Plan your 1992 Euro Disneyland trip

As we are unable to transport you to the park through our live coverage, we decided to appeal to nostalgia and send you back to 1992, more precisely, in summer, just a few months after the opening of Euro Disney. Prepare your stay and discover or rediscover the disappeared attractions and restaurants, the incredible menus that have nothing to do with what the park offers nowadays and much more. Enjoy your visit to the brand new Euro Disney Resort!

« To all who come to this happy place, welcome. Once upon a time… a master storyteller, Walt Disney, inspired by Europe’s best loved tales, used his own special gifts to share them with the world. He envisioned a Magic Kingdom where these stories would come to life, and called it Disneyland. Now his dream returns to the land that inspired it. Euro Disneyland is dedicated to the young and the young at heart… with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration for all the world. »

— Michael D. Eisner, April 11, 1992.

Open since April 12, 1992, the Euro Disneyland park offers Disney magic to young and old alike, just a stone’s throw from Paris. This guide is there to help you organize your next stay. We wish you, in advance, an incredible stay on site!

Whether it’s sunny, rainy, windy or snowy, Euro Disneyland is open all year long, Do not worry, the park is prepared for any type of weather. Even though we hope you’ll be enjoying a sunny day in the park, in case of rain, you’ll be able to procure a Mickey themed yellow poncho in any of the shops. 

Park opening hours are season dependent. 

  • Mid April to Octobre : opening at 9am and closing between 7pm and 12am
  • Novembre to mid April : 10am-6pm on weekdays and 10am-7pm for the weekend
    Exceptions:
  • Mid December to early January :  9am-10pm ( or midnight on a couple of days)
  • School Holidays and July/August : 9am-12am

You can book a long stay by phone directly with the park or through your travel agency. You will benefit from the “ Length of Stay Passeport ”, a passport valid for the entire duration of your stay, priority access to the Park and free transport service throughout Euro Disneyland.

If you only want to go there for a single day, ticket offices are available at the entrance of the Park (here called Passports).

The Passport offers unlimited access to all attractions except  Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery  (extra costs) in Frontierland.

  • Children rate: 3 to 11 years old: £15
  • Adult rate: over 12 years old: £23

The park is free for children under 3 years old. Please note, all children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult at all time.

The park is composed of a campsite and six hotels around Bunea Vista lake (except for the Disneyland Hotel situated at the entrance of the park)

Each one of them has a different theme to make sure to satisfy all tastes. The rooms are designed for a family of four, the check-in begins at 3pm and check-out must be done before 11am the day of your departure. Note that all rooms are smoke free

To make your stay as pleasant as possible, the Euro Disney Tram, with its blue and white roof and its pennants allows you to go around the lake for free and serves Disney Festival, the Newport Bay Club, the Sequoia Lodge and the New Hotel York.

Based on the Belle Epoque theme, this hotel was built in the style of a Victorian palace and is located at the entrance of the park. It is the most upscale hotel in Euro Disneyland.

500 rooms including 11 adapted for disabled people and 21 suites

  • High Season: £199 per night for a room (£415 for a suite)
  • Medium Season: £164 (£343 the suite)
  • Low Season: £133 (£276 the suite)
  • California Grill: Dedicated to Californian gastronomy, the menu changes according to the seasons: Grilled salmon with maple syrup frosting, veal chop with black olives, polenta and tomato compote with basil, poppy seed cookies, mascarpone and strawberries, rhubarb compote, Californian wines…. Open from noon to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to midnight.
  • Inventions: 4 buffets offer regional American specialties: New England Clam Chowder, New Orleans Jambalaya, California Cioppio , Florida lime meringue pie, Boston cream pie…. A breakfast with Disney characters is available from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. The restaurant is open every day from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Café Fantasia: Perfect for breakfast, it also serves sandwiches, salads and ice creams to compose yourself during the day. Open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Main Street Lounge: This piano bar offers a moment of relaxation in a cozy setting with an exceptional view of Main Street. Open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

The Hotel also has a gift shop, a health club, an indoor heated swimming pool, games rooms and the Castle Club: private access and privileged services on certain floors (contact reception for more details).

It recreates the special atmosphere of the Big Apple. In the shape of an eight-story skyscraper, it offers a reconstruction of Central Park and an outdoor skating rink at Rockefeller Plaza during the winter, which becomes a water jet pool in the summer.

