In this first part of our Disneyland Paris Trip Reports, we will cover Main Street U.S.A., as well as Central Plaza and the Disney Dreams nighttime show. Be sure to stay with Theme Park Investigator for upcoming trip report editions!
We started our trip to the Disneyland Paris Resort with Disneyland Park. The Park’s entrance is beautiful, with the stunning Disneyland Hotel covering the entrance.
The Disneyland Hotel is an imposing structure, and you are able to see it from a number of areas around the Resort.
The entrance to the Park contains beautiful tiered gardens and water features.
I wasn’t a big fan of this clock, but its quite a striking part of the Hotel.
Some construction work going on at the Disneyland Hotel.
Moving on to Main Street U.S.A., this particular part of the Park is beautiful, and the Liberty and Discovery Arcades, unique to Disneyland Paris, complement the area nicely.
Disneyland Paris’ Main Street is particularly beautiful.
Walt’s Restaurant, with a reference to 1401 Flowers Street, home of Walt Disney Imagineering.
The entrance to the stunning Liberty Arcade, on the left side of Main Street.
This sign, which adorns an entrance to the backstage areas of Main Street, is a fine example of some of the stunning details that went into Disneyland Paris’ Main Street.
One of the Main Street windows (part of the Main Street Dentist), showcases the names of the five lead designers of each of the Park’s five lands.
The Central Plaza, with Space Mountain and the rest of Discoveryland in the background.
Main Street, looking towards the Park entrance and the Disneyland Hotel.
Market Street, to the right of Main Street.
Flowers Street, with Walt’s Restaurant on the right.
The Castle, from the path leading to Adventureland.
Another shot of the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
The booth which houses the control room for Disney Dreams!
Sleeping Beauty Castle, from Main Street (next to Casey’s).
The Castle at night, just before Disney Dreams!
Disney Dreams, showing the Castle projections.
Disney Dreams contains some impressive pyrotechnics.
And that’s it for part one of our Disneyland Paris Trip Report! Stay with Theme Park Investigator for our next installment, Frontierland.