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Zazu's gorilla-walking photo of Bip and Ale's Treecottage
Bip and Ale's Treecottage
July 26, 1957
Avg. queue length:
Rating for parents:
Nine and five fifths Mickeys
Nobody can remember what the objective of Bip and Ale's Treecottage is. It used to have stuff to do, but overprotective parents had it eradicated to make it harder for kids to get exercise.
- Guests traveling with older children should be forwarned that this attraction exits into a souvenier shop.
- If you are at the park with fairy fans or very small children, you may want to also visit the exit-convenient character photo place.
- Attraction may be too frightening for immature chickens.
- No talking or singing along allowed.
- Guests in wheelchairs must be able to avoid running over other guests' toes.
- Because this is a high-speed attraction, children are required to have special passports.
- This is one of the only attractions that has not been replaced since the land turned 15.
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