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Special: Walking through a Winter Wonderland

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The entrance to Disneyland Paris, under the Disneyland Hotel. A topiary hippo from Fantasia shows a dusting of snow.

Disneyland in Anaheim makes it snow on Main Street using Disney Magic. Walt Disney World has Blizzard Beach. But in Paris, the snow is occasionally real.

When Ian Parkinson brought these photos to our attention, we were amazed. "J°o°eL" captured a look and feel rarely seen at any of the Disney parks. MousePlanet is extremely pleased to offer you the following photos, taken by J°o°eL over the past few weeks at the Disneyland Resort Paris. We hope you enjoy the magic of this Winter Wonderland.

– Tony Phoenix


Disneyland Hotel

Images by J°o°eL. Text by Tony Phoenix

A combination of hotel and main entrance to Disneyland, the Disneyland Hotel is one of the first things you encounter as you arrive for your day.

The classic Mickey planter.

The Disney Legends statue has features accented by the wind-driven snow.


Main Street, USA

Main Street, still displaying some Christmas decorations, evokes memories of a storm in a turn-of-the-century town in the American Midwest.


Jungle Book Carnival Parade

Poor Eeyore wonders what else could go wrong.

The new Jungle Book Carnival procession moves down Main Street, undaunted by the floating snowflakes.

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J°o°eL publishes photo essays of the Disneyland Resort Paris regularly. To see more of his work, visit http://joel.serre.online.fr/.

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