Tom Sawyer Island was one of the original attractions that debuted at Disneyland's opening in 1955. In 2007, Disney revised the attraction by adding a Pirates of the Caribbean overlay. According to the fanciful backstory, scoundrels and scallywags from the Pirates ride and films have taken over the island and turned it into their own lair. The island, with its caves, paths, and bridges, still offers guests, especially younger children, a great place to explore and burn off energy; but, as you'll see in this photo gallery, with danger lurking around every bend, they'll need to tread carefully.
- What a Wreck!An ominous shipwreck at Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island.
- Who Has More Mascara?Captain Jack Sparrow holds court with guests at Pirate's Lair
- No Pirates in the Tree HouseGuests can still climb Tom & Huck's tree house.
- The A-Bridged Version of Tom Sawyer IslandThe suspension and pontoon bridges are still available on Tom Sawyer Island.