One of my favorite times to visit Disneyland Paris (and Paris) is summer for the very late evenings. Sunset tonight is at 9:55 p.m.! Our friend Martin Smith from MartinsVidsDotNet took some photos for us last night to post of sunset around the main park. These photos start at about 10:00 p.m. and end after 10:30 p.m., when there was still light in the sky. It is a really amazing time to be there.
Here are 22 photos from last night in Disneyland Park!
It still looks like daytime at Phantom Manor even though the clock was striking 10.
Here is a look from Fantasyland toward Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty Castle).
Dumbo was nearby.
The sky was starting to darken near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Martin took a walk through Discoveryland.
The Orbitron was completely refurbished last year.
Hyperspace Mountain is in view.
Guests can meet “Star Wars” characters at Starport.
Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant can be seen beyond Autopia.
Sleeping Beauty Castle was bathed in pink with the night sky darkening.
Here is a look down Main Street toward the Disneyland Hotel (currently closed for a royal transformation).
The sky looked amazing!
The gazebo at Town Square has been beautifully decorated for the 30th Anniversary of Disneyland Paris. It really comes alive at night.
The entrance to the park is also beautifully lit at night for the 30th.
And the last photo is of the Disneyland Hotel, and you can see the Mickey floral in front of it.
Thank you to Martin at MartinsVidsDotNet for the photos, check out his YouTube channel!
I mentioned that summer is one of my favorite times to visit – I love all the seasons at Disneyland Paris (and Paris). The holiday season is lovely for the short days, which allows the Christmas lights to be viewed for much of the day. Halloween season is always amazing. But there is something about summer, when often I go to sleep before the dark is gone and then wake up to a fully light sky. It is a wonderful time to be there.