574 rooms, 13 adapted for disabled people and 26 suites.

  • High Season: £164 per night for a room (£246 for a suite)
  • Medium Season: £138 (£205 the suite)
  • Low Season: £112 (£164 the suite)
  • Rainbow Lounge: This elegant lounge bar offers an aperitif or a last drink with the view of Central Park and Lake Buena Vista. Open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
  • Rainbow Room: This luxury restaurant offers à la carte specialties: Rockefeller oysters , truffled foie gras, veal Oscar, Norwegian omelette, Wines of the best vintage … A dance floor lets you let off steam to the tunes of big jazz bands. Open every morning for the “Disney show breakfast” and from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. for lunch and dinner.
  • Parkside Diner: Fancy a modern American meal? This restaurant offers ground meat terrine, mashed potatoes, grilled veal chops, milk shakes, white chocolate and banana tart. Open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • 57th Street Bar: A last drink? This bar, located in the large lounge in the entrance hall, offers a large choice of typical New York cocktails: Manhattan, Daïquiri … Open from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. for breakfast and until 1 a.m. for cocktails.

The Hotel also includes a Health Club, a heated indoor and outdoor swimming pool, an open-air ice rink in winter, two tennis courts, games rooms, a hair salon, a beauty salon, a barber, a Disney boutique, a convention center and a Castle Club. Free transportation to the park is also offered.

The Newport Bay Club is reminiscent of the seaside resorts of New England at the turn of the century with its veranda and rocking chairs. Walkers can enjoy its pretty lakeside promenade and its lighthouse.

1,098 rooms, 23 adapted for disabled people and 15 suites.

  • High Season: £112 per night for a room (£174 for a suite)
  • Medium Season: £97 (£143 the suite)
  • Low Season: £77 (£118 the suite)
  • Cape Cod:  Farm products and seafood. Fresh pasta with seafood, grilled crustaceans, homemade pizza … Open from 7 am to 11 pm continuously.
  • Yacht Club: Oyster bar, it offers the chef’s specialty, the clambake, based on a New England recipe (mussels, clams, chicken, potato, corn on the cob and sausages), American strawberry cake (light sponge cake covered with fresh strawberries and whipped cream) and twelve different kinds of omelets for breakfast. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. for breakfast and from 6 p.m. to midnight for dinner.
  • Fisherman’s Wharf: This small living room with lake view will make you relax to the sound of soft music while having a drink or breakfast.

The Hotel includes a Health Club, a pavilion with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool with a solarium, a snack bar, games rooms, a croquet course, playgrounds for children, meeting rooms, a Disney gift shop and free transportation to the park.

Open since May 92, the Sequoia Lodge hotel is made for nature lovers. Located in a fully wooded site, between two rivers, it stands out from other hotels. You can rent an independent pavilion there, as if you were isolated in one of the American national parks.

1011 including 21 adapted for disabled people and 14 suites.

  • High Season: £112 per night for a room (£174 for a suite)
  • Medium Season: £97 (£143 the suite)
  • Low Season: £77 (£118 the suite)
  • Hunter’s Grill: Leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary, marinated pork, chicken skewers are available around a  turntable loaded with vegetables, salads and hot rolls. Don’t forget to taste the sundae to compose yourself for dessert. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. for breakfast and from 6 p.m. to midnight for dinner.
  • Beaver Creek Tavern: A forest ranger welcomes you to this restaurant, open since June, which offers beef ribs, meats, grilled burgers and mixed salads. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. for breakfast and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for dinner.
  • Redwood Bar and Lounge: A 15m wide fireplace, comfortable leather armchairs, a grating terrace facing the lake make this bar an ideal place to enjoy a good cocktail or have breakfast (served until 10am). Open from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.

The Hotel includes a Health Club, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool with a slide, a waterfall and a diet snack bar, games rooms, children’s playgrounds, meeting rooms, a shop and a free transportation to the park.

Wild West enthusiasts will find their happiness at the Cheyenne hotel , built in the style of a border town from the time of the Gold Rush. Fort in logs, Indian tents, everything is there to transport you to another era.

1000 including 21 adapted for disabled people in 14 two-story buildings. Bunk beds for children.

