Celebrating all living creatures, this iconic centerpiece is the symbol of Disney’s Animal Kingdom park.
A Swirling Tapestry of Animals
Behold the breathtaking artistry of a sculpted tree that wordlessly expresses the intricate balance of nature. Read More
Behold the breathtaking artistry of a sculpted tree that wordlessly expresses the intricate balance of nature. Located on Discovery Island, the Tree of Life vividly commemorates all living things—and the place they share—in the great Circle of Life.
At an impressive 145 feet tall and 50 feet wide at its base, the Tree of Life is home to over 300 meticulously detailed animal carvings throughout its massive trunk, gnarling roots and outstretched branches—invoking the diversity, beauty and interconnected nature of earth’s many creatures.
Animals that appear to magically emerge from the tree include:
For a close-up view of the animal carvings, take a stroll along the picturesque Discovery Island Trails, which encircle the great tree. You may even discover a famous mouse hiding among its branches!
Animal Encounters Nestled amid the burrowing roots at the base of the Tree of Life is a serene landscape of pools, meadows and trees which are home to a variety of live animals, including lemurs, flamingos, kangaroos and tortoises.
Nighttime Awakenings – Opening Memorial Day Weekend!
Watch in wonder as animal spirits within the great tree come alive at night in mesmerizing color and light. Read More
Watch in wonder as animal spirits within the great tree come alive at night in mesmerizing color and light.
During the evening hours, pay special attention to the Tree of Life at the center of Disney’s Animal Kingdom park. At various times, flickering fireflies magically appear and awaken the wondrous animals spirits carved into the tree’s towering trunk—bringing to light a stunning visual extravaganza swarming with vivid color and animated imagery.
Witness a graceful young doe embark on a thrilling cross-country journey. Behold love blossoming between 2 hummingbirds. See a spry fox spreading gifts of love among the denizens of a wintry forest. A feast for the eyes, each approximately 3-minute-long revelation celebrates the eternal balance and harmony that exists in all living things, big or small, and is sure to inspire and delight the entire family, big and small.
Please note: While we had hoped to debut new evening offerings on April 22, 2016, unfortunately, they will not open as planned on that date as we give the team more time to bring these innovative experiences to life.
We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to debuting these offerings. Be on the lookout for updates about timing on the official Disney Parks Blog by mid-to-late May!
A theater is housed inside the Tree of Life root system where It’s Tough to be a Bug! is performed. This 8-minute, 3D movie and multimedia show stars Flik and Hopper from the Disney•Pixar film A Bug's Life—along with a supporting cast of insects and arachnids who provide a surprising glimpse into the animal kingdom.
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