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First Look At Disneyland Paris' New Dream Factory Opening In 2021

First Look At Disneyland Paris' New Dream Factory Opening In 2021

The attraction's opening was delayed by Covid-19 but when it does open later this year, it's sure to be a spectacular place to be.

Gregory Robinson

Gregory Robinson

We are counting down the days until we are able to go on holiday again and Disneyland Paris happens to be high on our list of places to go.

To tide us over until restrictions on travel are lifted, Disneyland Paris has released brand new images of their fancy Dream Factory attraction and it looks spectacular!

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The opening of the Disney Junior Dream Factory was delayed by Covid-19, but when it opens later this year it will be the place where the Disney Junior shows are performed by our faves Mickey and Minnie Mouse and friends.

In addition to Mickey and Minnie, there will be other characters from the Disney Junior franchises - Timon, Vampirina and Fancy Nancy Clancy, making their appearances at Disneyland Paris for the first time.

We now have our first glimpse into the Disney Junior dream factory (
Disneyland Paris/Youtube)

The set was built by the Wanecque company and they shared a photos of the set with Outside Ears.

It shows a grand gold design with a humongous Disney logo at the top and has a factory theme.

In December, a video from a live stream was uploaded to Disneyland's YouTube channel.

The video includes a sneak peak around the new set and special appearances from Mickey and Minnie.

We also get to hear show director, Paul Chychota, talk about the inspiration behind the new set.

He said: "The idea for this show came to me while listening to the music of the various Disney Junior franchises. There was a common thread: The importance of dreaming and believing in your dreams. That's how Disney Junior Dream Factory came about."

To make room for the upgraded show, the theatre that was previously home to the Disney Junior Live on Stage! show has been transformed into Studio D - a subsidiary studio which allows accomodation for both shows as well as events.

The land of dreams just got spectacular makeover (

Paul describes it as a "flex-space" because it has multiple configurations and has the capabilities to house special effects.

Claire Salmon, executive producer of Disney Junior Dream Factory, has been working on the project for more than two years, collaborating with many teams along the way.

We cannot wait to see it in real life!

Featured Image Credit: Wanecque/Outside Ears

Topics: Disney, Disneyland