Discovering Walt Disney Studios Park

Walt Disney Studios Park, which opened in 2002, was inspired by the best of cinema, animation and television. Divided into four zones known as Front Lot, Toon Studios, Production Courtyard and Backlot, it offers a real behind-the-scenes look into the heart of the action, with sensational attractions and shows for the whole family!

Front Lot

The Park doors open onto a California-style landscape dotted with palm trees, located right on Place des Frères Lumière with its statue celebrating the film Fantasia (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) and a stunning view of the Park’s iconic fixture: the Water Tower.

toon studio

Toon Studio is an area dedicated to the art of animation, where the “toons” come alive.

Production courtyard

This area of the Walt Disney Studios Park celebrates the wonders of cinema and television.


On February 27, 2018, The Walt Disney Company announced a major investment plan for Walt Disney Studios Park. The aim is to renovate existing facilities to add a Marvel-theme area and expand Walt Disney Studios Park to offer new attractions, shops and restaurants dedicated to the worlds of Frozen and Star Wars.

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