Yesterday, we published an article titled “Everything We Know About Disneyland Paris’ Third Park.” In it, you’ll find facts about the future third park and why it needs to be built. Today, we put on our Imagineer construction hats and imagine what the resort could look like in the mid-2030s with a new park, andContinue reading “Imagineering a third park for Disneyland Paris (and the changes to the resort to accommodate it)!”
Hey there! After you read this article make sure to read this one! HERE we imagineer the concept for park, new transportation and more! Happy reading! Since 1992, Disneyland Paris has been opened in the heart of Europe. In 2002, the second park (Walt Disney Studios) opened its doors. Since then, some much needed improvementsContinue reading “Everything we know about Disneyland Paris’s third park (or “gate”)”
“Et maintenant, je déclare EuroDisney, officialement ouvert!” Micheal Eisner, 1992 These were the words with which the opening of EuroDisney was announced. With big dreams and even bigger expectations for attendance, Michael Eisner built the Disneyland Paris Resort. A resort that had about 6000 rooms on day one, spread across 7 hotels, and so muchContinue reading “The troubled history of the original Space Mountain: From the Earth to the Moon!”
“The Grand Opening of EuroDisney” was the name of the show about (you guessed it) the opening of Disneyland Paris. This TV special contained a lot of information about future attractions and expansions to the resort. One of those attractions was The Little Mermaid Attraction. The attraction was to be located between DiscoveryLand and Fantasyland,Continue reading “The Little Mermaid attraction that was announced, but never built. (Disneyland Paris)”
Walt Disney Pictures is producing a movie about the construction of the Disneyland Resort. David Gordon Green (“Halloween” movies) is slated to direct. It is not yet known if Tom Hanks will reprise his role as Walt Disney.