Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris is Getting a MAJOR Makeover

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We have been seeing Disney theme parks update their castle weenies for some time now, and it seems like the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris is up next!

After Disneyland’s castle and Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom both received major updates rumors began to swirl on whether or not Disneyland Paris’ Sleeping Beauty Castle was going to received the same treatment. Now, thanks to DLP Report (@DLPReport), we can see that the castle will indeed be undergoing a refurbishment in the new year.

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris will undergo refurbishment in 2021. It will start in January and end for the 30th Anniversary

This will be the first time Sleeping Beauty Castle is refurbished on this scale at Disneyland Paris since the opening of the park. The makeover is happening so that the castle is decked out for the park’s 30th anniversary. This refurbishment has been a plan of 2 years in the making. The Artistic Director for Disneyland Paris Tracy Eck mentioned, “For the roofs, for example, we will work with craftsmen who also work on historical monuments,” which is pretty incredible.

Some parts of the castle are already being built offsite, and once they are complete Disneyland Paris will remove the old sections (mostly the towers) and replace them with the new. If you are planning on visiting Disneyland Paris in 2021 and are worried about what it is going to look like, there are some positives! Although the castle will be wrapped in a decorative scrim, the inside of the castle will still be available for Guests to enter. Plus the decorative covering is probably some of the most realistic we have seen to date with the castle being placed in separate 3-D sections that cover the work being done underneath.

Credit: DLP Report

At the moment, we do not know exactly what is going to be done to the castle, but in this video released by DLP Report, we can see blue tones being looked at so it seems the color scheme will not diverge too heavily from what we have now.

Stay tuned to Inside the Magic to find out more about the new Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris, and when it will be done! Currently, Disneyland Paris will remain closed until February 12th due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Are you excited to see Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris get a makeover?

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