Disneyland Paris Update – Peter Pan’s Flight, Massive Refurbishments and more

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Published on July 23, 2016 at 3:00 am with No Comments

Hello everyone, here is a little article for this weekend from Disneyland Paris, where there’s something new at Peter Pan’s Flight!  – Max (DLPwelcome)

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Main Street station has reopened to visitors after more than 6 months of refurbishment. Everything is like new. The only issue is the presence of burns on some of the signs. The new floor is less slippery, lockers have been removed, there’s some new decor as well.

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These signs need to be fixed.

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The structures used for the castle lighting during the Christmas period were removed after two years of use. Their withdrawal is due to the renovation of the Castle, which will be fully repainted (in just one day if all goes well).
In addition, the woodwork for the Tenière du Dragon bridge was renovated. It was a great surprise that the mist effects have been reactivated in the den (we haven’t seen this effect in many years).

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There is still some concrete which needs to be repaired or replaced.

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A little tour in Fantasyland

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Now it is possible to know what Princess can be seen at the Pavilion.

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Peter Pan’s Flight has reopened after more than 6 months of renovations and enhancements. It is a jewel! This renovation allowed for renewed and enhanced lighting, animations, repainting of the decor and modernization of the attraction with projection effects.

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One now has the impression of rediscovering the attraction all over again with animations we have never seen before, movements of props and figures, and fantastic new projections which make the experience more immersive!

Moving to the massive renovation of Big Thunder Mountain, the repainting is still in progress. The colors are great!

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In Adventureland, the area around the enchanted Passage of Aladdin have re-opened and painting is still in progress on the facade for the Adventureland Bazaar entry.

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Pineapple Whip has increased by 25% to 3.99€  (with tax)

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The scaffolding on Skull Rock is coming down, but the island is still closed for rehabilitation.

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Finally, at the entrance to Discoveryland, the rocks have been removed to facilitate the movement of guests and to a complete renovation of the entrance, pavement and non-replacement of the removed rocks.

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And don’t forget the new stage show, Mickey and the Magician, at the Walt Disney Studios Park. It’s a must-see of the Resort and one of the most beautiful creations in many years.

Thank you for reading.  See ya real soon.

About Max

Maxence "Max" Pinard is a small shareholder of Disneyland Paris, and is the creator and reporter at DLP Welcome, which he founded in June 2009. Max has worked with MiceChat author and Disney and More Editor, Alain Littaye, since 2012 on many MiceChat articles. Max looks forward to continuing where Alain left off by bringing Micechat readers news and beautiful images from Disneyland Paris.

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