Walt Disney Studios Park 2020 map hints to additions and changes

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The Walt Disney Studios Park 2020 map has been revealed, providing fans with new looks at a number of changes, additions and removals planned for the next year at the park.

Appearing inside the Disneyland Paris 2020 brochure, it includes some of the most major changes to happen to the second park’s map in recent years.

The most obvious alteration when compared to previous versions is the near full elimination of Backlot, with only Moteurs… Action! Stunt Show surviving. This is of course mirroring the actual Studios as Rock n Roller Coaster, Armageddon and Blockbuster Café have now closed their doors permanently to make way for the future Avengers Campus. Referencing its soon to be future the former opening day land now features the famous logo of the Marvel superhero team.

Walt Disney Studios Park 2020 Backlot

Along with the deletion of most of Backlot many will be quick to spot major changes made to the Studio Tram Tour route; now missing roughly half of what once was. This – along with a brand new entrance in Toon Studio – represents the new Cars retheme of the attraction now officially named as Cars Route 66.

Toon Studio sees another change with Animation Celebration receiving official recognition on the park map. Though scheduled to open this November the new experience won’t have to wait long until it’s new look sign is displayed within guests’ guides.

Another addition to the map is the inclusion of Studio D, a new indoor stage and show replacing Disney Jr. Officially announced during the Disneyland Paris Media Expo the new look venue will house a gorgeous steampunk inspired stage and feature many beloved characters including Mickey and co. along with those familiar with the Disney Junior channel will instantly recognise. Studio D is expected to open in the Spring of 2020.

Walt Disney Studios Park 2020 Studio D
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Along with a new map 2020’s brochure has also made several smaller but noteworthy announcements. Magical Pride will be officially renamed to Disneyland Paris Pride with a returning date of Saturday 6th June 2020. More light has also been shed on the return of the massively popular Lion King & Jungle Festival with its return next year coming from June – September.

Does the reveal of the Walt Disney Studios Park 2020 park map spark your interest? What are you most excited for next year all throughout Disneyland Paris? I’d love to hear your thoughts so be sure to let me know over on Twitter!

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