Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Disneyland Paris Phantom Manor Will Not Re-Open Before January 2019

DLP Phantom Manor Reopening at Disneyland Paris has been pushed to January 2019. And it is now official from DLP: "Refurbishment of the Ravenswood Mansion is taking longer than we expected because of the playful spirits. We look forward to welcoming guests to our re-imagined Phantom Manor attraction in early 2019."

Okay, so the reopening will be three months late. It's disappointing, but we will survive. Just three months more is not that dramatic.

Below, Imagineer Tom Fitzgerald announcing the upcoming changes in Phantom Manor.

Picture and video: copyright Disney


Anonymous said...

This will be the first time Phantom Manor is closed on Halloween. But if it saves them from working in a rush, it's for the better.

Anonymous said...

"Just three months more is not that dramatic."

I resent this attitude.
I visit DLP in December when it was supposed to be re opened.
I now miss the chance to ride it and have no clue when I'll next be visiting the resort.

so for me and my family who cant afford to go every year, "just three months" is incredibly dramatic.

good day.

Alain Littaye said...

Of course it' no good news for people like you who've booked their trip to DLP before Phantom Manor reopening in January. What i meant was that three months delay is much much less dramatic than if it has been, let's say, one year, and fans can wait three months. Except of course those like you who've already planified their trip for whom it's a much bigger problem.

Anonymous said...

it's only June?

what could've changed in the planned refurbishment that makes them think they need an extra three months?