Theme park fans can now tour many parts of Disneyland Park at Disneyland Paris from home thanks to the theme park being documented for Google Street View. The images/recordings for Google Street View were taken in July 2021. The park was void of guests for the Google Street View documentation, but full of Disney characters to liven up the experience.
Tour Disneyland Paris on Google Street View:
The announcement that Disneyland Paris was on Google Street View was made on the Disneyland Paris Facebook page on December 3, 2021:
Disneyland Paris also posted an announcement in French to the park’s Twitter account:
Découvrez Disneyland Paris sous un nouvel angle avec Google Street View 🌍— Disneyland Paris (@DisneylandParis) December 3, 2021
Saurez-vous retrouver tous les Personnages Disney qui se cachent à travers les Parcs lors de votre promenade virtuelle
▶ https://t.co/j29MWdR6xE pic.twitter.com/EZxQF3s52Y
Disneyland Paris is the first Disney theme park to use sophisticated methods and “exclusive techniques” to fully document an empty Disney park for fans to enjoy on Google Street View.
Unfortunately, the Sleeping Beauty Castle was under refurbishment at the time the recordings were taken so instead of the actual castle, viewers see an “overlay” of the castle. The castle refurbishment is part of the 30th-anniversary celebration plans for Disneyland Paris. The park will turn 30 years old in 2022.
Quick Disneyland Paris History
Euro Disneyland opened to the public on April 12, 1992. After two years of struggling and owing debts, Euro Disney, in 1994, changed the name of the park to Disneyland Paris. New attractions were opened to bring in guests and in 1995 the park posted its first profitable year.
In 2002, a second park was opened on the property: Walt Disney Studios Park. Eventually, the complex was named Disneyland Paris with the two parks being Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
Disneyland Park is divided into the following lands:
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