Indiana Jones Adventure Set to Close for Refurbishment Again in November

Indiana Jones Adventure, which reopened in March of this year following a three-month refurbishment, is set to close for refurbishment again in November.

Indiana Jones Adventure Set to Close for Refurbishment Again In November

According to the Disneyland website, Indiana Jones Adventure will be open as usual through November 26. Following that date, however, no more times are listed for Indiana Jones Adventure for the remainder of the month. Times have not yet been released for December, so it is currently unknown how long the closure will last.

Will this closure impact your Thanksgiving weekend Disneyland vacation plans? Let us know in the comments.

New Collapsing Cave Scene & Projections at Disneyland

After the most recent refurbishment, we were there on day one to check out all the new changes this past March, including a brand-new scene and lots of updated effects. You can see a full ride POV below.

Although there had been many rumors about adding new content related to the upcoming “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.” the final installment in the series releasing this summer, there were no additions during the refurbishment that change or update the storyline. The reopened attraction retains the original story established with the ride in 1995.

Indiana Jones Adventure

This adventure-filled attraction opened on March 3, 1995.

The backstory can be discovered by guests while walking through the attraction’s queue. Eager-eyed adventurers can find letters, telegrams, and video projections to discover the story and discover of the temple that Disney has blended into the immersive experience.

A second version of the attraction — Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull — was later created for Tokyo DisneySea in 2001. This attraction has an exquisitely detailed queue within the passages of their temple, which takes place in an Aztec pyramid and temple in South America, with no relation to the 2009 film of a similar name.

Are you excited about heading back into the Temple of the Forbidden Eye? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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