Ride Closures & Refurbishments 2018

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DLP Ride Closures & Refurbishments 2018

Disneyland Paris is open 365 days a year and so essential maintenance & upgrades must be carried out whilst the park is open. Disneyland Paris tries to minimise this but there will always be closures for safety checks etc. Below is a list of all the DLP Ride Closures & Refurbishments for this year which Disneyland release roughly 3 to 4 months in advance.


 

2018 Ride Closures & Refurbishments at Disneyland Paris

January Ride Closures

  • Cinemagique : 1st-31st
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant : 8th-31st
  • Storybook Boat Ride : 8th-31st
  • Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing : 8th-31st
  • Casey Jr Train Ride : 8th-31st
  • Phantom Manor: 8th-31st
  • Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot : 8th-31st
  • Autopia : 8th-31st
  • Studio Tram Tours : 8th-31st
  • La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant : 22nd-31st

February Ride Closures

  • Cinemagique : 1st-28th
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant : 5th-9th
  • Storybook Boat Ride : 1st-28th
  • Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing : 1st-9th
  • Casey Jr Train Ride : 1st-28th
  • Phantom Manor: 1st-28th
  • Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot : 1st-28th
  • Autopia : 1st-9th
  • Studio Tram Tours : 1st-9th
  • La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant : 1st-16th
  • Les Mysteres du Nautilus : 1st-2nd

March Ride Closures

  • Cinemagique : 1st-31st
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant : 1st-2nd
  • Storybook Boat Ride : 1st-16th
  • Casey Jr Train Ride : 1st-16th
  • Phantom Manor: 1st-31st
  • Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot : 1st-31st
  • Big Thunder Mountain : 19th-23rd
  • Les Voyages de Pinocchio : 19th-30th
  • Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups : 19th-31st
  • Alice’s Curious Labyrinth : 26th-30th

April Ride Closures

  • Cinemagique : 1st-30th
  • Phantom Manor: 1st-31st
  • Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot : 1st-31st
  • Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups : 1st-31st
  • Alice’s Curious Labyrinth : 3rd-6th
  • Crush’s Coaster : 3rd-30th

 


DLP Ride Closures & Refurbishments Future Schedule 2018

  • Cinemagique – January – June
  • Casey Jr Circus Train : January – March
  • Phantom Manor : January – September
  • Mad Hatters Teacups : March – June
  • Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster : May – TBC
  • Crush’s Coaster : April – June
  • Indiana Jones & The Temple of Peril : September – TBC
  • Cars Quatre Roues Rallye : September – TBC

 


What Rides are closed at Disneyland Paris?

Ride Closures & Refurbishments 2017 DLP

Please bear in mind that all dates given by Disneyland Paris are subject to change at short notice but generally the above list will be correct. Check back at periods before your trip to check the status of your favourite rides! All dates are inclusive, so if it shows a ride closure 1st-12th that means the ride will be closed on the 1st & 12th plus all days in between. Before planning, check the official Disneyland Paris site for full closures on your exact dates.

You can also check the main Disneyland Booking site to see what hotel closures & refurbishments are scheduled although these will be made aware to you at the time of booking. Disneyland has recently started closing several restaurants & dining options during the lower season or also during higher season for cleaning & upgrading or just if the park is not at capacity. A daily list of all restaurants can be had from City Hall when you arrive. If you have any questions about Ride Closures & Refurbishments then please let us know via our contact page or in the comments below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  3. With the two Disney Parks open 365 days a year, essential maintenance and upkeep has to happen during scheduled attraction closures throughout the season, published a few months in advance. The bulk of the programme has now been completed, with only a few major renovations ongoing in spring and summer 2017.

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