Updates to Space Mountain and Nautilus have been confirmed at the Euro Disney Annual General Meeting for shareholders, along with a season of Frozen this summer, including a Frozen show arriving at the Chapperal theatre. Furthermore the proposed recapitalisation plan was overwhelmingly approved, facilitating the resort with a net ~€250million to spend on reinvestments in the resort.
Two classic Discoveryland attractions – Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Les Mystères du Nautilus have closed today for prolonged refurbishment ahead of summer. The Videopolis Theatre and Café Hyperion have also closed for refurbishment.
2014 may be drawing to a close, but the rumour mill has kept on going and boy do we have some great new speculation to sink our teeth into. We have effective confirmation of Space Mountain’s update, which is nothing particularly new, but now we’ve also had Nautilus and the Jedi Training Academy thrown into the mix for closure and re-opening all at the same time! Clearly we’ve got some big goings-on in Discoveryland, so keep on reading and we’ll delve 20,000 leagues into the rumours…
2014 marked Magical DLP’s first full year in operation after Andrew (my boss!) opened the show in November 2013. Half way through 2014 I came onto the scene to help deliver news and opinion – little did I know that I’d also be finding myself co-hosting a Podcast! At Disneyland Paris 2014 has been another year packed full of excitement, with the cherry on the top of course being the opening of the major new attraction, Ratatouille: The Adventure, alongside the usual rumour and speculation of what else might be coming soon. So as the year draws to a close, I’m rounding up my favourite Magical DLP stories to help us look back and appreciate what a magical year we’ve had.