12 Facts About Disneyland Paris


Disneyland Paris Park is the original theme park of the complex, opening in 1992.

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Disneyland Paris celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017, by then 320 million people had visited, making it the most visited theme park in Europe.

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Disneyland Paris is the only Disney resort outside of the United States to be completely owned by The Walt Disney Company.

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Under the leadership of E Cardon Walker, Tokyo Disneyland opened in 1983 in Japan with instant success, forming a catalyst for international expansion.

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Plans for a theme park next to Euro Disneyland Paris based on the entertainment industry, Disney-MGM Studios Europe, quickly went into development, scheduled to open in 1996 with a construction budget of US$2.

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In September 2019, Powell exited her post as president of the park west division with division dissolving and Disneyland Paris transferred to Disney Parks International, East region reverting to its prior name.

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On 1 June 2019, Disneyland Paris sponsored the Magical Pride Party, an LGBTQ celebration.

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On 15 March 2020, in line with other Disney parks and resorts, Disneyland Paris was shut down due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

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Disneyland Paris contains 2 theme parks, 8 resort hotels, 7 associated hotels, a golf course, a high-speed rail station, a large outlet centre, and a large shopping mall: Val d'Europe.

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The Disneyland Paris Hotel is located over the entrance of the Disneyland Paris Park and is marketed as the most prestigious hotel on property.

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Disneyland Paris has strict rules designed to prevent guests from seeing backstage areas of the park.

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Disneyland Paris announced the fourth edition of the 3-day festival in 2020 starting from 4 July.

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