Built in 1992, Disneyland Park is the first and prime theme park at Disneyland Paris.
The most visited theme park in Europe lies in Marne-la-Vallee, 32 km east of Paris.
Disneyland Paris is now home to the following parks:
- Disneyland Park
- Walt Disney Park
- Seven resorts
- Rail Station
- Golf course
- Disney Village
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The 140-acre Disneyland Park Paris contains five theme lands that appeal to everyone, regardless of age.
Main Street USA
Main Street USA is the official gateway of Disneyland Park and welcomes visitors with the charm of 19th century America.
Visit arcades and shop for souvenirs while riding authentic horse-drawn streetcars and vintage Main Street vehicles.
A steam-powered engine in the Main Street Station takes you around all five zones.
Frontierland features exciting slides, thrilling rides and a haunted manor inspired by wild western America.
Take a walk around Thunder Mesa City and discover Big Thunder Mountain, Boot Hill, Phantom Manor and more.
Disneyland Paris transports you to the Caribbean, the Amazon and Africa through a series of thrilling rides and entertainment.
Adventureland is the perfect place to explore abandoned caves, mysterious temples and shop at unique boutiques like Temple Traders and Indiana Jones.
Do you wish to teleport to a land of dreams and imagination?
Fantasyland will take you there!
The prime attraction of Disneyland Park Paris, the Castle of Sleeping Beauty, marks the entrance of Fantasyland.
Moving forward, Disney classics like Snow White, Pinnochio, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland and more surround you.
We suggest you not miss the Disney restaurants and boutiques of Fantasyland.
Discoveryland is the land of future and space!
The retrofuture land lets you take part in intergalactic wars, zoom past in fancy cars, and hop on an epic ride to space.
After all the adrenaline-spiking games, we’d recommend you to watch laid-back musicals and Disney originals at Videopolis.
Meet ‘n’ Greet
Enjoy the opportunity to click pictures with your favorite Disney characters who stroll past all zones.
You can find:
- Mary Poppins and Bert, Max, Stitch, Tigger, Winnie the Pooh in Main Street USA
- Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland at Fantasyland
- Rafiki around Adventureland
- Goofy Cowboy in Frontierland
Make sure to look at the map of Disneyland Park Paris, or you might lose yourself in the land of magic.
Disneyland Park Timings
Disneyland Park in Paris has varying hours of operation, but it is usually open from 9.30 am to 11 pm.
The guests staying at the Disneyland hotels and annual pass holders can access the park an hour earlier.
Hence you can avail of the Extra Magic Time if you stay at the Disneyland hotel.
Most tickets offer a default visit to Disneyland Park Paris and some include optional time at the Walt Disney Studios park.
Book your Disneyland Paris park tickets from our top picks:
– 1-day ticket
– 1-day flexible ticket
– Multi-day ticket
– Express Tickets and Shuttle Transport
– 1 Day Ticket with Transport from Paris
– Disneyland + Seine River + Audio Guide ticket
– Paris Zoo + Disneyland Paris ticket
Disneyland Park FAQs
How many theme parks in Disneyland Paris?
There are two theme parks in Disneyland Paris: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
What are the two Disneyland Paris parks?
The two Disneyland Paris parks are Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
Disneyland Park is the original park at Disneyland Paris.
It features classic attractions such as Main Street USA, Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and Discoveryland.
Walt Disney Studios Park’s theme is around the world of movies and television.
It includes attractions based on popular Disney and Pixar franchises such as Toy Story, Ratatouille, and Star Wars.
What castle is in Disneyland Paris?
The castle in Disneyland Paris is called ‘Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant,’ or ‘The Castle of Sleeping Beauty’ in English.
It is inspired by the castle featured in the Disney animated film ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and is a prominent landmark in the park.
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