  • High Season: £77 per night for a room
  • Medium Season: £67
  • Low Season: £56
  • Chuckwagon Café: This self-service is organized into nine counters lined up along a small village street. You can stroll and compose your meal, as you wish. Each counter has its specialty: barbecue and small Suzy Wong’s dishes, drink dispensers, salads, soups, soups, beef, pork ribs in barbecue sauce…. You then proceed to pay at the central wooden counter as in an old grocery store before taking a seat around a barrel-shaped table. Open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. for breakfast and from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. for dinner. Lunches are served only on weekends.
  • Red Garter Saloon: Like a real saloon, have a drink to the sound of country music. Immerse yourself in the past thanks to the bowler hat and pink bow tied server  and the dancers. Don’t forget to taste a Calamity Jane (alcohol-free) or a bourbon. open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

The Hotel includes children’s playgrounds, a shop and free transport to the park.

Similar to the Cheyenne, the Santa Fe takes on the typical  architecture of New Mexico reproducing Indian villages, and a more modern entrance recreating an outdoor theater from the 50s, as if you were stepping right into a movie (like Marty in Back to the Future II).

1000 including 21 adapted for disabled people in 42 “pueblo” style buildings.

  • High Season: £77 per night for a room
  • Medium Season: £67
  • Low Season: £56
  • La Cantina: On the same principle as the Chuckwagon Café (but in a typical atmosphere of the Santa Fe market), this self-service offers salads, raw vegetables, soups, prepared chicken, empanadas, crispbreads, tortillas, traditional Mexican flans … Open from 7am to 11 p.m.
  • Rio Grande Bar: Around the fireplace, try the cocktails: José’s Pick Up (without alcohol), Tequila Sunrise, Sombrero, Rosita’s Dream, Howling Coyote, margarita, sangria…. Open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. only on weekdays.

The Hotel includes games rooms, children’s playgrounds, a shop and free transport to the park.

Camp Davy Crockett is the Euro Disneyland campsite. You can install a tent or caravan if you are equipped or rent an equipped wooden bungalow, designed for four to six people.

181 camping pitches and 414 bungalows for 4 to 6 people.
  • High Season: £90 per night for a bungalow (£27 per pitch)
  • Medium Season: £74 per night for a bungalow (£27 per pitch)
  • Low Season: £59 per night for a bungalow (£27 per pitch)

Crockett’s Tavern : With its traditional cuisine, this restaurant offers you a real American breakfast with its buckwheat pancakes , scrambled eggs, sausages, bacon and sautéed potatoes. For lunch, enjoy a hamburger and its salad or a traditional roast beef, cut in front of you, for dinner.

The Campsite includes a comfort relay (showers, toilets, laundromat, changing tables, vending machines for food and drinks), an indoor pool with slide, a river, hot tubs, a children’s pool, waterfalls and a diet snack bar, outdoor tennis courts, sports fields, games rooms, campfires, bicycles  and electric carts rental, cycle paths, jogging or hiking trails, a shop and free transport to the park.

The park is very accessible. You can get there by car via the A4 motorway or by taking the RER A, which has a new stop thanks to its new dedicated station. From June 1994, a TGV line will also serve Marne la Vallée-Chessy.

A 9,000-space car park is available on site for drivers. You will need to count £3 for a car, £2 for a motorcycle and £5 for a caravan or a motorhome. So don't forget to factor this cost into your budget. 

For foreign visitors arriving by plane, a direct bus to the park is accessible at all Roissy-Charles de Gaulle terminals every 30 minutes and every 45 minutes at Orly. You can get more details via Minitel or telephone.

If there is one thing you won’t find at Euro Disneyland, it’s boredom! The park offers enough activities to keep you busy all day! Whether it’s attractions, shows, activities in hotels or its Disney Festival entertainment center, which includes numerous restaurants, a disco and a dinner show on the theme of the Conquest of the West. Adults and children will find plenty to have fun without interruption!

Golf enthusiasts can take advantage of the brand new eighteen holes course which will open this summer and will be enlarged by nine other holes in 1993. It will be open all year round from 8 am, 7 days a week. Access to the course will cost £56 during the weekend and £39 during the week, carts included. The Golf will also host a restaurant, the Clubhouse Restaurant, offering grilled meats, seafood, steamed fish accompanied by vegetables and a special tea time snack. Open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

And if you want to see something other than the wonderful world of Disney, the Euro Disney Resort bus offer excursions to Versailles, Fontainebleau, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Champagne and Reims. You just need to go to Visitor Relations to obtain all the informations.

