Many of you have come here to collect the precious sesame that will give you access to the Parks for a whole year. Open for 18 years now, the Annual Pass Office has become a must-see for fans. But it’s not just a place to register; it’s also a place steeped in ...

From the pioneers of Fort Comstock to the peaceful lands of Cottonwood Creek Ranch, Frontierland is a tribute to the conquest of the West and the gold rush as the legend and Hollywood portray. Let’s take a look at the films that inspired the making of Frontierland… The unique atmosphere ...

There is nothing like a good fire burning in the fireplace on the evening of December 24th to warm  you, gather together and eagerly wait for Santa Claus to come. At Disneyland Paris, there is no shortage of fireplaces and each one tells a story. Let’s take a look at ...

Even if you won’t exceptionally be able to visit us this Christmas, there is a magical place at Disneyland Paris where it’s Christmas every day of the year. Santa Claus’s Workshop? Almost! It’s La Boutique du Château! Let’s take a look! MY (VERY) BEAUTIFUL TREE… The Boutique du Château is the ideal place ...

We spoke to you in episode 3 of the series From our archives about the past menus of our restaurants. Discover today many food packaging items that have been offered in our counter service restaurants over the years! This placemat comes from the Café des Visionnaires, an ephemeral catering space that closed ...

On March 28, 1999 opened a new attraction at Disneyland Paris. In Honey, I shrunk the audience, visitors of the Imagination Insitute were reduced to Liliputian size, following a blunder by Professor Wayne Szalinski, a great inventor. We found promotional artifacts and visuals related to the opening of the attraction. Honey, I ...

On March 14 and 15, 2002, thousands of guests were invited to discover Walt Disney Studios Park for its inauguration. To this end, they received by by mail a large box reminiscent of an old-fashioned film reel … this one containing the official invitation as well as the weekend agenda! ...

Walt Disney was fond of animals, and notably dogs. He famously snuck Sunnee, a Chow-Chow, into a hatbox to surprise Lillian during Christmas – a surprise which inspired the famous opening sequence of Lady and the Tramp! From Pluto to Dante, we invite you for International Dog Day on a ...

This week, let’s dive back into the frenzy of the Grand Opening on April 12, 1992 (which actually started on April 10) … a very special weekend that neither the invited visitors nor the Cast Members present will forget so soon! Souvenir photos, commemorative merchandise, worldwide television broadcast … so ...

“I’m talking to you about a time, that the under 20s can’t know…” the Charles Aznavour song says. This week in this new episode, let’s explore the old menus of missing or modified restaurants! We’ll also go through some rare old menus along the way. Most of these menus date ...