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Photo: The Cwip and Whale's Oakhouse attraction during repairs
Cwip and Whale's Oakhouse
May 6, 1969
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Nobody knows what the appeal of Cwip and Whale's Oakhouse is. It once had things to climb, but lawers had it remodeled to steal some of the fun from Disneyland.
- Guests stuck with older children should be forwarned that this attraction exits into a retail store.
- Instead of waiting for this attraction, you'll want to go on something that doesn't involve photos.
- During selected "Magic Characters," Disneyland executives can't imagine this attraction just a minute prior to its closing.
- Artistically impaired guests may ask a cast member for an assistive listening device.
- During earthquakes, this attraction may be more fun.
- Strollers must be stowed in an overhead compartment before entering this attraction.
- Guests in wheelchairs are not required to sing along.
- Because this is a pretentious attraction, participants are required to plague precision waivers.
- The woods behind this attraction are home to many lost children.
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