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It was during a large-scale press conference that the Parisian resort just announced the major new features that would soon await its guests.

A few days ago, we already reported to you concerning the advances in robotics in the person of Disney's Audio-animatronics, part of the 60 billion dollars that will be invested in parks around the world in the coming years.

Well on the occasion of the 32 years at the resortthat we are celebrating today, it is the time to discover what surprises await us in our beloved French parks which are Disneyland Paris and the Walt Disney Studios.

New name for a new life!

You will no longer recognize Disneyland Paris

© Disneyland Paris

It's a rumor that was making the rounds among fans of Disneyland Paris at the moment moment. Commonly called “the second park”, the Walt Disney Studios will now be called “Disney Adventure World“. A new name which seems logical when we know that the interior of Studio 1 as we know it since the opening of this second park in 2002 is in the process of disappearing in favor of an update, still on the Hollywood theme.

The disappearance of the Studio Tram Tour for the benefit of Cars Road Trip (much to the chagrin visitors who will make the mistake of rushing into this attraction having undergone a more than lazy renovation) ended up putting a real end to the Hollywood studio atmosphere of the park. Thus, by becoming “Disney Adventure World“ the old studios show their ambitions to shed this image of the worst Disney park in the world which sticks so closely to it. We can count on the opening of the Frozen land to help him.

The work is progressing

You will no longer recognize Disneyland Paris

© Disneyland Paris

Precisely, the land of the Snow Queen is still under construction, where a gigantic lake will appear. While the first facades are now visible, Disneyland Paris wanted to update us on the progress of the work without giving us an end date for the work.

Enough to impress guests who will be able to enjoy these new features soon. It is no great surprise, however, that we had no information about the Star Wars landwho was also supposed to appear at what was formerly Walt Disney Studios. A project which according to rumors would have been canceled, probably following the lack of popularity of the last trilogy.

The Disney Village is also undergoing a complete facelift for increasingly immersive shopping and dining experiences. The Disney Fashion and Disney Gallery stores will merge to become one large unified store. Everything should open before the end of the year, which means that the work is going pretty quickly.

The rebirth of Space Mountain?

Who said the first park was neglected ? Waiting for a real new attraction since the opening of Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast 18 years ago now, it is not today that we will have the pleasure of announcing this type of information to you. The rumors concerning Space Mountain and a return to a theme around Jules Vernes turned out to be false, or at least the announcement n’ will not have taken place today.

Alice and the Queen of Hearts: Return to Wonderland

You will no longer recognize Disneyland Paris

© Disneyland Paris

For its new show which will take place where the stunt show formerly took place “Moteurs, Action!”, Disneyland Paris made a rather original choice, one might say. Here, we are talking about a BMX acrobatics show on the theme of Alice in Wonderland. Spectators will be involved in the show by choosing between the Queen of Hearts and Alice. The show will take place from May 25. While waiting to see exactly what it will be like, we can only advise you to discover with us behind the scenes of the new drone show at Disneyland Paris. What do you think of these new features ?

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116