Refurbishment Update – Dumbo at Disneyland Paris

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Dumbo at Disneyland Paris closed for its annual refurbishment this week, with a number of changes to the ride’s queue in particular a major part of the works. Whilst Disneyland Paris hasn’t released any details of the refurbishment, we could see major work going on with the paving of the attraction’s queue during our recent visit.

You can check out our photo update below:

Dumbo at Disneyland Paris

The elephant ride vehicles are partially covered at the moment.

Construction at Disneyland Paris

A little bit of decoration for the Park’s bland construction boards.

Dumbo the Flying Elephant Ride

Despite the construction walls, you can still see the majority of the ride.

Dumbo Ride Refurbishment

The paving within the ride’s queue has been pulled up.

Dumbo Ride Refurbishment

Looks like a big repaving project may be underway here.

Dumbo at Disneyland Paris

A big digger is currently sat under the queue cover, indicating major repaving work is taking place here.

Dumbo Ride Refurbishment

More paving work!

Cracked paving is certainly a problem at Disneyland Paris, so its nice to see the Park address the issue here. And with a popular attraction like Dumbo, that paving will certainly take a battering. We look forward to seeing the finished product, but no news yet on what (if any) upgrades are changes are happening to the rest of ride. Let’s hope a fresh coat of paint is on the cards for the attraction base, as it’s covered it moss and water stains at the moment. Time will tell!

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Luke Dunsmore

Luke Dunsmore is a lover of Theme Parks, and is the editor of ThemeParkInvestigator.Com, a news, review and opinion site dedicated to the fascinating World of Theme Parks. He lives in Manchester, UK.

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