The night-time show Disney Dreams®! of Christmas
For the opening of “La Place de Rémy”, the new land within Walt Disney Studios Park, on 10 July, the biggest names in French gastronomy joined forces to create a book celebrating the little gourmet rat’s favourite recipe, ratatouille!
The Disneyland Paris show director, who is currently putting finishing touches on the nighttime spectacular, Disney Dreams! of Christmas, which now features several new scenes, most of which are based on “Frozen”. The show launches on 9 November.
21 June 2014 – Disneyland Paris is set to open its 60th attraction, Ratatouille : L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy, the anchor for La Place de Rémy – a new themed area that brings the world of the film to life. La Place de Rémy will also feature Bistrot Chez Rémy, a table-service restaurant, and a special boutique, Chez Marianne (Souvenirs de Paris)*. The immersive new attraction will whisk guests off for a crazy, culinary adventure in one of the capital’s most chic dining establishments, Chez Gusteau, offering a comical rat’s eye view into the world of Remy. Guests begin their adventure on the rooftops of Paris before boarding ratmobiles to scurry through the restaurant’s cold store and dining room overseen by the intimidating Chef Skinner. Ratatouille : L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy combines the storytelling savoir-faire of Disneyland Paris with the latest technology for a flavourful and fun adventure the entire family can enjoy.
Disneyland Paris has just previewed an entirely new area dedicated to Ratatouille, a Disney•Pixar movie that is très français. Named “La Place de Rémy” in honour of the movie’s lovable hero, the area has officially opened in Walt Disney Studios Park on 10 July 2014, with a brand new attraction for guests to enjoy.
This Christmas will see Merida, the Scottish princess from the film Brave, appear at Disneyland Paris for the very first time. Also happening: For the first time, guests will be able to meet Anna and Elsa, the sisters from hit Frozen, in person. Children will be spellbound by these encounters, and there will be plenty […]
For two months, from 9 November to 7 January, Disneyland Paris will be celebrating Christmas in style with a list of presents and experiences for young and old alike, created as only Disney knows how.