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Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

See below for Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art. The Walt Disney Studios Park, which opened in 2002, is the Disneyland Paris Resort’s second gate, and is based on Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It is the smallest Disney Park, and hosts circa 4.7 million guests annually. This makes the Park the second most visited in Europe (after Sister Park Disneyland Paris), but 20th in the World. It is the least attended Disney Park, and opened to critical and commercial ridicule, much in the same vain as Disney’s California Adventure. Built on a shoestring, common complaints are the lack of a Disney feel in the Park, as well as the small number of attractions. The Park is the smallest Disney Park, but recent attempts to revive the Park have seen expansions and additions, most notably a version of Hollywood Studios’ Tower of Terror attraction.

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Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art

An original concept for the Park’s entrance.

Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art

An artist’s rendition of the Park’s entrance plaza.

Ratatouille Concept Art

A concept showing the exterior of Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity, currently being constructed at the Walt Disney Studios Paris.

Ratatouille Ride

Another Ratatouille Ride concept.

 

Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art

A concept showing the Toon Studio section of the Walt Disney Studios Park.

Walt Disney Studios Paris Concept Art

A concept overview of the Park.

Toon Studios Concept Art

A concept of the Toon Studios section of the Park, which is not dissimilar to the final product.

Toon Studios Concept Art

A concept showing an early iteration of Toon Studio. Note the addition of, ‘A Bug’s Land’, which borrows heavily from, ‘A Bug’s Land’ at Disney California Adventure. This portion of the Toon Studio was never constructed.

Studio One

A concept showing Studio One, the Park’s ‘Main Street’.

Toy Story Playland Concept Art

Toy Story Playland Concept Art, featuring Slinky Dog Zig Zag Spin, Toy Soldier Parachute Drop and RC Racer. Note the Studio Tour tram in the background, indicating the positioning and size of the land.

Rock and Roller Coaster Concept Art

Concept showing the Backlot of Walt Disney Studios Paris, featuring the Rock and Roller Coaster and Lights! Motors! Action! Stunt Show.

Toon Studio

Toon Studio meet and greet, which is almost identical to the finished product.

Ratatouille Ride Concept Art

Early Ratatouille Ride concept art.

Bistrot Chez Remy Concept Art

Bistrot Chez Remy concept, the new restaurant which has opened as part of the Ratatouille expansion.

MGM Studios Europe

MGM Studios Europe, the original concept for Paris’ second gate.

Front Lot Walt Disney Studios Paris

Front Lot concept, similar to the finished product.

Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Paris

Twilight Zone Tower of Terror concept, with the redeveloped Studio Tram Tour entrance to the right.

Cars Quatre Roues Rallye

Cars Quatre Roues Rallye concept, a part of Toon Studio.

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