Disneyland Paris Launches New “Disneyland Paris At Home” Website Featuring Recipes, Videos, Coloring Pages, and More

Disneyland Paris just turned 28 yesterday, and despite the park’s indefinite closure, they’re making sure to bring as much magic as possible to everyone staying at home. Now, you can enjoy “Disneyland Paris at home”, a new online platform brimming with videos, recipes, and activities for the whole family to enjoy. The website was launched as a supplement to the main Disney Magical Moments site, which acts as the main hub for official Disney Parks content throughout the extended closures.

You can head on over to Disneyland Paris At Home by clicking this link.

Once there, you can find coloring pages themed to the parks and their various characters, plus an Arts & Crafts page, and Disney-themed games and printables.

If it’s recipes you’re looking for, you can find out how to make Plantain Banana “Mille-Feuille” from Captain Jack’s, Sven’s Crunchy Pavlova from The Silver Spur Steakhouse, and The Inventions Restaurant’s Red Lentil Salad. (Do note that the recipes are in French.)

Best of all, you can see full virtual viewings of fireworks spectaculars, like “Disney Illuminations”. New videos will be uploaded weekly.

Are you missing the beautiful grounds of Disneyland Paris during the closure? Let us know in the comments.

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