This is one of the main reason to come to Euro Disneyland! The possibility for young and young at heart to meet their favorite characters. Right as you step through the gates, the most iconic characters welcome you: Mickey and Minnie but also Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale.

In Fantasyland, you will come across Snow White, Aurora, Cinderella, Pinocchio, Robin Hood, Winnie the Pooh and Alice.

In Adventureland, go on an adventure with Peter Pan, fight against Captain Hook and his faithful second Mr Smee. Head to Adventureland Bazaar if you prefer to learn about the bear necessities with Mowgli, King Louie and Baloo.

Want an inter-galactic change of scenery? C3PO, Chewbacca and the Ewoks, characters from the Star Wars trilogy, await you in Discoveryland to defend the Galaxy.

Throughout your day, many shows will come to life.

On Main Street, a municipal band, a pianist, a quintet of saxophonists in police uniforms playing tunes from silent films, suffragettes and other surprises are available.

 

In Frontierland, the Riverboat Gamblers Dixieland Band will greet you, the Card Shark will amaze you with its magic tricks while the law enforcement officials and bandits of the Gunfighters Stunt Show coming to plunder the bank will embark on a fierce revolvers shootout.

 

In Adventureland, you will hear the rhythms of African tam-tams and come across Dr. Livingstone as well as rowdy pirates who appear without warning to bring you into an exciting treasure hunt!  

 

In Fantasyland, the fairyland continues thanks to the presence of a lute player, jugglers and Merlin  who, during a daily ceremony, in the castle courtyard , chooses among the children present, the one who will try to extract Excalibur from the stone. If he succeeds, he will be crowned king of Fantasyland and will receive during his coronation, a scepter and will make an appearance on the balcony of the castle, greeted by the royal trumpets. 

 

Head into the future in Discoveryland where robomines creep through the crowd on roller skates and where Disney characters roam in incredible flying machines.

Indoor shows are also available in some of the lands:  

 

The Lucky Nugget Revue (Frontierland) stages Diamond Lil, the owner of the place alongside six dancers and actors in a frenzied French cancan accompanied by songs and jokes for 30 minutes.

At the Fantasyland Festival Stage, in a 500-seat performance hall located in the Fantasyland train station, played 5 times a day, the show C’est Magique, a musical review where dancers and singers perform with Disney characters and start a journey through all the lands of the park

Next to the castle a theater offers you, five times a day, to relive the story of Sleeping Beauty. Next to a giant fairy tales book, a character pops out of a huge inkwell. The book opens, the pages turn by themselves and form the canvas on which the characters evolve.

Vidéopolis (Discoveryland) hosts a different show depending on the period and transforms into a nightclub when the park closes at midnight.

The park also offers several parades throughout the day. The opportunity to marvel at incredible floats and grandiose music. The day parade crosses from Fantasyland to Main Street twice in high season and once in low season. Discover the story of Sleeping Beauty, Pinocchio, Snow White, Dumbo, the Jungle Book, the Little Mermaid and Roger Rabbit.

 

The night parade, the Main Street Electrical Parade, which features light tanks, follows the same route.

And what could be better than ending an incredible day with fireworks? The Fantasia in the Sky is a light and sound show using the theme of the masterpiece Fantasia .

 

Schedules and details about the shows can be found in brochures available at the Main Entrance, at information desks and at exchange offices.

There’s plenty to do at Euro Disneyland! Attractions as far as the eye can see! A brief overview of the best attractions to try:

Take a ride on the rivers bordered by meadows and forests in the center of Frontierland. Canoes and Paddle steamers (The Molly Brown and the Mark Twain) cross the lake and retrace the history of the American frontier and the gold rush.

It is at the Smuggler’s Cove pier that you will be able to embark on one of the two available boats: the Raccoon and the Coyote . There, the smugglers will take you on a jaunt along the Rivers of the Far West, following or intersecting the wake of the paddle boats.

Near the Pueblo Trading Post, at the very end of Frontierland, is a tree-lined sandstone path that leads you to a narrow cove. Canoes await you to discover the secrets of the Rivers of the Far West, where no other boat can venture. follow along the shores of Wilderness Island, cross waterfalls and pass under the graceful Rainbow Arch

With its grim facade , this attraction overlooks Frontierland and attracts visitors. Go inside to find out what happened to the locals, at your own risk!

This is the attraction for thrill seekers! Impossible to miss ! This giant mountain is located in the center of the River of the Far West. Take this crazy train going through the mine and hit the slopes at top speed!

