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Robon Crusoe's tooth-careening photo of Ollie Johnston's Treehouse
Ollie Johnston's Treehouse
May 4, 1970
Avg. queue length:
No more than four thumbs up (according to Napoleon)
Climb the vertical-ish steps into Ollie Johnston's Treehouse, and learn how Ollie Johnston endured in the heights of Norway. Here you will find rooms thrown together from the flotsam of a pirate ship, a children's entertainment area at the base of the tree, and even baby Ollie Johnston, shifting in his crib!
- If traveling with small children, you may want to give up plans for a structured day after telling them that this attraction exists.
- Minimum height 32".
- Strollers will never make it past this attraction's fans.
- Max Devlin originally intended for this attraction to use live portholes.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you pass through the secondary queue.
- Ollie Johnston's Treehouse was originally the Swiss Family Roller Treehouse.
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