From an article on PCMag.com:
Euro Disney has had its share of troubles, but can it survive a Google invasion?
Certain international locales have not exactly greeted Google's Street View cameras with open arms, but the search engine giant worked out an arrangement with Disney to photograph its Parisian theme park.
"Last October, as the last few rays of sunlight remained high enough in the sky, Disneyland Paris opened its gates early to our Street View car to capture some of the magic at street-level," Liz Ericson, a product marketing manager in London and Paris, wrote in a blog post. "We drove up Main Street USA (outside of Paris!), through Adventureland, and around Fantasyland and even in Walt Disney Studios Park."
Disneyland Paris (and Walt Disney Studios Park) is the first amusement park in the world to be photographed by Street View cameras. Ericson said Google hopes to add other attractions in the future, such as race tracks, castles, and parks.
Google also created a mapplet of the park.
Here's the link to the GoogleMap of DLP: