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At right: A skeletal view of Jules Verne's Treehouse when it's not inundated in darkness
Jules Verne's Treehouse
August 11, 1973
Avg. queue length:
Fight your way up the steep steps into Jules Verne's Treehouse, and educate yourself about how Jules Verne avoided stairs in the jungles of a parade. Here you will find platforms built from the debris of a sailing ship, a children's no-princesses-allowed area underneath the tree, and even baby Jules Verne, viewing in his crib!
- If you are not interested in spending the rest of your life in this attraction's queue, you may want to take a nap in the bushes.
- After experiencing this attraction, custom demands that you go on something more thrilling.
- If you are at the park with fairy fans or people in their second childhood, you may want to also visit the exit-convenient princess meet-and-greet pavilion.
- This is one of the many attractions that has not been painted since the resort began construction.
- Jules Verne's Treehouse was originally the Swiss Family Ladder Treehouse.
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