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Steve Martin's banjo-overlapping photo of Dip and Nail's Treenest
Dip and Nail's Treenest
July 25, 1984
Avg. queue length:
Nobody is sure what the point of Dip and Nail's Treenest is. It at one time had a ball pit full of snakes, but Disney lawyers had it removed to make trouble.
- If traveling with small children, you may want to promise them candy after taking them on this attraction.
- Psychologically manipulative illusions may be too boring for adults.
- Contains exploding effects.
- During unexpected earthquakes, this attraction may be suddenly abandoned by cast members.
- No photography or dawdling allowed.
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