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All in the Details: The Safari Gallery at Tiffins

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

This week I have more details to share from Tiffins at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. With dining rooms designed to resemble art galleries, this new signature restaurant celebrates the travels to Africa, Asia and South America that influenced the design of the park. The ideas of Imagineers, Animal Programs and Entertainment, including sketches, photography, architecture and textures, are all presented in a way that is uniquely Disney.

Can you guess which attractions at Disney’s Animal Kingdom inspired these works of art?

Details of the The Safari Gallery at Tiffins

Details of the The Safari Gallery at Tiffins Details of the The Safari Gallery at Tiffins

Tiffins is now open daily for lunch and dinner. For more about Tiffins, visit the posts below:

Comments

  • Be Our Guest does not allow visitors. Prior to opening, you could step inside and look, but the dining areas were roped off and it was impossible to see the rose changing (pedals dropping). A quick service yes — you can go in and check it out. But none of the table services allow such visits, especially not the character meals.

  • It isn’t the first place. People without reservations are not allowed to go into Cinderella’s Royal Table to look around either, and I’m sure there are plenty of other restaurants that do not let people just roam through aimlessly. It is not an attraction or an exhibit, it is a restaurant. People who are trying to relax and enjoy their meal do not want to have random people wandering around just to look around. It would become completely out of control if that was allowed.

  • Tried to see Tiffins on Sunday and it turns out to be the first place on WDW property that I have come across where one is not allowed to enter for a look-about without a reservation. And it is *inside* a theme park. Rather off-putting.

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