As the number of construction walls around Disneyland Paris continues to grow, significant progress has been made in the Walt Disney Studios Park – soon to be Disney Adventure World.

Let's take a look at the latest major updates inside DLP’s second park…

Walt Disney Studios Park Construction

One of the biggest updates at Walt Disney Studios Park can be found in Production Courtyard. The walls surrounding the Studio Theatre have been removed, revealing fresh pavement and planters. It’s a marked improvement from the tired and lifeless decor that was previously there.

This area will eventually become part of World Premiere Plaza. The green poles in the images below are believed to be placeholders for lamposts, as spotted in previous concept art.

In preparation for the new park name and World of Frozen area planned to open in 2025, construction has also started to speed up behind Toy Story Playland. 

The shoreline areas around the new Disney Adventure World lake are currently being molded, while progress on Regal View Restaurant and Rapunzel Tangled Spin is underway.

Plus, after chugging along very slowly for the last couple of years, the World of Frozen area is starting to look somewhat complete. In particular, the striking blue roof of the Arendale Castle has been installed, as seen in the image below. 

Other Updates

Elsewhere in Disneyland Paris, work is underway to transform Disney Village from dated and drab to modern and sleek, akin to a miniature Disney Springs. In recent weeks, the Planet Hollywood globe has started to be disassembled, and work on the new McDonald's building, overlooking Lake Buena Vista, is gearing up to begin.

Inside Disneyland Park, eagle-eyed parkgoers have spotted the new Up scene has been installed on the Le Pays des Contes de Fées (Storybook Land Canal Boats). This attraction will reopen towards the end of summer.

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