Dive into the heart of a typical American Frontier farm and get to know the animals (goats, sheep, ducks, chickens and rabbits) living on site. You can even engrave in the wood the one you prefer at Woodcarver’s Workshop located right next to the ranch.

Without a doubt one of the flagship attractions of the park! This ride takes you on a boat trip through the unforgiving world of pirates. The animatronics make everything incredibly realistic. Be careful, there’s a good chance that you’ll get wet!

When you cross the castle, don’t forget to take the stairs next to the film’s emblematic golden book and take a trip upstairs. You can admire the sublime stained glass windows that capture key moments from the story. outside of the castle, you will find the entrance to an underground cave, where a dragon is resting, or is he…

These rides take the visitor to the heart of the stories of each of the three Disney Studios flagship films. Unlike the first two, Peter Pan’s Flight flies over London and the Neverland. Change of scenery guaranteed!

Walt Disney’s favorite attraction, It’s a Small World takes you around the world in a boat ride to the rhythm of a heady song signed by the creators of the music from Mary Poppins and interpreted by animated and dressed dolls from different countries.

At the end of the cruise, you will cross a room hosting the World Chorus , a reconstruction of various monuments including the Eiffel Tower and Big Ben. Presented by France Télécom, it pays tribute to all the communication services that bring people together.

Twenty paintings are displayed and highlight children from around the world using cameras, fax machines, telephones, etc.

Opposite to Orbitron, this attraction takes you on a journey back in time alongside Timekeeper, the robot that lives within these walls. Thanks to its nine screens, you will travel back in time in 360°, to discover the most incredible inventions of man.

Have you always dreamed of traveling in the Star Wars universe? This attraction allows you to Embark on the Starspeeder 3000 in an incredible intergalactic adventure! This a trip you will never forget!

Not yet recovered from your trip to the stars? Do you want more ? No problem ! This small cinema located right next to Star Tours offers a screening of Captain Eo, a Disney film directed by George Lucas with Michael Jackson in the lead role. This film is in 3D and the room is specially designed to fully immerse you in the atmosphere.

In addition to all its fantastic attractions, the Park offers several means of transportation to get from one land to another. The Euro Disneyland Railroad will delight fans of steam trains. It goes around the park and offers an incredible view of each land. Three stations are present along the way, allowing visitors to change universes as they please: Main Street Station, Frontierland Depot and Fantasyland Station. The train also sinks into a tunnel, the Grand Canyon Diorama and briefly crosses the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.

If the train is not your thing, you can also go from Town Square to Central Plaza in authentic horse-drawn trams from Horse-Drawn Streetcar or in one of the old cars of Main Street Vehicles: the Paddy Wagon, a police van or the Fire Truck. Fancy a panoramic view? Board the Omnibus. Or, if you prefer something more exceptional, what could be better than a beautiful limousine with driver?

Having fun is good, but you might be getting hungry by now! Do not panic, many restaurants welcome you. The menus are varied and offer dishes from all countries suitable for everyone. You can ask for a birthday cake for special occasions or a personalized menu if you have a special diet. Some offer dishes served at the counter for more speed. Following the Mcdonalds model , they offer “ Fun Meals ” menus with main dish, dairy products, dessert and a surprise gift.

Others serve sandwiches, sausages, pretzels, etc., as well as refreshments. Restaurants operate around the clock. In case you are hungry, you can also find many Gourmet Chariots scattered across the park.

Renowned for its “ submarine ”, sandwiches 2m long and its “man with olives and pickles” who will brighten your day! It is located at the corner of Market Street and Main Street.

A true tribute to Walt Disney, it is one of the most famous address in the park. The 1401 Flower Street is the same the Disney workshops in Glendale, California. Bistro on the ground floor, restaurant upstairs divided into several small dining rooms dedicated to the each land.

Gothic decor with draperies for Sleeping Beauty, library of a western style mansion for Frontierland, a Moroccan living room for Adventureland and a splendid decor around a copper model of Captain Nemo’s Nautilus for Discoveryland.

Refinement reigns in this restaurant with a varied menu: various salads in cider sauce, prawns, salmon, crab crust, Alaskan crab legs, veal medallions with crab and asparagus, lamb with goat cheese…

Perfect for appetites, this establishment offers a soda fountain, sundaes, banana splits, milkshakes or, for the biggest eaters, a Kitchen Sink for four composed of several flavors of ice cream, whipped cream, candied fruit and Hazelnut.

