Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast To Close For Lengthy Refurbishment in 2020 in Disneyland Paris

Calling all Space Rangers! We have learned that Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast will be closing for a lengthy seven month refurbishment in Disneyland Paris early next year.

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The ever-popular Discoveryland attraction will be closed from January 6th to July 31st next year. According to DLP Welcome, the work done will include a renovation of the attraction facade and the re-painting of the ride vehicles and scenery.

According to ED92, the Flying Carpets Over Agrabah attraction in Walt Disney Studios Parc will be replacing Buzz as an offering for the Disneyland Paris pre-paid Super and Ultimate Fastpass tickets.

Does this affect your Disneyland Paris 2020 plans at all? Be sure to let us know in the comments. But don’t forget that (for the first time in forever), Disneyland Paris will host a special Frozen Celebration event from January through May, so there’s always fun and magical new things to explore in the parks!

7 thoughts on “Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast To Close For Lengthy Refurbishment in 2020 in Disneyland Paris”

  1. I don’t think closing an attraction for 7 months is justified when there are already so few attractions at DLP. My sister is taking her kids there for the first time next April and I’m gutted they won’t be able to ride this. I completely understand things need to be updated and refreshed but 7 months seems like a lengthy time for such a major attraction. (Adding to Aerosmith being closed too)

  2. We were just there in September and so many things that were not working. One time my gun wouldn’t even work. And when i did get a working gun the targets were malfunctioning. It wasn’t even fun to ride it. It is in desperate need of a refurb.

  3. Paris tends to announce a refurb period and extent that more often than not. I mean, I was in Paris last March and Autopia and the Disneyland Railroad were already a long time into a refurb, and to date they still are! And I think I was at a good moment there, because if you go now the Studios park is half closed, for the building of the Marvel area but still, and Disneyland Park also has always a number of rides in refurb. I wouldn’t consider going again until about 2024 when they are supposed to have finished the Studios extension. That should not be the case. (And I’m not even going into the food problems they have there, with seemingly all restaurants being closed, making it a quest to find a meal.)

    Oh and about “but they have a festival!”, those are fun, don’t get me wrong, but you don’t get me back just with a festival. They’ve played that card for the longest time now. It’s new rides we need. Not only in the Studios park but also in the Disneyland Park, as the last proper new ride is Space Mountain!

  4. We went to Disneyland Paris in May this year and this ride was closed for refurbishment. Now we are going in February 2020 and it’s closed again. So disappointing.
    Keeping the ride closed for that long isn’t justified either.

  5. Bummed to hear this as we’ll be traveling in June. Refurbs are a necessity but always a bummer when they impact your trip ☹️. Especially your first one. Thanks for the update.

  6. I’ll from Phoenix Arizona and will be going to Disneyland Paris for the first time ever March 22-28th 2020. Do you know what rides/attractions will be closed for refurbishment at that time?

  7. if we had known this when booking, we would not have booked! This is one of our favorite rides, and next year, when we come in April, it will be sadly missed!!! We are 17 in our party! Flying carpets can not replace this!

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