Are you a furry animal lover?
Are you looking for something to do on a chilly Sunday afternoon?
Well, you’re in luck!
Here are a few more animal house ideas that are right up your alley.1.
The Animals’ House in The JungleThe Jungle was the setting of a film starring Nicolas Cage.
This was a huge hit for director David Ayer, who went on to make The Jungle Book and The Jungle Fever.
You can check out a video of The Jungle’s opening sequence here.2.
The Big EasyIn the 1960s, The Big East was a hub of animal advocacy.
Today, the University of Texas has an exhibit dedicated to its history, which features the animals living there.3.
The Jungle and the Jungle FeverIt’s hard to believe the original Jungle Fever was released in 1962.
But, this is one of the most popular animated films of all time.
If you’re a fan of the movies, there are plenty of other places to catch a taste of this old-school adventure.4.
The Little Mermaid’s Mermaids CastleIt’s an iconic symbol for Disney’s live-action films, and it’s a fantastic place to visit if you’re planning on going back to the island for your next vacation.5.
Animal House in Monsters UniversityThe original film starring Mickey Mouse is one the most beloved animated films in history.
There’s an entire exhibit dedicated on the characters.6.
The House at the ZooIn addition to the animals’ living spaces, The House At The Zoo is a magical place that offers visitors a peek into what life is like for the animals on the farm.
It’s a great place to spend time with the animals, as you can walk around the farm and see them interact with each other.7.
The Simpsons’ Bart and Lisa’s AdventureWhen the series first aired in 1989, it was considered one of, if not the most famous animated series of all-time.
It was a big hit, and the Simpsons has continued to make popular TV shows since.
The show is available to watch on Hulu, but the Simpsons Animal House Experience is worth checking out.8.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyIn The Lord of the Rings: The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins is a ranger in the Shire.
There, he meets a very special hobbit named Thorin Oakenshield.
If the show is your thing, there’s plenty of great video and text adventures on the site.9.
The Wizard of OzIn this classic story, Dorothy is the daughter of a famous magician who takes her to the Wizard of OZ to see her parents.
The experience is one to watch for the whole family.10.
The Lion King The Lion Kingdom is home to some of the world’s largest and most famous lion tamers.
There are several locations you can explore with your family, including the lion tamer park and the Lion Kingdom Zoo.11.
The Adventures of Rocky and BullwinkleThe movie Rocky and the Bullwinkles is considered one the top animated movies of all times.
This is also one of our favorites for a magical family vacation.12.
The Smurfs’ backyardIt may not be as exciting as a real zoo, but it’s still a great time to get out of your house and go on a magical adventure.
The zoo has an amazing interactive experience that lets you see and interact with animals.13.
The Magic Kingdom It’s no secret that the Magic Kingdom is filled with magical creatures.
This one is no exception.
There is also an incredible interactive experience called the Magic Mountain.14.
The Haunted Mansion There are plenty things to do in the Haunted Mansion.
There have been several Halloween events in recent years, including a party with live animals and even a haunted house where you can dress up in costumes.15.
Toy Story’s Toy Story LandIt’s a wonderland in the park that has become synonymous with the series.
You will be able to see the animals and interact on the playgrounds.16.
Disney’s Animal KingdomIt’s not a surprise to see Animal Kingdom as one of Disney’s favorite attractions.
With its interactive experience, there is something for everyone.17.
Disney California AdventureThis park is known for having some of Disney World’s most amazing water rides, which include water slides, water rides and a water show.18.
Epcot’s Animal Planet Animal Planet is one Disney Animal Kingdom attraction that you should visit.
This animated show features an incredible underwater environment that’s perfect for a family.19.
The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s EndThere’s no question that Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is one one of my favorite Disney movies.
There were so many ways to get there that we couldn’t list them all here.
The water is spectacular and you’ll never see a more perfect backdrop for an amazing pirate adventure.20.
The Florida EvergladesThe Florida Evergreens have a lot of unique plants and wildlife that you can experience while you’re there. There has