Much of our recent coverage has focused on the domestic Disney parks, and all the new updates coming to Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World; however, this morning let’s look ahead to 2019 at Disneyland Paris.
The action begins during the 2018 holidays, as recently explained by Disney Parks Blog’s, Thomas Smith:
- The resort has announced several “mouse”-do events celebrating Mickey’s 90th, including Mickey and his PhilharMagique Orchestra at the Discoveryland Theatre. The Big Cheese also appears in a ghoulish new float, Mickey’s Illusion Manor, during the park’s Halloween parade, and in the new “A Surprise For Mickey!” interactive show at Walt Disney Studios Parks during the Christmas season.
- Over the holidays, get ready to deck the halls for an Enchanted Christmas from November 10th through January 6th. Savor the most wonderful time of the year in Town Square where a giant Christmas tree will stand stately as a daily, gentle snowfall completes the postcard-perfect winter wonderland on Main Street, U.S.A.
- You can bet Mickey and his friends will put on their jolly holiday best to bring glad tidings to each guest, whether they watch Mickey drum in Mickey’s Big Band Christmas or catch everyone’s favorite goofball in Goofy’s Incredible Christmas.
Then, in the new year, Smith previewed several other events, including attractions, which feature some of our favorite action film heroes:
- The new year will ring in the return of the Pirates and Princesses Festival from January 19th through March 17, 2019.
- Legends of the Force: A Celebration of Star Wars will make the jump to lightspeed from January 12th through March 17th.
- Avengers, assemble! The Marvel Super Heroes will once again protect and take over Walt Disney Studios Park in 2019.
- The new Festival of the Lion King and Jungle will go wild from July through September 2019.
What a lineup!
Now that Disneyland Paris is entirely a part of The Walt Disney company, it seems very clear that the park is looking to align its attractions with the world’s other Disney destinations while maintaining a uniquely Parisian flair.
And there’s more coming, as evidenced by DSNY Newscast’s recent video:
Now, as I see the new offerings, my family and I are becoming more interested in a trip that includes Disneyland Paris.
But what about you? Are you thinking about Disneyland Paris as an alternative to Anaheim or Orlando?
Let us know in the comments below…