Take a Virtual Tour Through Disneyland Paris and Say Bonjour to Mickey and Minnie
It might be some time before guests can enter the gates of the Disney parks around the globe, as each of the six Disney properties remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the good news is, there are still plenty of ways to snag a dose of Disney magic from the comfort of your home, whether you’re using your creative skills to create homemade versions of your favorite rides, taking advantage of Disney’s free drawing classes online, or simply enjoying virtual ride experiences on the couch as you reminisce about your first trip back once it’s safe to travel.
If you’ve always dreamed of checking off every park on your Disney bucket list but haven’t made it to Disneyland Paris yet—or you have been and simply want to say re-bonjour (that’s hello again in French, by the way!)—you can now do so without your passport or a plane trip to Paris.
As reported by Disney Parks Blog, fans can enjoy the new Disneyland Paris “Once Upon A Time” video series, a library of videos that give a close-up look behind-the-scenes of the two Paris parks: Disneyland Paris, which became Disney’s first and only park in Europe when it opened its gates to the public on April 12, 1992, and its sister park, the Walt Disney Studios Park, which opened nearly a decade later on March 16, 2002.
Disney Imagineer Laurent Cayuela serves as the host of the series, which is in French with English subtitles and offers a whopping 30 videos. Get all kinds of insider knowledge and an intimate peek at the park’s most charming lands, world-class attractions, and resort hotels, so you can truly dream up your day at Disney when your travels next take you to France.
The videos range between two and six minutes each, so you can watch them all at once or whenever you need a little Parisian pixie dust in your day.