Situated right next to the Gibson Girl on Main Street, it offers food from the Victorian era, for example, a chicken pot-pie, beef, vegetable or seafood.

A superb building that highlights the grandeur and luxury of the Victorian era. It is divided into two dining rooms and also offers two private rooms. Discover delicious buffet dishes: veal breast stuffed with fruit, roast chicken, salmon, crab crust, American steaks…. 

During your meal, the Plaza Gardens Trio will be playing chamber music for the enjoyment of all.

If you do not want table service but a wild west menu tempts you, this little café, located between the Lucky Nugget Saloon and the Silver Spur Steakhouse, allows you to order, between portraits of outlaws and their Wanted posters on the walls, a Texan sandwich or a barbecued steak that you can enjoy on the patio with a spectacular view of Big Thunder Mountain.

This Mexican cantina is facing the entrance of Big Thunder Mountain and offers a variety of Mexican dishes that will make your mouth water: fajitas, tacos, chili con carne, Mexican Club Sandwich (composed of guacamole, mashed red beans, tomatoes and cheese), alcohol-free margaritas, Mexican coffee…

This gourmet trolley offers baked potatoes with hot sauces and seasonings of your choice, served by waiters skilled in juggling rivets.

Have lunch in an exotic oasis whose walls decors are typical of primitive civilizations. You will be delighted with African, Chinese or Indian specialties.

Dr. Livingstone welcomes you to this old colonial-style house designed around a gigantic tropical tree refuge of lively parrots. Hear the story of his many journeys and his incredible adventures while you eat a coconut chicken, a seafood platter or a barbecue.

Peckish ? Order a sandwich, a macaron or a Captain Hook’s Favorite Punch and enjoy it on the deck, near a cannon, imagining the terrible adventures that await you, ahoy matey!

These gourmet trolleys offer, among others, toast in the shape of Disney characters, chicken and vegetarian dishes, fresh fruit juices and fruit cups, or grilled meats

A true tribute to French culture and Cinderella, this restaurant offers, in a magical setting, traditional European cuisine: veal chop, roast suckling pig with cider, leg of lamb, all accompanied by the lute melodies of a troubadour.

Celebrate your non-birthday in this little cottage located at the end of Alice’s labyrinth. It serves fresh fruit punch and cakes or you can add sweet toppings and colored granules.

This old mill offers frozen yogurts and marzipans bearing the characters of It’s a Small World.

These gourmet trolleys respectively offer salty and slightly buttered pretzels with two kinds of mustard or sweet colored crystals and are accompanied by fruit jelly, chocolate coated fruit, fresh pancakes in the shape of Fantasyland characters with dried fruits and hazelnuts, granités of crushed ice with a syrup of your choice and hot/cold drinks.

These gourmet trolleys sell grilled sausages served on a rye bun with fried onions that you can garnish with the condiments of your choice and mini donuts coated with sugar.

Shopping enthusiasts will be thrilled. The park offers many shops present in each of its lands. T-shirt, porcelain, costumes, video games, cassettes, etc. Each has its own atmosphere and its own particularity.

You can buy vintage cars at Main Street Motors , ask for a stamp from Tigger in The Storybook Store , have your profile cut at the Silhouette Artist of Town Square Photography , intercept the private conversations of the inhabitants of Main Street by picking up tone of the phones in the shops, as well as Harmony Barber Shop (where you can get a haircut or shave on a swivel chair like at the time), Market House Deli and Casey’s Corner, visit the abandoned mine of Eureka Mining Supplies and Assay office , reading period newspapers at Newsstand , discover the Snow White cottage next to the Castle, explore the Star Traders spaceship and admire Mickey in his Ornithopter at Constellations.

In the workshop of the Brave Little Tailor in Fantasyland, Donald, dressed as a tailor from the Middle Ages, welcomes you. Sitting on a bench among the pieces of fabric, he is helped by Chip and Dale and creates clothes and hats which are presented on old wooden shelves. Daisy, in the corner of the room, puts a little atmosphere by playing the harp.

Open 7 days a week, located between the park and the Marne-la-Vallée-Chessy train station, Festival Disney consists of 6 shops, 5 restaurants, a kids’ area, a post office, a Tourist Office, a boat rental counter, two bars, a nightclub and a dinner show: the Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.

