Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia: Disneyland’s Splash Mountain

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Did you know? Disneyland Park’s Splash Mountain attraction, added to the former Bear Country in 1989, made use of nearly all the audio-animatronic critters from the soon-to-close America Sings, effectively recycling the woodland creatures while creating a long-desired log flume ride. (Taken from MAGICAL MOUSE SCHOOLHOUSE: Learn While You Play at Walt Disney World Resort.)

Disneyland Splash Mountain
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Pooh-sized thanks to Mike of My Dreams of Disney, Heidi of What’s Going on in Heidi’s Head & Jenn of Disney Babies Blog for co-hosting this week! Be sure to stop by & see what trivial tidbits they’ve got for you.


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  • http://www.pursuingthemagic.com/ Beth D.

    My littlest one will finally be tall enough to experience Splash Mountain on our next trip!  She is quite excited.  Now to see if her big brother and big sister will join her!  

  • http://twitter.com/DisneyDaybyDay Sean

    Oh it’s our favorite ride :). Love to hear that they do some recycling, but I would also love to get my hands on things they don’t recycle.   

  • JenniferLissak

    I didn’t know that!! Love the new look!

  • Distherapy

    I REALLY hope to participate one of these weeks- hurricanes and nor’easters be darned! I learn something new every time I visit!!