Exciting transformations are underway at Disneyland Paris, with new images revealing that a major feature has been removed from one of its beloved rides. The changes are part of the ongoing renovation of Le Pays des Contes de Fées, which has been closed for significant maintenance since March 10, 2024. This attraction, known as the Storybook Land Canal Boats in its U.S. counterpart parks, is getting a magical makeover that promises to enchant guests all over again.

In its latest update, Disneyland Paris is introducing new scenes inspired by Disney classics. Fans of Frozen will be thrilled to see Elsa’s stunning ice palace, while scenes from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Up will also be featured, adding fresh magic to this whimsical boat ride. The latest images shared by DLP Report show that the iconic book at the entrance has been removed, indicating more substantial changes than just a touch-up of the existing scenes.

For the past few months, Disneyland Paris has been full of positive updates. The recent return of self-service paper maps and the reintroduction of the Main Street Residents—performers who bring additional magic to Main Street, U.S.A.—highlight the park’s dedication to enhancing guest experiences.

The magic doesn’t stop there. Walt Disney World has been keeping guests on their toes with updates too. Epcot’s Reflections of China will temporarily close for a brief refurbishment from June 13 to 14, while Disney’s Hollywood Studios anticipates the reopening of the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith on July 27, following an extended closure since January 8.

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