Disneyland Paris is currently seeing some major construction projects beginning to take shape.
Thanks to aerial photos shared by DLPreport.com we get a fantastic look at everything new and exciting coming to Disneyland Paris!
Disneyland Paris is receiving their own Avengers Campus similar to Disney’s California Adventure. Disney describes Avenger’s Campus as:
Avengers Campus will immerse guests in action-packed adventures with incredible attractions, heroic encounters and new restaurants as seen in this new concept art above!
Here is a view of what will become Mission Control:
The Iron Man Roller Coaster:
And lastly, for the Avengers Campus, we have the Spider-Man attraction:
We cannot wait for the Avengers Camus to open!
Cars Route 66
Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic is being re-themed to the Disney Pixar Cars franchise, which will be renamed to Cars Route 66. You can read all the details about the change here.
Frozen Themed Land
Disneyland Paris announced they would be adding a Frozen-themed area to the theme park. It will be an addition to their Walt Disney Studios Park and you can read the details of the construction here!
The construction is slow on the Frozen area of the park, but here is what it looks like currently:
You can compare this construction photo with our previous report coving the construction of this new area of the park.
This is what Disney had to say about the new Frozen land coming to the park:
The “Frozen” frenzy continues in the coming years with a new themed area dedicated to this beloved story, which is part of the multi-year expansion of the Walt Disney Studios Park. As part of the fully immersive land and seen in the new concept art above, guests will see the snow-capped mountain of Arendelle in the distance opposite a magnificent lake, with an attraction that will take them to the center of the kingdom. The area will also include character encounters, a new restaurant and a shop securing a permanent presence of this beloved franchise at Disneyland Paris.
We cannot wait to see how things continue to develop as construction continues around Disneyland Paris!
What new attraction are you most excited to see completed? Let us know in the comments!