Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room

Adventureland, Magic Kingdom

  • Main Details

  • Park Magic Kingdom
  • Land Adventureland
  • Show Type Audio-Animatronic tiki bird show
  • Indoor Show
  • Show Duration 10mins
  • Pre-Show
  • Post-Show
  • Gift Shop
  • Queue Details

  • FastPass+
  • Standby Line
  • Indoor Queue
  • Outdoor Queue
  • Typical Standby Wait Low
  • Comfort Level Medium
  • Important Dates

  • Opening Oct 1 1971
  • Changes Reworked as The Enchanted Tiki Room - Under New Management Spring 1998. Reworked as Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room Aug 15 2011.
  • Restrictions

  • Frightening for Kids
  • Accessibility Wheelchair Accessible
  • Captioning Assistive Listening System, Handheld Captioning, and Audio Description.
  • Extra Magic Hours

  • Morning EMH
  • Evening EMH
Opening Day

Opening Day

13 years ago38 photos

ARTICLE - Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing
8 years ago

Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room closing for short refurbishment in the fall
10 years ago

Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room refurbishment removed from the schedule
11 years ago

Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room closing for month long refurbishment
11 years ago

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Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room closed for refurbishment Sep 27, 2014 to Oct 03, 2014

The original Tiki Room is back at Walt Disney World!  This classic Walt Disney Audio Animatronic show is a must see Walt Disney World attraction in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom.


Height/Age Requirement: No

The Sunshine Pavilion, featuring a show variously known as “Tropical Serenade” and “The Enchanted Tiki Birds,” debuted on Oct. 1, 1971, in Magic Kingdom. In 1998, following substantial refurbishment, it re-launched as The Enchanted Tiki Room-Under New Management, with two famous Disney birds – Iago from Aladdin and Zazu from The Lion King – taking control and trying to spruce up the show.

Now the “new management” has been let go and the future of the Adventureland landmark is in the wings and wit of José, Fritz, Michael and Pierre – four crooning parrot hosts who have been entertaining guests at California’s Disneyland since 1963 in The Enchanted Tiki Room. Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, as the Magic Kingdom attraction now will be called, is being prepared for the premiere (tentatively on Aug. 15, 2011) of a show that will pay tribute to the Disneyland original - notable in theme park history for ushering in sophisticated Audio-Animatronics technology.

Prior to 1963, Walt Disney’s creative team had produced movable figures, but none had the sophistication of the bird-brained cast of the Tiki Room. José, Fritz, Michael and Pierre produce movements when solenoid coils hidden inside receive signals recorded onto magnetic tape and are regarded as the first “true” Audio-Animatronics figures.

They introduce a musical presentation by more than 200 birds, flowers and tikis. Even the audience gets into the act, joining in during the musical ditty “Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing.”

While the show is steeped in tradition and maintains the original intent created by Walt Disney and his original team of Imagineers, Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room will feature the latest in technology – a state of the art show-control system, remastered audio, and a new versatile and energy efficient lighting system.


Queue Show:
William (Don Rickles)
Morris (Phil Hartman)

Main Show:
Jose (Wally Boag)
Fritz (Thurl Ravenscroft)
Pierre (Jerry Orbach)
Michael (Fulton Burley)
Clyde - original attraction (Wally Boag)
Claude - original attraction (Fulton Burley)
83 birds including large and small toucans, macaws, birds of paradise, fork-tailed Tikis
20 drummers
8 Tiki poles with 48 singing masks
132 singing flowers


The attraction opened at Walt Disney World as Tropical Serenade at the Sunshine Pavilion on October 1, 1971.

It relaunched as "The Enchanted Tiki Room - Under New Management" in the Spring of 1998, which later closed on January 12, 2011.

The attraction reopened August 15, 2011, as Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room.

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The Enchanted Tiki Room-Under New Management