DISNEYLAND PARIS will be a little different when it reopens in February.
Some of the park’s smaller attractions and quirks are unlikely to return in 2021.
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Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and Motor … Action! Stunt Show Spectacular are both at risk of shutting down for good, with talks currently underway between park management and staff unions over their future.
Puppeteers at the Lucky Nugget Saloon – a western saloon in Frontierland – and musicians performing in the parks are also in danger.
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show was a live gun arena show that reenacted shootouts and stunts.
The Engine … Action! Stunt Show Spectacular was a stunt show involving cars, fireworks, and jet ski chases.
Sun Online Travel has contacted Disney for comment.
Yesterday, we told you that Disneyland Paris had to cancel its plans to reopen Christmas, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The theme park will now remain closed until February 12, 2021.
Customers who have booked by February are kindly requested to visit the Disneyland Paris website, to book their trip.
Disneyland Paris closed its doors on October 29 due to the Covid for the second time this year.
France will begin to ease its COVID-19 lockdown this weekend so that by Christmas shops, theaters and cinemas will reopen and people can spend the holidays with their families, President Emmanuel Macron said yesterday.
In a televised address to the nation, Macron said the worst of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in France was over.
However, restaurants, cafes and bars are expected to remain closed until January 20, to avoid triggering a third wave.