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Closed Attractions at Disneyland Paris

You’re headed to Disneyland Paris and heard that there may be some closed attractions. However, you may be having a hard time figuring out where to find out exactly WHAT is closed on the DLP website.

Don’t worry! Theme Park Freak is here to hook you up with all the information you need to plan your Disneyland Paris Trip! Keep reading!

Why are Attractions Closed in the First Place?

Just like your house or car, theme park attractions need love, care and potentially even updates from time to time. Rides break down and things get worn down from hundreds of fingers touching them or feet treading over them.

When I went to Disneyland Paris back in March 2023, It’s a Small World and Les Voyages de Pinocchio were closed down for the duration. It’s a Small World was getting a major update to the ride and animatronics while Pinocchio was getting some maintenance.

For my next trip, in October of this year, it looks like the dragon lair under Sleeping Beauty’s castle will still be closed. How do I know this? Disneyland Paris has a calendar on their website!

7 Steps to Finding Closed Attractions on Your Park Date(s)

If you want to know what attractions are going to be closed on the date(s) that you’ll be at the park!

  1. Go to the Disneyland Paris website in whatever language you wish to view it.
  2. At the top of the page there’s a button with a blue clock that says Park Hours.
  3. Click the button.
  4. On the park hours calendar in the middle of the page, choose your date.
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
  6. Choose the park you wish to see closed attractions for.
  7. Filter by CLOSED attractions.

It’s really THAT easy to find out which attraction(s) will be closed during your stay. Hopefully, it won’t be the ones that you really want to ride or visit!

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