8 attractions are in Adventureland
4 dinning locations are located in Adventureland
5 shopping locations are in Adventureland
3 attractions that were operational in Adventureland on Opening Day in 1971 were the Swiss Family Treehouse, The Jungle Cruise, and the Tropical Serenade.
1971 is when the Swiss Family Treehouse debuted
60 feet tall is the height of the Swiss family Treehouse
90 feet is the diameter of the Swiss Family Treehouse
300,000 leaves are on the Swiss family Treehouse
42 feet into the ground is the structural support of the Swiss Family Treehouse
1,400 branches are extend from the Swiss Family Treehouse
9 main branches are on the Swiss Family Treehouse
200 tons is the weight of Swiss family Treehouse
300,000 lifelike polyethylene "leaves", which reportedly cost about $1.00 each in 1971
116 steps will need to be traversed at the Swiss Family Treehouse.
500,000 flowers and buds on the Swiss Family Tree
300 guests is the capacity of the Swiss Family Treehouse
6/14/2000 is when the construction started to build Magic Carpets of Aladdin
2001 is the year The Magic Carpets of Aladdin took flight
16 “flying” Carpets are on Magic Carpets of Aladdin; each carpet can hold 4 guests.
90 seconds is the total length of Magic Carpets of Aladdin
4 passengers can fly in each carpet.
64 guests cam ride at one time
1971 is when the original Tiki Room Debuted
1998 is when Enchanted Tiki Room was revised
314 Audio-Animatronics are included in the Enchanted Tiki Room which includes flowers, statues and birds.
88 singing birds are in the Enchanted Tiki Room, of course.
9 minutes is the total time of you will spend in the Tiki Room
250 guests can be seated in the Tiki Room
1 man voiced all the bird calls and whistles, his name was A. Purvis Pullen
1 of the tiki totem poles inside the Tiki Room has hidden speakers in or near it, so that if you sit next to it during the show, you can hear certain isolated parts of the music that have been separated into stereo. In particular, you can hear the isolated wooden percussion instruments coming from it during the song "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Room."
1971 is when the Jungle Cruise debuted
15 boats are in the fleet of Jungle Cruise ships.
10 can be used in the attraction at one time. The 15 boats each named for an Imagineer that worked on the original attraction: Amazon Annie, Bomokandi Bertha, Congo Connie, Ganges Gertie, Irrawaddy Irma, Mongala Millie, Nile Nelly, Orinoco Ida, Rutshuru Ruby, Sankuru Sadie, Senegal Sal, Ucyali Lolly, Volta Val, Wamba Wanda, Zambesi Zelda
31 guests can ride each Jungle Cruise boat
27-foot long boats used in the attraction The Jungle Cruise were modeled after the motion picture "The African Queen," starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn.
631,000 rounds of ammunition used to be fired on the Jungle cruise each year, don’t worry they are just blanks. Now its an electronic sound effect
1.75 Million gallons of water are held within the attraction, and the depth is generally little more than 3 feet.
14-24 hours are needed to fill the river when it is emptied
4 rivers of the world are visited by the jungle cruise and they are: the Amazon, Nile, Congo, and Mekong.
4 cylinder engine powers the Jungle Cruise boats. Hang on tight.
70 HP CNG engine powers the Jungle Cruise boats
9 minute excursion is the total time of the Jungle Cruise.
2000 feet long is the Jungle cruise river
27 feet long is each boat on the Jungle Cruise.
3.2 mph is the top speed of the Jungle Cruise Boats.
3 feet deep is the Jungle Cruise river
1973 is when The Pirates of the Caribbean, but it was revised in 2006.
330 guests can ride at one time
3,600 per hour are the amount of guests that can go though Pirates of the Caribbean.
15-18 guests per boat can ride the Pirates of the Caribbean with an 8:30 minute show.
220 audio speakers have been replaced throughout Pirates of the Caribbean.
3 bass subwoofers have been installed within the "Battle Scene" between the pirate galleon and the Spanish fortress to provide a sense of concussion during the firing of the cannons at Pirates of the Caribbean.
400 Disney Imagineers have been working in California and Florida on the research, planning and installation of these enhancements of Pirates of the Caribbean.
25 million people are estimated to visit of the Caribbean.
23 adults can sit in each boat spilt across 6 rows
27 boats are used in the Pirates of the Caribbean.
750,000 million gallons of water flow though Pirates of the Caribbean
18,000 gallons of water are pumped though Pirates of the Caribbean each minute at a minimum
20,000 gallons of water are pumped though Pirates of the Caribbean each minute at a maximum
8.5 minutes ride will be you journey as a pirate on the Pirates of the Caribbean.
125 Audio-Animatronics figures are used in the Pirates of the Caribbean.
65 Audio-Animatronics pirates & villagers are in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction
60 Audio-Animatronics animals and birds are used in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
14 foot drop and 52 feet long is just plain fun in the Pirates of the Caribbean.
9 degree drop is on Pirates of the Caribbean.
4 cannons are on the roof of Pirates of the Caribbean
15 cannons are located inside this attraction too