Unfortunately, it might still be some time before you can visit Disneyland Paris. However, the park has given fans the option to visit virtually, and the latest tour features its famous gardens.
Disneyland Paris posted the tour on its YouTube channel in late April for Earth Month. The park’s gardener, Sebastien, leads you through different areas of the park and shares details about the unique plants and landscaping in each.
For example, Frontierland, inspired by the American West, uses gravel to convey the feeling of a slight drought, as well as trees and flowers to create a realistic look. In Adventureland, you’ll see a more lush area of the park, with palm trees (Sebastien shares a secret to get them to grow) and other plants unique to that climate.
Finally, you’ll tour Fantasyland, which is the area of the park with the most flowers and the home of 29 of the 50 Disneyland Paris topiaries.
These tours aren’t the only sneak peeks of the park you can check out on YouTube. The channel is also home to a series called “Ride and Learn.” In these videos, a tour guide takes you behind the scenes of some of the park’s most famous rides. You’ll learn all about their origins, details about their décor, and what the experience is like for riders.
If you need your Disney fix but can’t get to a park, or just want to check out what the park looks like across the pond, you’ll enjoy these virtual tours. If you want more virtual tourism experiences, you can also check out many of the world’s most popular museums online.