Disneyland Paris Is Reopening in June With New Rides, Selfie Spots, and a New Hotel
“We have all been dreaming of this moment,” the park’s president said.
Disneyland Paris will welcome park-goers once again next month after postponing the reopening for months amid lockdowns in France, the park shared with Travel + Leisure.
The theme park, which sits just outside the City of Lights, will say bonjour to guests on June 17 with limited tickets and an online reservation system, which will also be required annual pass holders. All guests 6 and older will be required to wear face masks except when eating and more than 2,000 sanitizing and hand washing stations are available throughout the park, according to Disney.
“We have all been dreaming of this moment,” Natacha Rafalski, the president of Disneyland Paris, said in a statement provided to T+L. “The moment we can reunite and enjoy unforgettable moments with our family and friends. When Disneyland Paris reopens, our Guests will be able to enjoy the outstanding experiences we are known for, from iconic attractions and new heart-warming Character moments to unique interactions with our Cast Members and even a few surprises along the way.”
When it comes to rides, fan-favorites like Star Wars: Hyperspace Mountain, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Ratatouille: The Adventure will be ready to thrill guests of all ages, while a new ride, Cars ROAD TRIP, will bring park goers on a trip down Route 66 to “discover local natural wonders like The World’s Largest Lugnut and the Cars-tastrophe Canyon.”