Disney Reportedly Thinking Of Building An ‘Indiana Jones’ Land At Animal Kingdom, Possibly Replacing DinoLand

Danny Cox - Author

Aug. 14 2017, Updated 6:07 p.m. ET

After Pandora – The World of Avatar opened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, that pretty much made it seem as if that park had received enough upgrades for years. While a lot of other plans have been announced for the three other Walt Disney World theme parks, there are rumors that the end of the new lands at Animal Kingdom hasn’t yet come. Speculation is now running wild that a new land could be built in the future and it would be devoted to Indiana Jones.

While there is nothing concrete about this particular rumor as of yet, it does seem as if it is one that has started to gain a bit of steam. According to Orlando Informer, the idea of an Indiana Jones Land is one that isn’t totally out of the question and one that has reportedly been talked about more and more as time goes on.

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This actually doesn’t make as little sense as some people may think, but it could mean the end of DinoLand U.S.A. as it currently stands. If an Indiana Jones Land were to be built, though, there are already a number of pieces in place that could work out with very little work and require few changes.

Currently, DinoLand U.S.A. doesn’t have a lot going for it other than the popular DINOSAUR attraction, but there is also the Boneyard, Finding Nemo – The Musical, Primeval Whirl, TriceraTop Spin, a prehistoric carnival, and the Restaurantosaurus quick-service location.

While some may miss some of those things, it’s DINOSAUR which will be the biggest loss and that may end up staying in place with an Indiana Jones Land.

Over in Disneyland in California, there is an attraction called Indiana Jones Adventure which is essentially the same thing as DINOSAUR, but with a different theme. Many fans have always hoped that attraction would make its way to Walt Disney World, and this new rumor would accomplish that.


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