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New Road Signs For Disneyland Paris!

No trip to Disneyland Paris is complete without looking through the window and trying to spot the Mickey Signs!

Since 1994, 21 road signs in the Ile de France region have slowly become vandalised and in a state of disrepair. With only the most damaged signs being replaced. Overall it is not really the image that Disneyland Paris wants to portray.

These signs have also become slowly more dated, and more 90s than anything left in the park. Which in my opinion is something that should not really be changed.

Despite this, Disneyland Paris have confirmed that during the summer each sign will be replaced with a new design. The design itself had not been changed in the past 22 years, and as the 25th Anniversary is swiftly approaching maybe now it is time for a change  and an update.

The new design will be inspired by the original Sorcerer’s Apprentice, but will be freshed up and brought to the 21st Century!


(Image Copyright: Disneyland Paris)


The design had not changed in 22 years, and only the most damaged signs were replaced. In 2013, the company’s top management launched the idea of changing all road signs as we neared the destination’s 25th anniversary in 2017. The Walt Disney Imagineering teams took care of the design, inspired from the original Mickey and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, but all freshened up!

Here is a map featuring where all the NEW Signposts will be located!


(Image Copyright: Disneyland Paris)

In my Disney Opinion it is great to see new designs and new signs for Disneyland Paris. The current signs are in disrepair and have obviously seen better days. It is time now for Disneyland Paris to be brought into the 21st Century, and to leave the past swiftly behind.


How do you feel about there being New Road Signs for Disneyland Paris?

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