Enchanted Tiki Room at Disney World (Full Show Video)

When we travel to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, one of our family’s absolute favorite attractions is the Enchanted Tiki Room. This simple Polynesian themed musical show is a great example of early Disney animatronic wonder and has stood up wonderfully to the test of time. It is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the Magic Kingdom and relax for a few minutes.

Best of yet, there is plenty of seating in the Tiki room and almost NO LINE usually!

A little history (from Wikipedia)…

Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room opened at the Magic Kingdom on October 1, 1971 (Disneyland’s version opened almost a decade earlier in 1963) and was originally called “Tropical Serenade.” It was replaced with another version of the Enchanted Tiki Room in 1998 featuring characters from the movie Aladdin. After a small fire broke out in the building’s attic in January 2011, it closed only to be refurbished and reopened in August 2011 as a stripped-down adaptation of the original show.. The show you see today is very similar to the original Disneyland show from 1963.

Now sit back and enjoy the wonderful sights and sounds of Magic Kingdom’s Enchanted Tiki Room!

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Craig Smith
I am founder and editor of DisneyNews.us. My passion for all things Disney goes pretty far back to my first trip to Walt Disney World in the mid-80's. I have since returned to the magical place more than 20 times.I started this site when I came to the realization that I spent a significant portion of my day reading articles about Disney and watching Disney content with my 8-year old, so it made sense that I would start sharing some of what I read and see and building a little community around it.Other interests include 80's nostalgia, vintage toys, video games, LEGO, Star Wars and tech gadgets. Other sites include DMR and VideoGamesStats.com.