Disneyland Paris Begins Removing Plexiglass Dividers from Attractions

Disneyland Paris has begunn the process of removing the Plexiglass dividers from various attractions around the parks.

The dividers were installed as a COVID-19 safety measure.

Big Thunder Mountain, Star Tours and Dumbo have all seen the removal of their respective dividers.

Star Tour has also seen the removal of it’s Plexiglass Dividers (Located Right Before Boarding your Starspeeder).

It’s likely that more attractions will follow in the coming days as the de-installation teams work their way through the queues.

Just recently we saw Disneyland Paris eliminate vaccination pass and mask requirements in an overall removal of COVID-19 related safety measures.

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Halloween Showtimes & Entertainment for Disneyland Paris 

Disneyland Paris just shared the Entertainment schedule for this years Halloween Season. Halloween celebrations officially started today (October 1st, 2022) and feature several shows and entertainment offerings.  Here’s an overview of the showtimes on weekends:  Mickey’s Halloween Celebration 12:30 p.m. | 1:50 p.m. It’s Time to Shine Cavalcade 11:10 a.m. | 12:00 p.m. | 1:20Continue reading “Halloween Showtimes & Entertainment for Disneyland Paris “

Plans for the Upcoming Panoramic Restaurant of Walt Disney Studios 2.0 Leak

Construction crews are working non stop on the Walt Disney Studios Park expansion. Disneyland Paris is currently building Arendelle a.k.a. The Frozen land. The theme of the second land has yet to be confirmed but rumors are pointing to either Lion King or Avatar: The World of Pandora. The new single IP lands will unfoldContinue reading “Plans for the Upcoming Panoramic Restaurant of Walt Disney Studios 2.0 Leak”

Christmas Tree Being Tested Backstage at Disneyland Paris

The Christmas tree was recently being tested backstage at Disneyland Paris. It was spotted by @DLPRescueRanger in preparation for the upcoming Christmas season. The giant 24-meter-high Christmas tree (78,8 ft) weighs about 24 tons. Disneyland Paris teams decorate the flagship Christmas tree with more than 1000 ornaments. The trees led lights can be color synced to shows andContinue reading “Christmas Tree Being Tested Backstage at Disneyland Paris”

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