And still the snow comes tumbling down! This unusually cold Winter in Europe has brought extended periods of extensive snowfall to the lands around our beloved Magic Kingdom -- and, as these stunning pictures show, Disneyland Paris itself has been given quite a dusting, too...,
When our landscapes are given a white blanket like this, the whole world suddenly feels like a theme park. Paths don’t end where they normally do, the roads extend right up to the hedgerows, the fields and hills seem boundary-less.
If it seems unnatural having this much snowfall in our normal towns and villages, take a look at Disneyland Paris. The resort’s press department have been smart enough to brave the sub-zero temperatures to capture some beautiful views of the park with its current layer of strange white icing — from the “tropical” islands of Adventureland to the peaks of the Wild West!
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A medieval fantasy, frozen in time.
The spindly, creeping gardens of Phantom Manor halted by snow…
No better time to pop inside Bonaza Outfitters and wrap yourself up in some warm Western gear!
Not many takers for the outdoor seats today, with Cowboy Cookout Barbeque offering a roasting hot fire and live country music inside.
Pirates of the… Arctic Circle? Adventureland is a bizarre landscape of tropical snow.
Steaming through the winter landscape, nothing stops the Disneyland Railroad‘s grand circle tour.
As night falls, a warm Fantasyland tea party to celebrate your Unbirthday seems very inviting indeed.
Sun fading, there’ll be no wedding today.
A magical landscape lighting up the night, ready to brave it again tomorrow…
No Disney resort feels the full effects of the four seasons quite like Disneyland Paris. When you’re next gritting your driveway, imagine clearing and preparing every stretch of the two theme parks for guests each morning. If you’ve had trouble starting your car to get into work, imagine “firing up” the Disneyland Railroad engines on a bitterly cold morning and keeping them steaming around the park ’til sundown. Not to mention making sure the runaway trains of Big Thunder Mountain never get held up, and that Dumbo can can keep on flying.
In weather like this, the whole designed environment, the whole operation, is that bit more exceptional. And as you can see, exceptionally beautiful at the same time.
Pictures © Disney.