Disneyland Paris on Sunday introduced the Avengers campus, The first part of its first extension since its opening in 1992With which it seeks to continue its leadership as a leading European destination.
This is the first part of a major expansion of the park, which was announced in 2018 on the occasion of an agreement between the American giant and the French government.
This expansion, which is budgeted at $2 billion, will later include two more phases, each with specific areas related to frozen movie with star wars saga, Although they do not have an expected opening date at the moment.
Avengers Campus seeks to immerse the visitor in a “recruiting” training academy along with superheroes such as Iron Man, Spiderman, Captain Marvel or Wakanda Warriors, Inside the multiverse created from Marvel Comics, a company that Disney acquired in 2009.
Creators and technicians have created a specific narrative around this campus launched by Tony Stark, A billionaire and a tech wizard who saves humanity from time to time with an iron man suit, to recruit and train future superheroes.
“When creating a story and experience, you have to be consistent in everything that is seen, touched, smelled, or tasted,” explained the park’s creative director, Beth Clapperton, during a roundtable with other developers today.
“We believe this campus is real and that you can be a part of it,” he added.
The Avengers Campus, which opens to the public on July 20, includes two new attractions, a high-speed roller coaster and one that lets you help Spider-Man on a mission, as well as two restaurants, A “food truck” and a hotel, Previously opened in June 2021.
Disney doesn’t provide numbers on the number of visitors to its parks, but it claims that its park on the outskirts of Paris is the number one tourist attraction in Europe.
Spain is the third country for the nationality of its visitors after France and the United Kingdom.
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