Today, we visit the two Theme parks of Disneyland Paris. Lots of refurbishments are underway.

Disneyland Paris

let’s go to Walt Disney Studios Park and check on the renovation of the pavement behind the main portal at the entrance of the park.

 

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Behind Art of Disney Animation a smoking area was installed near the washrooms at the entrance zone of the Studio Tram Tour.

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Let’s visit the Disney Animation Gallery.

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Now, on to the main attraction, Disneyland Park

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Main Street USA station is now covered with printed scrims themed with a very good rendering. It should be noted that all of the hallways with lockers have been closed to remove.

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From Main Street to central Plaza, disabled access curbs have been added to facilitate entry to the shops, restaurants, and places heavy traffic.

 

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‘it’s a small world’ continues to reveal itself. Reopening is set for December 19th.

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How do you like the new color scheme?

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The Princess Pavilion now has fastpass distribution terminals. This should limit line cheating.

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Fantasyland station is also under renovation, scaffolding has appeared. It should be noted that the rails are being replaced.

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The renovation of the Adventureland pavement along the puppets chalet restaurant, is now complete.

 

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Adventureland, on the other hand, is looking rough and ready for a makeover.

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The stage installed in 2009 was removed after having been abandoned for more than three years.

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Touch-up paint to Adventureland.

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Cowboy Cookout Barbecue remains open during its outdoor renovation.

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Frozen fun remains popular.

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Lamps have been installed on the fences which hide the renovations of Big Thunder Mountain and River of the Far West.

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Phantom Manor is down for refurb.

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Touch-up paint on the fort of Frontierland

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Security controls have been improved at bag check. Cameras monitor guests in the bag line and a new big tent has been installed as well.

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There’s a new sign for Planet Hollywood.

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New pavement at the entrance of the restaurant Annette’s Diner.

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Thank you for reading. Let us know what you think about the photos and news above. We’ll see you again real soon!

– Max of DLP Welcome