After having announced the expansion plan for Walt Disney Studios Park with the addition of three new themed areas for Marvel, Frozen and Star Wars, Disneyland Paris is going to enrich its entertainment and experiences offerings by celebrating Mickey 90 Mouse Party, add shows to its Halloween and Christmas seasons and enhancing a classic attraction.
With the success of Mickey and the Magician, the Season of the Force and the imminent arrival of the Marvel Summer of Super Heroes, Disneyland Paris now has even more entertainment in store.
It’s been 90 years since Mickey brought happiness to the world in Steamboat Willie. So, to celebrate, he’s throwing the World’s Biggest Mouse Party from October to December 2018. Disneyland Paris will offer more than 90 days of Mickey fun.
In October, Mickey’s Halloween Celebration Cavalcade will hit the streets of Disneyland Paris again with a brand new float, and the Disney Villains will be taking over the Castle Stage.There will be ghosts, lanterns, pumpkins and decorations everywhere throughout Disneyland Paris, from Main Street, U.S.A., to Frontierland and Fantasyland during the whole Halloween season.
Disney Enchanted Christmas will be back with the shows that were popular in 2017: the nighttime spectacular with Goofy’s Incredible Christmas will illuminate the Hollywood Tower Hotel once more and Mickey’s Christmas Big Band will get guests swinging with lots of new costumes.
Mickey also appears at Discoveryland Theatre, inviting audiences to a musical and visual journey through the Disney classics – in 4D! Donald Duck will conduct a lively concert. Mickey’s Philharmagic will wow guests at Disneyland Paris from October 2018.
Disneyland Paris has been pursuing a massive renovation programme and modernising its top attractions since 2015. After Big Thunder Mountain, Star Tours: the Adventure Continues and Pirates of the Caribbean, the iconic Phantom Manor is now undergoing major refurbishment. New details of the history of Ravenswood Manor have been uncovered and are to be depicted through new special effects and scenery. It is scheduled to re-open in October. In addition to these key attractions, further renovation work will continue through the years, including Sleeping Beauty Castle and Mark Twain’s steamboat.
The guest experience is also being improved in our restaurants – with new dishes being added all the time. Following its success in 2017, the Rendez-Vous Gourmand de Disneyland Paris returns with new culinary experiences and Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Outpost will soon offer a new dining concept.
The Disneyland Paris strategy is all about creativity and innovation – offering guests an ever more amazing experience and unforgettable memories.
Disneyland Paris is the number one tourist destination in Europe, with two theme parks (Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios), seven Disney themed hotels offering 5,800 guest rooms (plus a further 2,700 guest rooms from Partner and Associate Hotels), two full-service convention centres and a 27-hole golf course. Disneyland Paris is also home to one of the biggest entertainment centres in the Ile-de-France: Disney Village. Themed restaurants, stores and a multiplex cinema are grouped together in an area covering 30,000 m². The tourist destination boasts 59 attractions, 63 stores and 55 restaurants.