A Classic Disneyland Paris Ride Is Changing!

Bonjour from Disneyland Paris! We have some wonderful news on upcoming changes to a classic attraction found in Storybook Land!


Two new additions and a refurbishment are coming to the Disney Park in France. We’ve got our berets in hand, so come join us as we head off to Disneyland Paris!

In 1994, Le Pays des Contes de Fées was created with Walt Disney’s vision in mind.


This attraction does just that with some favorite Disney settings for guests, 15 at a time, to spot along their gentle boat journey.  These famous sightings include the Beast’s castle from Beauty and the Beast, Rapunzel’s high tower from Tangled, and the Cave of Wonders from Aladdin.

The entrance to Toad Hall [a fast food restaurant] in Disneyland Paris. [Chuck Schmidt]
The news? Disneyland Paris’ classic attraction will be getting a facelift and two new scenes added to the lineup in 2024. These additions will be inspired by Frozen and Winnie the Pooh.

The first addition will feature Elsa’s Ice Palace and the majestic North Mountain from Frozen. Imagineers are working closely with Disneyland Paris Central Shops to create a mini version of these famous tundra-esque landscapes. Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven will also make an appearance, as they make their way to Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post.


The second mini-land will be from Winnie the Pooh. As the boat goes through its enchanted forests, guests will catch a glimpse of the 100-acre Wood, featuring Pooh’s treehouse.


In addition to these two new landscapes, Le Pays des Contes de Fées will also undergo a complete refurbishment over the next year.


We are so excited to see these new, miniature additions from our favorite childhood Disney stories be integrated into this classic Disneyland Paris attraction!

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