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Disneyland Paris Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

See below for Disneyland Paris Concept Art. The Park is often regarded as one of the most beautiful in the Disney portfolio, and is famous for its financial history, which has been fraught with losses since the Park first opened. Despite these difficulties, the Park was the fifth most visited in 2012, just behind Tokyo DisneySea, hosting 11.2 million guests. The Park features a unique Castle, based around Sleeping Beauty, and contains some unique attractions, including Alice’s Curious Labyrinth and Space Mountain: Mission 2. The Park receives considerably more visitors than its Sister Park, the Walt Disney Studios Paris.

Disneyland Hotel Paris Concept Art

A concept of the Disneyland Paris Hotel, which stands at the entrance to the Park.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

Another Discoveryland concept, featuring Space Mountain.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

A concept for the Discoveryland area of the Park, Disneyland Paris’ answer to Tomorrowland at the American Parks.

Space Mountain Concept Art

A concept showing the exterior of Space Mountain.

Space Mountain Concept Art

A concept showing the launch tube of Space Mountain.

Space Mountain Concept Art

A concept showing the ride vehicles of Space Mountain.

Space Mountain Concept Art

An interior concept for Space Mountain.

Discoveryland Concept Art

A concept for Discoveryland.

Discoveryland Concept Art

A nighttime concept for Discoveryland.

Discoveryland Concept Art

A Discoveryland Concept. Note the Zeppelin shaped vehicles on the proposed Skyway. This attraction was never built.

Discoveryland Concept Art

A Discoveryland Concept showing the Nautilus.

Discoveryland Concept Art

A Space Mountain concept.

Main Street Disneyland Paris Concept Art

A concept showing the Horse drawn carriages of Main Street.

Casey Jr Circus Train

A concept showing a Casey Jr Circus Train float for the Park’s parade.

La Cabane des Robinson

A concept showing La Cabane des Robinson in Adventureland.

A concept showing the characters involved in Disney Dreams, Disneyland Park's nighttime show.

A concept showing the characters involved in Disney Dreams, Disneyland Park’s nighttime show.

Disneyland Paris Castle

A concept showing a Castle overlay for the Park’s 5th anniversary.

A concept showing Adventure Isle, which is not dissimilar to the finished product.

A concept showing Adventure Isle, which is not dissimilar to the finished product.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

Disneyland Paris Concept Art showing the Central Plaza of the Park.

Disneyland Hotel Paris

A concept showing the Disneyland Hotel Paris, which stands at the entrance to the Disneyland Park.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

A concept overview of the Park.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

A concept featuring a Parade float.

Main Street Disneyland Paris Concept Art

A concept showing the interior of a Store on Main Street.

Main Street Disneyland Paris Concept Art

Another Main Street Concept.

Disneyland Paris Concept Art

An overview of the Park’s central plaza.

Disneyland Paris Park Entrance

A concept showing the Park entrance, some of the Resort hotels and Disney Village.

Phantom Manor Concept Art

A poster promoting Phantom Manor, Disneyland Paris’ answer to the Haunted Mansion.

Frontierland Stunt Show

A concept elevation for a stunt show in Frontierland. The attraction was never built.

Disneyland Paris Park Entrance

A concept of the Park’s entrance.

Swing Into Spring

Swing Into Spring concept for the Park’s entrance, themed to Mary Poppins.

Swing Into Spring

Swing Into Spring concept featuring the Dalmations from 101 Dalmations.

Swing Into Spring

Swing Into Spring concept, showing 101 Dalmations, the Aristocats and Bambi.

World of Disney

World of Disney Store, in Art Deco style. Part of Disney Village.

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