The second Disneyland park in Paris is Walt Disney Studios park, which is where we spent the second half of our day after Disneyland. We could tell right away that this was the park most updated. There were newer rides like Crush’s Adventure, sculptures of the Inside Out characters, and lots of Superheroes. Walt Disney Studios was also much smaller. There were a few big attractions and the a few play areas for children (or adults!). A smaller park was nice though, I appreciated being able to see all of both parks in one days time.
Our first stop was The Tower of Terror, one of my favorite rides. We didn’t have to wait in a long line and then we were guided through the hotel to our elevators. If I remember correctly, they took us to the top and dropped us at least 6 times. It was so much fun, and the photos were hilarious. I grabbed Dave and our friend that was on the other side of me and held on for my life.I like this ride in the other Disney parks, but there is something about riding it in Paris that made it even better.
After the Tower of Terror, we went to get in line for Rockin’ Roller Coaster, which again didn’t have much of a line. The waiting wasn’t bad with so many things to read about Aerosmith and other bands, but I was getting so excited for the ride. This is one of my favorite roller coasters, so I was excited when I found out they had it in Disneyland Paris as well. The ride didn’t disappoint, it may be the exact layout as the others.
While there were other larger attractions, we knew we wanted to have dinner and get back to Disneyland before the light show, so we only went on one more ride…and it was awesome! The RC Racer was such a unique ride and it was surrounded by Toy Story things. All of the toys were giant, making us feel small, and the larger than life RC Racer set-up was a fun touch. It was similar to a pirate ship ride, but a car on a race track.
We had a great time at Walt Disney Studios at Disneyland Paris, and it was so nice to see both parks. What are your favorite rides?