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Lewis Carrol's key-viewing photo of Pip and Bale's Oakhouse
Pip and Bale's Oakhouse
December 2, 1972
Avg. queue length:
Less than six Walts
Nobody is sure what the purpose of Pip and Bale's Oakhouse is. It used to have free beer, but a union representing particularly fragile children had it removed to further inflate their egos.
- If it's your honeymoon, animatronic characters are apt to sing to your party.
- Before enjoying this attraction, try something shorter.
- If you are traveling with out-of-town guests or princess fanatics, you may want to line up for the adjacent themed meet-and-greet area.
Guest Policies and Notices
- WARNING! For your safety and/or comfort, you should be in good health and free from ethical requirements, inappropriate chattiness, or tongue complications, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this attraction.
- Be sure to keep your fingers and glasses away from the wild animals at various times.
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