Construction on the entrance of Country Bear Jamboree. The walkways and porches in Frontierland have been under some sort of construction or another for a little while now. We found out a few weeks ago that Disney is upgrading most of the entrances and exits to be more handicap accessible. Previously, when the walls came down in front of Traders outpost, there was a new cement wheelchair accessible ramp.
Now, it is the Country Bear Jamboree entrance under construction. In the images below you can see Disney is rebuilding the whole porch, and adding a ramp. The front was open with a small wall to the left of the entrance last week, today it covers the whole front section. The construction is being done rather quickly, and the Country Bears are still performing daily.
Country Bear Jamboree
Have a knee-slappin’ good time at this jolly country-and-western musical revue starring a cast of singing bears.
Step inside the rustic theater known as Grizzly Hall and take your seat before the lights dim. Clap along as 18 Audio-Animatronics hillbilly bears play and sing during this 16-minute, foot-stompin’ cele-bear-tion. You’ll hear a medley of original and classic tunes—all performed by the zaniest critters in the woods.
Overflowing with humor, heart, and a few surprises, this crowd-pleasing show features a down-home, southern sensibility you and your cubs will love.
Walt Disney’s Pawprints
Country Bear Jamboree is one of the very last attractions that Walt Disney personally helped develop. Originally planned for a never-built Disney ski resort in Mineral King, California, the show with the singing bears happily moved out to Florida in 1971 and has been performing daily at Magic Kingdom park ever since.
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