Restaurants

Get back to the 1950s in this typical dinner inspired by Happy Days. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m., you can eat hamburgers, brownies, and drink a lemon coke or milkshake.

Sit out on the terrace to watch sports matches while eating typical American fast food on one of the fifteen TV screens : chicken sandwich with crisps, giant cheese hot dogs… Open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

A real New York delicatessen, it offers typical Manhattan specialties: bagels with smoked salmon and fresh cheese, pastrami, corned beef, cheesecakes, carrotcakes, etc. Open from 8 am to 1 am. Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Next to Lake Buena Vista, savor Californian cuisine: Pina Colada, margarita, daïquiri, French or Californian wines, pizzas prepared on demand, shrimps, crabs, scallops, fresh pasta with smoked salmon, soft raspberries.. The restaurant is open from noon to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to midnight.

This restaurant is inspired by wooden buildings, smugglers’ huts on the islands of South Florida. You can taste a Garlic Blue Crab using a wooden mallet , clam soup or various shellfish sold by the piece. It is also famous for its desserts: Coconut Cake and Key Lime Pie. Open from noon to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to midnight.

Could it be an old shed that you see there? Yes ! And this is where you will taste quality grilled meats. Jazz pianist to get you in the mood, and terrace by the water facing the marina, the menu will make your mouth water: Onion soup, fresh spinach salad, prime rib , T-Bone Steak and roasted potatoes, flambé coffee, cheesecake, brownie, raisin pudding, chocolate mousse…. Open from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to midnight.

Welcome to Tennessee. This saloon resonates with the sound of country music . Have a beer at one of the four hunting trophy bars and taste the Buffalo Chicken Wings and Mexican Nachos (cheese and chili pancakes). Singers and dancers perform on stage between 5 p.m. and 2 a.m.

Shops

It is the largest store at Festival Disney. Find objects bearing the effigy of Disney characters including the famous “collectors” “published in limited series. Open from 8 a.m. to midnight.

Sports fans will be thrilled in this store which offers outfits in the colors of major universities and American baseballs teams, footballs and basketballs , shoes, etc.

In a perfect setting for cinema lovers, find books on American cinema, posters, postcards, glitter, boas, rhinestones and star jewelry..

As the name suggests, there are surf outfits, swimwear, T-shirts, various accessories and, of course, surfboards.

Wild west lovers? Relive this era with the perfect set of cowboys for sale in this shop. Blue jeans, shirts, T-shirts, belts, boots, hats, jewelry, all presented on old carts.

Do you want to tour the United States at a glance? This boutique takes you to New York, New Orleans and San Francisco with a selection of various typically American items: clothing, souvenirs, caps, jewelry, posters, jazz-themed items, Cajun gourmet products, California wines, books…

Not to be missed

Never Land Club Children’s Theater

For adults who want a little time for themselves, away from their children, this playroom where you enter by the window, containing toys and videos is the solution. It welcomes children from 3 to 10 years old in the world of Peter Pan between 5 pm and midnight for a minimum of 3 hours and a maximum of 5. Drinks included in the entry price.

Hurricanes

The Festival Disney discotheque is located above Key West Seafood and offers four different bars, one on a covered terrace, twenty screens showing video clips, a dance floor and quiet corners for those who would like to chat until 3 am.

Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show

Almost identical to the one Buffalo Bill presented in the 1880s in Paris, this show features horses, bisons, cavalcades in an arena surrounded by tables where visitors will have a traditional meal: grilled chicken, sausages and pork ribs, corn on the cob, apple crumble. Two hours of show where emotion and nostalgia follow one another. Two sessions available: 5.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. Ticket prices (dinner included): £31 for adults and £20 for children from 3 to 9 years old.

This article has been produced thanks to the "Euro Disneyland Resort: Le Guide" (Hachette Editions) book and is intended to transport the reader in 1992. If most of the photos are from the period (A big thank you to Darren for some of them), others come from my personal collection and date from 1997 and the 5th anniversary of the Park. The prices mentioned are those of the period in Francs converted with the 1992 FRF<->GBP exchange rate, and therefore do not take inflation into account. All terminology errors have not been corrected in order to respect the content of the 1992 guide

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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi
Parc Disneyland : 10h à 19h
Parc Walt Disney Studios : 10h à 18h

Les weekends
Parc Disneyland : 10h à 22h
Parc Walt Disney Studios : 10h à 20h

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