Disneyland Paris Trip Report Part Four

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Welcome to our Disneyland Paris Trip Report Part Four! In this edition, we will cover Fantasyland at Disneyland Paris. This Fantasyland showcases different architectural styles from around Europe, and is certainly amongst the most beautiful of all the Fantasylands.

Toad Hall Disneyland Paris

Toad Hall! No ride unfortunately, but a nice little detail. This version houses a British Fish and Chip restaurant.

Le Pays des Contes de Fées

Guests sail past a giant story book on Le Pays des Contes de Fées.

Disneyland Paris Maintenance

Little bits of scruffiness like this detract from the wonderful detail in the ride.

Le Pays des Contes de Fées

Dopey!

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Le Pays des Contes de Fées

As you can see in the background, Casey Jr. interacts nicely with Le Pays des Contes de Fées.

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Le Pays des Contes de Fées

Broken water feature. Not good.

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Le Pays des Contes de Fées

This was the only show scene that didn’t really work.

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Le Pays des Contes de Fées

The Wizard of Oz at the beautiful Le Pays des Contes de Fées (Storybook Land Canal Boats). No Monstro the Whale though!

Casey Jr. Circus Train

Casey Jr. Circus Train!

Tea Cups Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris’ version of the Tea Cups is housed under a stunning glass marquee. Really beautiful.

Sleeping Beauty Castle Disneyland Paris

Sleeping Beauty Castle Disneyland Paris

The Castle looks beautiful at night.

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It's a Small World

Disneyland Paris’ version of It’s a Small World is beautiful, and everything was in top condition. The vibrancy of the show scenes was striking.

Peter Pan's Flight

Unfortunately, the squeaking caused by the movement of the boats was deafening in Peter Pan’s Flight. Get some oil on it Disneyland Paris!

Peter Pan's Flight

The shortest queue time we saw for Peter Pan’s Flight.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth

The White Rabbit stands at the entrance to Alice’s Curious Labyrinth.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth

Alice's Curious Labyrinth

Lack of maintenance like this is really disappointing.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth

Could do with a clean…

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Alice's Curious Labyrinth

Considering that this attraction hasn’t long had a refurbishment, peeling paint is really disappointing.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth

This is the only effect that didn’t really work.

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Fantasyland Disneyland Paris

There are beautiful views of Fantasyland from the Queen of Hearts Castle in Alice’s Curious Labyrinth.

It's a Small World

Small World after all?

Disneyland Paris Maintenance

Really not good…

Disneyland Paris Maintenance

And this broken lamppost isn’t good either…

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Fantasyland

Dumbo sits atop a nice little water feature, but I can’t help thinking it could be a bit more elaborate.

Fantasyland

Disneyland Paris Trip Report Part Four

The Peter Pan’s Flight facade is striking to say the least.

And that’s it for the Disneyland Paris Trip Report Part Four! Be sure to stay with Theme Park Investigator for Part Five, Discoveryland, and for our upcoming Walt Disney Studios Paris Trip Report. You can also find links to earlier editions below:

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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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