Disneyland has released a first look of its new reimagined Adventure Treehouse, inspired by Walt Disney’s Swiss Family Robinson.
The new attraction opens Nov. 10 in Disneyland Park and pays tribute to the original treehouse Walt Disney and his team built in 1962. Previously, the treehouse was themed after the 1999 animated film Tarzan.
In the new iteration, there’s a water wheel “powered by the magical waters,” a homey dining area for the Robinson family of 5, a wood-carving station, an astronomy loft, a nature room and the father’s art studio.
“The video explores the mother’s music den, sons’ nature room and daughter’s astronomer’s loft among the tree’s massive boughs,” said Disney officials in a statement. “It also offers a glimpse at the ground-level kitchen and dining room, plus the father’s art studio.”
There are no height requirements for the attraction.
Disney’s original Swiss Family Robinson movie was released in 1960 and told the story of a family shipwrecked on a deserted island. It starred John Mills, James MacArthur, and Dorothy McGuire.