Welcome to Disneyland Paris! In this Photo Report, we will be taking a look at Walt Disney Studios Park. Let’s do it!
Bonjour! It’ a pretty overcast day, but the rain held off for us.
The 25th Anniversary Celebration continues for a few more weeks.
First stop is Ratatouille. The wonderfully themed land is home to Ratatouille: The Adventure. At park open, this attraction sports a fairly short wait time, and single rider was a walk on! A version of this attraction is currently being built behind the France pavilion in Epcot.
Uh oh! There’s a broken fountain by Ratatouille that was causing some minor flooding in the area.
Over in Toy Story Playland we can see some themed fences… if only these made their way over to Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios.
Speaking of fences, a few of the fences and walls in the land were getting some much needed TLC. This domino themed wall is a popular photo spot for French Instagrammers.
Do these lights look familiar? Toy Story Land anyone? Anyway, some more work was being done in the relatively new land.
One last look at Toy Story Playland with the grey sky in the background.
Work continues on Tower of Terror at Walt Disney Studios Park.
The wait time seemed to hover around 15 minutes the entire day. This version of the attraction is nearly identical to the one that used to exist at California Adventure.
The Studio Tram Tour lives! It didn’t see any higher than a 15-minute wait on Monday, so you can see how popular it is…
Speaking of attractions that used to exist at Hollywood Studios… featuring a Lightning McQueen photo op.
There’s a high-speed fan by Armageddon that I guess is supposed to be a photo op?
Some more looks at the wonderful theming of the Backlot and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster…
The Singing in the Rain umbrella!
Flying Carpets Over Agrabah had a delayed opening due to “technical difficulties”.
A look at the wait times at 10 am… Crush’s Coaster was at 70 minutes.
Art of Disney Animation lives on as well! And so does the Sorcerer’s Hat…
Some Sunset Boulevard level theming at the Production Courtyard…
Disney Studio 1 get’s some much-needed work.
The Brown Derby isn’t a sit-down restaurant here…
And that’s it for this trip! Thanks for coming along for this trip!