Scaffolding and Tarps Erected at Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain

Phil Wood

A large building is under construction or renovation, covered in scaffolding and white tarps, with a green fence surrounding the site. Amidst the cloudy sky, an auto draft of blueprints sways gently as people walk nearby.

Scaffolding and Tarps Erected at Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain

Scaffolding and tarps have been erected around the “maintenance bay” of Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, signaling that the attraction’s rumored conversion back to Space Mountain at Disneyland Paris is drawing near.

Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain Construction

A large building is under construction or renovation, covered in scaffolding and white tarps, with a green fence surrounding the site. Amidst the cloudy sky, an auto draft of blueprints sways gently as people walk nearby.
Image Source: DLPWorks

X user DLPWorks has shared photographs of scaffolding and white tarps that now surround part of the exterior of Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain. The area under construction is expected to be a “maintenance bay” which will be integral to construction workers as they convert the attraction back to Space Mountain.

The teal walls in front of the new construction materials first appeared at the end of May. In the last update, the dirt-filled area behind the walls featured much more plant life than now.

People wait in line outside a building for Hyperspace Mountain at Disneyland Paris on a sunny day, celebrating the park's 30th Anniversary.

Internet rumors have suggested for months that Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain will convert back to Space Mountain for the attraction’s 30th anniversary. The overlay, which temporarily appears annually at Disneyland Park in honor of “Star Wars” Season of the Force, has been a permanent fixture at Disneyland Paris since 2017.

A closure or conversion for the ride has not yet been announced.

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2 thoughts on “Scaffolding and Tarps Erected at Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain”

  1. Maybe you could say in the title which park the news comes from.
    Not every one knows all things of everything, and clicking on everything to find out is a little irritating.
    I’m saying this as constructively as I can. No negativity intended.

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