In this article you will find the troubled history of Disneyland Paris’ Space Mountain! #SpaceMountain #BringBackTheMoon
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Imagineering a new Disneyland Park – Full Project! (Building Disneyland Paris 2.0)
In this 5 page article you will find the masterplan for each land and the building fases for the entire project. Keep in mind that this is just our imagination going wild, nothing more. Index Page 1 – Index and Opening Page 2 – Frontierland MasterPlan Page 3 – Adventureland MasterPlan Page 4 – FantasylandContinue reading “Imagineering a new Disneyland Park – Full Project! (Building Disneyland Paris 2.0)”
Imagineering a new Discoveryland! – Building Disneyland Paris 2.0
This series focuses on bringing new attractions, mini lands, restaurants, shops and more to the Disneyland Park! This is episode three of the series, in first one we re-imagined Frontierland, in the second one we re-imagined Adventureland! Today, there’s Discoveryland. Oh, boy! Get your imagineering hats on! As you can already see just by lookingContinue reading “Imagineering a new Discoveryland! – Building Disneyland Paris 2.0”
New details for the Halloween party have been released!
On the night of 31st October 2021, the mischievous Disney Villains invite you to join in with their antics and unleash your inner villain! Enjoy attractions open until 2am, bewitching Selfie Spots, surprising appearances of haunted floats, exclusive shows, moonlight dance parties and much more! For adults, families and ghouls of all ages. An eye-poppingContinue reading “New details for the Halloween party have been released!”
The troubled history of the original Space Mountain: From the Earth to the Moon!
“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!”