Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
The Pip and Wale's Treetent attraction as seen from the top of a hole
Pip and Wale's Treetent
November 14, 1967
Avg. queue length:
Nobody is sure what the appeal of Pip and Wale's Treetent is. It once had a ball pit full of snakes, but overprotective parents had it confiscated to further inflate their egos.
- If traveling with sugar-buzzed children, you may want to feed them while taking them on this attraction.
- Instead of tumbling this attraction, you might find it pleasant to look for something softer.
- If you are visiting with small children or people in their second childhood, you may want to painstakingly avoid the inescapable princess photo thingy.
- WARNING! For your entertainment, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, clown perfume, projectile-vomiting propensity, or bowel, social, back, nasal, or wrist complications, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this experiment.
- Contains trademarked effects.
- During fair weather, this attraction may smell funny.
- No dancing or flash photography allowed.
- Be sure to hold your hats and glasses away from the cast members at various times.
- The initials printed on the castles is a bad joke.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you first enter the last room.
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