Though Disneyland Paris got off to a rocky start, it's been making a comeback since its 1992 opening and now sees millions of visitors pass through every year. The resort consists of two theme parks — the 2002-opened Walt Disney Studios Park and the original Disneyland Park — and the latter of the two has seen lots of changes over its existence.

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Today, we're taking a look at just a handful of the shows, rides, and short films at Disneyland Park in Paris, France, that no longer exist. While some of these attractions were unique to the park, others had or still have counterparts in North America. With that said, it's time to jump in the time machine and take a glance at the defining attractions of the old Disneyland Park.

10 Indian Canoe

This free-floating canoe ride is known by an alternate name at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California: Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes.

This attraction had guests boarding a boat and being given a paddle. A cast member sat at the front of the canoe and directed guests to row down a pathway filled with rock formations and trees. Though the Paris version of this ride was fun, it did not last for long and closed in 1994, only 2 years after its opening.

9 Mulan, La Légende

This ambitious Mulan stage show, which operated out of the Videopolis Theater, featured fifty talented performers. They paid tribute to the original animated film through exciting acrobatics, juggling, and physical stunts.

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Though singing and acting were not at the center of the show, many reworked versions of the films’ songs were featured as background music. The production ran from 1999, a year after Mulan debuted, to 2002.

8 The Timekeeper

This 1992 Circle-Vision film was shown at three Disney parks across the world, including Disneyland Paris. The European version of this show, originally known as Le Visionarium, was the first time Imagineers tried to tell an immersive narrative through a 360-degree format. The concept was set to focus on French author Jules Verne, time travel, and European culture, history, and inventions.

Though the creators’ hopes were set high, the actual performance of the attraction was low. Disneyland Paris closed its version of the show after losing its sponsor, Renault, in 2004. It was then replaced by Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast.

7 Following The Leader With Peter Pan

Disneyland Park debuted this interactive live stage show in Adventureland as part of the Magical Moments Festival in 2011. The outdoor show featured a cast of colorful characters from the original Peter Pan film as well as lots of dancing and singing.

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Additionally, the characters would invite young audience members on stage for portions of the performance, making it a very family-friendly attraction. The show was retired in 2012.

6 Space Mountain: De La Terre à La Lune

This version of Space Mountain is not the one you’re familiar with. If you’ve ever ridden the original non-Star Wars version attraction in the United States, you’re probably used to the ‘70s space travel theme. However, Paris’ Space Mountain traded this style for a steampunk interior and exterior. Additionally, the story of the ride was alternatively based on Jules Verne’s classic 1865 novel, From the Earth to the Moon.

While this version of the attraction was beloved, the roller coaster has seen its fair share of updates and is today based on Star Wars. That being said, many still consider the European Space Mountain to be the best of the bunch.

5 Honey, I Shrunk The Audience

If you’ve been to any other Disney Park between the ‘90s and 2010, you're probably familiar with this 4D film. Honey, I Shrunk the Audience, based on the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids film series, tells the story of a wacky professor who accidentally miniaturizes the audience with his new invention during a ceremony at which he is to receive an award. This leads to all sorts of chaos and fun effects.

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The Paris version of this attraction opened in 1999, however, it closed across the globe in 2010 to make room for the Captain EO tribute.

4 For The First Time In Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration

This is another attraction that has been featured at Disney Parks around the world. However, while Disney's Hollywood Studios still regularly performs the stage show, Disneyland Park does not.

The Paris version of this show, which ran from 2015 to 2018, featured live actors and music from the animated hit starring Anna and Elsa. Europe's Frozen Sing-Along Celebration was also the first of any version to feature a costumed Olaf in the show. Perfect for native French speakers as well as American visitors, the Frozen show featured separate performances in both French and English throughout the day.

3 Tarzan: The Encounter

This musical stage show based on Tarzan was regularly performed in The Chaparral Theater from 2000 to 2008, making another brief appearance just a few years later.

Tarzan: The Encounter brought all the excitement of the original film to the stage, featuring Phil Collin's iconic music, talented acrobats, and other costumed performers including Tarzan and Jane themselves. Let's not overlook the fabulous moment in which Terk got to to perform "Trashin' the Camp" alongside a cast of swingin' monkeys.

2 Pocahontas Spectacular

Before Tarzan took over The Chaparral Theater, Pocahontas was bringing her own story to life on stage.

From 1996 through 1999, the Pocahontas Spectacular had the storyteller Werowance and the Powhatan tribe creatively retelling the plot of the original animated film. There was lots of dancing, singing, acting, dancing, special effects, and even fire. This combination helped stock the show full of unforgettable adventure.

1 Beauty And The Beast Live On Stage

We're finishing off this list of now-extinct Disneyland Park attractions by looking at a show that was actually set in France; Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage. While you can still watch the show in Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida, seeing it performed in Europe is no longer an option.

The musical had the leading characters from Beauty and the Beast as well as a few additional actors performing a condensed version of the film. The French version shared many features of the American version, however, the recorded vocal track was in French. The show played at the Videopolis Theater from 1992 to 1996.

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