Disneyland Paris will be celebrating Spring once again with a colorful festival that includes new entertainment, character greetings, and bright colors of the season now through May 31, 2015.
Special character greetings include Minnie in spring gear, Rapunzel in a flowery backdrop, and Bambi's Thumper and Miss Bunny. If that's not enough there's also three new shows to enjoy plus spring decorations on Main Street up to the Castle!byPublished on 10-04-2014 10:30 AM
Now through November 2, 2014, Disneyland Paris will be celebrating Disney's Halloween Festival which brings with it a bunch of entertainment offerings to the park.
Among the highlights of the celebration will a villain character meet and greet at Maleficent Disney Villains Promenade as well as character cavalcade with Mickey and Friends. There will also be Jack and Sally's Cemetery which is a fancy meet and greet for the Jack and Sally characters.byPublished on 06-23-2014 08:05 PM
Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Tom Staggs were joined by Euro Disney SAS CEO Philippe Gas for the dedication of the new land at Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris: La Place de Rémy.
Ratatouille, l’Aventure Totalement Toquee de Remy attraction is the premiere attraction for the expansion and will be accompanied by a table-service restaurant: Bistrot Chez Rémy. Both are expected to officially grand open on July 10, 2014.byPublished on 02-13-2014 08:30 AMCategories:
Disneyland Paris has released an official first look image of promotional artwork for the new Ratatouillie attraction that will be opening at the Walt Disney Studios Park park. The new image reveals a rendering of the exteriors of the new area and seems to show Collette and Linguini as characters who will greet guests in the new area.
The attraction is expected to open in summer this year with the name "Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy" which roughly translated from French is "Ratatouille: Remy's Totally Zany Adventure."
Disney yesterday unveiled a new teaser video for the attraction offering no visuals of the attraction and thus doing very little to whet our appetites. They have our attention!byPublished on 02-12-2014 02:30 PMCategories:
Earlier today, guests at Euro Disney S.C.A.'s annual shareholder's meeting was treated to a sneak peek at construction an images of their newest attraction based on "Ratatouille." Although those images have not been officially released as yet, Disney did share a teaser commercial clip for the new ride. It's light on any specifics so it really is a true teaser of what's to come this summer.
The attraction will shrink guests down to the size of the film’s star, Remy. The journey follows Remy and his friends as they scurry through the kitchen, dining room, and walls of Gusteau’s famous Parisian restaurant... all the while trying to avoid the villainous Chef Skinner!
This year, Disneyland Paris will launch its Christmas season on November 10th, and three new heroes from Disney's next animated film, Frozen, will make their debut at Disneyland Paris. Elsa and Anna will take part in the famous Christmas Parade, and Olaf will conduct the orchestra in a brand-new night-time show called Disney Dreams of Christmas.
A world of winter wonders awaits at Disney's two-month Christmas extravaganza with returning favorites as well including the Magical Christmas Wishes fireworks show, holiday decorations, and Mickey and his friends in their winter costumes.byPublished on 10-05-2013 02:00 PM
Starting today and lasting through October 31, Disneyland Paris is celebrating the fall with Disney's Halloween Festival. New this year is a completely original cavalcade, orchestrated by Mickey and his friends, featuring the special appearance of Huey, Dewey, Louie, Scrooge and Clarabelle. A whole host of entertainment and offerings are in store.byPublished on 05-16-2013 04:35 PM
Formerly only available for the domestic Disney Parks and aboard the Disney Cruise Line, the Photopass program is now available for use at Disneyland Paris. The addition is being heralded under the banner of the parks 21st anniversary.
The photo service offered by Disney gives guests the ability to compile all of their official in-park images on a single card that can then be reviewed at home later through the Photopass website where images can have custom borders added and ordered in a variety of sizes and on a variety of products including tees, mugs, and frames.