Disneyland Paris is 30 years old and its metamorphosis can even be seen from the sky

Disneyland Paris is 30 years old and its metamorphosis can even be seen from the sky

ENTERTAINMENT – It’s a day of celebration at Disneyland Paris. The amusement park opens this Wednesday, July 20 a brand new area called Marvel Avengers Campus (Disney Studios). The public will be able to launch their web like Spider-Man, fly with Iron Man or even eat in an experimental laboratory.

This extension is the latest in a long series for Disneyland Paris, which celebrated its 30th birthday this year. The maps of the National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information (IGN) prove it to usin the video to discover at the top of the article.

When it was inaugurated on April 12, 1992, the park located in the town of Marne-la-Vallée already included “Phantom Manor” or “Big Thunder Mountain”, attractions still on offer today. But visitors had to wait until 1993 before boarding the “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril” roller coaster for the first time and 1995 to test the mythical “Space Mountain”, a carousel completely in the dark.

In addition to offering these new attractions, Disneyland also opened a second park in 2002, Disney Studios. An area located south of the original park, and whose various facilities are, again, easily visible on the fascinating archives of the IGN.

From the sky, you can see the transformation of a parking lot into a roller coaster, the “Crush’s Coaster”, an attraction inaugurated in 2007 and inspired by the film The world of Nemo. A few meters away stands the now unmissable “Tower of Terror”, also inaugurated in 2007.

Other attractions around Toy Story and Ratatouille have since been added to this park, respectively in 2010 and 2014. Two new universes are to emerge in the coming years: the first devoted to the saga Star Warsthe second to Snow Queen.

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