The Tiki Room made its debut in Adventureland as the “Tropical Serenade” when Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park first opened its doors on October 1, 1971, and was originally sponsored by Florida Citrus Growers. This fun-filled attraction, which originally opened in Disneyland in 1963 as the first Disney attraction to feature a full cast of animatronic figures, is located just across from the Jungle Cruise and takes place in an inviting theater with benches – a good way to beat the heat when the sun is at its brightest. The approximately 10-minute show features a variety of animatronic tropical birds (as well as talking statues and flowers) as they sing several upbeat and humorous songs such as “In the Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Room.” Highlights of the show include an appearance from Uh Oa (the tiki “goddess of disaster”), the hilarious chants of the tiki gods and an amazing grand finale that features the entire cast of birds.

After the Enchanted Tiki Room show, check out the Sunshine Tree Terrace, which is located in Adventureland behind the Enchanted Tiki Room and serves snacks and ice-cold beverages (including the legendary Citrus Swirl). Enchanted Tiki Room souvenirs can be found at the nearby Agrabah Bazaar.

PARK TIP: Neither flash photography nor videotaping is allowed during the Enchanted Tiki Room show in Adventureland. The Enchanted Tiki Room is wheelchair accessible.

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