Disneyland Paris — home to Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park — just recently reopened following a rollercoaster of temporary closures.
Now that the theme parks and Resort is officially reopened to Guests, construction has resumed on several projections. We have reported on the highly-anticipated Iron Man-themed coaster beginning to take shape as well as new Premier Access signs (the newly implement paid FastPass system at Disneyland Paris) installed on select attraction entrances.
Most recently, we are seeing construction underway on the Castle Stage as workers are beginning to apply fresh new paint.
Per DLP Report on Twitter, the painting progress has begun on the Castle Stage and noticed that some benches were even missing:
Painting in progress at Castle Stage. Some benches are also missing:
? Painting in progress at Castle Stage. Some benches are also missing: pic.twitter.com/zNq0aFuUpo
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) July 30, 2021
It is great to see construction resuming on select projects at Disneyland Paris, and we cannot wait to see what the final outcome will be of the Castle Stage.
Inside the Magic will continue to update you as we get information regarding any construction at the Disney Parks.
When Disneyland Paris reopened on June 17, Guests were able to once again meet with Disney characters via the Selfie Spots around the theme parks as well as check out a new Star Wars Legends experience. Additionally, the Cheshire Cat Express Train featuring friends from Alice in Wonderland was also added to the park!
If you are ready to get back into the magic of Disneyland Paris, with new and returning experiences, please keep in mind that Guests must abide by the new safety protocols. Before visiting the theme parks, be sure to visit the Disneyland Paris website and familiarize yourself with the health and safety rules.
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