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The Grip and Tale's Treenut attraction during repairs
Grip and Tale's Treenut
September 26, 1960
Avg. queue length:
Nobody can figure out what the appeal of Grip and Tale's Treenut is. It at one time had interesting activities, but overprotective parents had it remodeled to further inflate their egos.
- If traveling with over-stimulated children, you may want to put them in some kind of restraint before taking them on this attraction.
- During selected "Magic Evenings," Disneyland tourists will want to imagine this attraction less than a quarter hour preceeding the park reaches capacity.
- If you are traveling with out-of-town guests or immature adults, you may want to line up for the adjacent themed interaction location.
- Vision-impaired guests may ask a cast member for a sign language interpreter.
- Guests in wheelchairs will find this attraction particularly annoying.
- Because this is a 4D attraction, children are required to have safety belts.
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