Disneyland Paris opened its second gate, Walt Disney Studios Park, on March 16, 2002. It remains Disney's least-visited theme park worldwide, though it ranks as the fourth-most visited park in Europe, trailing its older sibling as well as Europa Park and Efteling.
Disney Parks is the middle of a major reconstruction project for Walt Disney Studios Park which brought a Marvel-themed Avengers Campus in 2022. Otherwise, the park is dominated by Pixar franchises and a second-generation Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride, with a new Frozen-themed land on the way.
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Other rides include Crush's Coaster (height requirement: 42 inches), a "Finding Nemo"-themed Maurer Rides indoor spinning coaster. This one is known for low capacity and long wait times.
Cars Road Trip is a Cars retheme of Catastrophe Canyon from what is left of the old Backlot Studio Tour.
Worlds of Pixar's Toy Story Playland offers the Intamin Surfrider RC Racer (47 inches), Slinky Dog ZigZag Spin, and Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop (32 inches). The park's other attractions are the Cars Quatre Roues Rallye and Flying Carpets Over Agrabah spinners in Toon Studio.
Other shows in the park include Frozen: A Musical Invitation, the Marvel-themed Hero Training Center and Avengers: Power the Night projection show, the interactive Stitch Live!, and The Disney Junior Dream Factory.
The park's other main dining location is Restaurant en Coulisse in the Front Lot entry building.
Disneyland Paris is located 20 miles east of Paris and served by the Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy train station. You can access the resort via RER from Paris or a quick, direct TGV ride from the Charles De Gaulle Airport.