Welcome to Ratatouille Land, Disneyland Paris! This past summer a new rodent came to Disneyland Paris, giving Mickey Mouse some rat-sized companionship. Ratatouille Land, Disneyland Paris’ latest addition, is chocked full of fun for the whole family.
Rémy, the rat protagonist of the 2007 Disney-Pixar film Ratatouille, is the central focus of La Place de Rémy, a new mini-land at Walt Disney Studios Park. Featuring a family-friendly attraction and restaurant, La Place de Rémy brings scenes from the award-winning film to life and celebrates the architecture of nearby Paris.
“La Place de Rémy celebrates one of ‘Ratatouille’s’ biggest stars, Paris – the culture, the architecture and the food,” said Tom Staggs, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts in a statement to the press.
“It’s extremely fitting that our first attraction based on the award-winning film will call Disneyland Paris its home,” he added.
La Place de Rémy opened July 2014. I visited Disneyland Paris this same month and had the opportunity to experience the mini-land with my friend Pedro. What does Ratatouille Land at Disneyland Paris look like? Let’s take a look!
Ratatouille Land, Disneyland Paris – the Attraction
Crowds were swarming in front of Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy, a new attraction that allows visitors to beco
me rat-sized and follow Rémy on an adventure through the rooftops and kitchens of Paris. The dark ride utilizes a trackless system and is a sensory experience with scents wafted in. While on the attraction, visitors pass by this restaurant in a scene.
Ratatouille Land, Disneyland Paris – the Restaurant
We also had lunch at Bistrot Chez Rémy, the mini-land’s table-service restaurant featuring French specialties.
The menu is full of a variety of similarly priced items ranging from $15- $30. I enjoyed a steak served with a side of ratatouille.
And there you have it—a look at the new Ratatouille Land at Disneyland Paris. Have you been? What is your favorite part of La Place de Rémy?
Lauren Meshkin @BonVoyageLauren
So cute! I’ve always wanted to visit Disneyland Paris to see how it compares to the one in California. Thanks for sharing!
Happy travels 🙂
shhh… a secret. Disneyland in Anaheim is far better!
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