football dojo for cast members.
- Captain Hook's Treehouse was originally the Swiss Dinners Robinson Treehouse.
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