Aladdin’s Oasis | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Aladdin’s Oasis was a themed dining and entertainment venue at Disneyland in California. It operated from 1993 to 2016 and was located in Adventureland.

Aladdin’s Oasis was inspired by the Disney animated film “Aladdin” and featured a Middle Eastern bazaar setting. It offered a combination of dining and live entertainment experiences. During its early years, the venue hosted a dinner show called “The Aladdin’s Royal Caravan,” where guests could enjoy a meal while watching a musical performance featuring characters from the film.

In later years, Aladdin’s Oasis transitioned into a quick-service restaurant known as “Aladdin’s Oasis Restaurant,” where guests could order various Middle Eastern and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, such as falafel, hummus, and kebabs.

However, in 2016, Aladdin’s Oasis closed its doors and has since been repurposed for other uses. Currently, the space is occasionally used for special events or as a seasonal offering during peak times.


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