Disneyland® Paris’ free shopping, dining, and entertainment district, Disney® Village is a buzzing and action-packed destination that’s perfect for families. Located between both Disneyland Paris parks and area hotels, it’s home to dozens of restaurants, theatrical performances, a movie theater, shops, a hot-air balloon, and more.
Designed by architect Frank Gehry and first debuted in 1992, Disney Village offers a dose of festivity and movie magic, without necessarily visiting Disneyland Paris’ two adjacent theme parks (Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park). The entertainment district offers a wide array of attractions, and it’s possible to customize your own experience. Visit eateries ranging from Planet Hollywood to the Rainforest Café; take in shows like the ever-popular Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show...with Mickey & Friends!; ride the PanoraMagique—one of the world’s largest hot-air balloons; browse shops like The LEGO® Store and the Disney Gallery; and enjoy a movie break at the 15-screen Gaumont Cinema, complete with IMAX screen.
Disney Village can be visited during trips to Disneyland Paris, from one-day, self-led excursions to multi-day, guided itineraries. For your convenience, it’s also possible to prebook restaurant reservations and more online.
Things to know before you go
- Disney Village is free to visit; barring special events and occasions, you don’t need any tickets to explore and take in the spectacle.
- Free Wi-Fi is provided across the site, as are ATMs.
- For visitors staying at Disney hotels, Disney Village attractions can be charged to your account and purchases can be delivered directly to your room.
- Disney Village is accessible to visitors with mobility, visual, and hearing disabilities.
How to get there
Disney Village is part of the Disneyland Paris complex, located in Marne-la-Vallée. The landmark is located less than an hour’s trip from Paris. If you plan to drive, take the A4; paid parking is also available at Disney Village’s own lot. Marne-la-Vallée is also linked with Paris via the RER A, Ouigo, and Eurostar train services. Travel via shuttle or guided tour to make getting around even simpler.
When to get there
Disney Village is open every day from 7:30am until late, so there’s ample time to explore its dozens of shops, restaurants, and other attractions. Note that the park is occasionally closed to non-ticketed visitors for select events, and that individual eateries and venues may operate their own hours, so it’s worth researching specifics in advance.
Events at Disney Village
In addition to its many shops, restaurants, and attractions, Disney Village also boasts a busy events calendar. Head to Billy Bob's, which hosts blues, salsa, pop-rock, and country concerts, and book tickets to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show...with Mickey & Friends! The district also hosts festivals throughout the year, including a St. Patrick’s Day Festival, a Blues Weekend, New Orleans Celebrations, and more, and comes alive with festive decorations in time for Halloween and Christmas.
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