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This is an official Disney Store, located on Paris’ elegant shopping street, Champs-Élysées. The design of the store is unique from other Disney Stores and includes two floors connected by a grand staircase, with Tinker Bell hovering above. The first floor features Parisian decor such as an Eiffel Tower and advertising columns plastered with ads for Disney films, some set in Paris like The Aristocats (1970) and Pixar’s Cars 2 (2011). Exclusive merchandise is sold here, such as the Parisian Mickey and Minnie, which can also be found on the French ShopDisney site. Wallpaper around the store features Disney characters, including French ones such as Marie from The Aristocats (1970), Lumiere from Beauty and the Beast (1991), and Esmerelda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996). See more of these wallpapers and download them as your phone’s wallpapers by following us on Instagram and clicking our wallpaper stories. Address: 44 Av. des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France Visitor Information: ShopDisney
44 Av. des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower is a 324 meter (1,063 foot) tall structure built for Paris’ 1889 World’s Fair. Like many world icons, this one has a number of connections to the Disney universe. Most memorable is Epcot’s World Showcase where a 1/10th scale replica of the tower perched high above the pavilion gives the forced-perspective impression that the full-sized tower is looming above, a common site in the real City of Lights. Deeper inside the Epcot pavilion lies Impressions de France, an 18-minute film showcasing France‘s famous sites. This famous tower acts as the grande finale. Want to be magically transported to Epcot right now? Check out this audio track and you’ll feel like you’re there. Also in Epcot, you can fly up to the top of the Eiffel Tower while riding Soarin’ Around the World. Its spectacular twinkling lights can also be seen during two other versions of this ride: Soarin’ Around the World at Disney California Adventure and Soaring Over the Horizon at Shanghai Disneyland. Tokyo’s version, Soaring: Fantastic Flight, opted to replace their Eiffel Tower with an extended finale featuring the Eiffel inspired Tokyo Tower. Finally, the gigantic tower can be seen briefly during The Aristocats (1970) and […]
5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France
Mont Saint-Michel (English: Saint Michael’s Mount) is a monastery and commune in Normandy, France. This location’s unique feature is a ~14 meter (46 foot) change in tide in the area surrounding which turns the mount into an island. You can see this magnificent sight in Epcot during the whimsical Impressions de France film. Be sure to check out this track for some Epcot related chills. In another Disney Park, Disneyland Paris, you can see design elements incorporated into their eccentric version of Sleeping Beauty castle. Don’t be left in the dark: if you’re a fan of Disney’s 2010 feature animated film Tangled, take a closer at the kingdom of Corona – its island was largely influenced by the famous commune. Now, at last, you see the light! Address: 50170 Mont Saint-Michel, France Visitor Information: The Tourism Office Mont Saint-Michel Normandie
50170 Mont Saint-Michel, France
The Pont des Arts Bridge is a pedestrian bridge crossing the River Seine to link Paris’ Institut de France and the Palais du Louvre. This bridge was the design inspiration for the bridge connecting Epcot’s France and UK Pavilions. In Pixar’s Cars 2, the bridge is seen briefly as the gang arrives in Paris. The bridge’s iconic trestle design is made from automobile leaf springs (a part used in car suspensions) in the Cars universe. Address: Pont des Arts, 75006 Paris, France Visitor Information: Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau
Pont des Arts, 75006 Paris, France
Théâtre Mogador is a theater in Paris which after a successful run of Disney The Lion King musical (a grand, Broadway-style musical version of the 1994 animated film) in 2007, will once again be hosting the show starting on March 13, 2021. This location is mentioned in our blog post: Every Disney Musical Currently Playing Address: 25 Rue de Mogador, 75009 Paris, France Visitor Information: Théâtre Mogador (only available in French)
Disneyland Paris, Disney’s second theme park outside the United States (Tokyo Disneyland was the first), opened on April 12, 1992 as the Euro Disney Resort See this item’s location page for more!
77777 Marne-la-Vallée, France
Walt Disney Studios Park is the second of two theme parks (the first being Disneyland Paris park) built at Disneyland Paris, which opened on March 16, 2002. See this item’s location page for more!
Place des Frères Lumière, 77700 Chessy, France