After being removed in February, scrim is back up around the scaffolding at Tarzan’s Treehouse in Disneyland.
The attraction unexpectedly closed for refurbishment last fall and was mostly covered with scrim by October.
Half of the scaffolding is covered in green scrim while half is covered in tan scrim. A bridge connecting sections of the treehouse is visible between the scrim.
There has been no word on when Tarzan’s Treehouse might reopen. Stay tuned to Disneyland News Today for the latest on this project.
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