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Disneyland Paris with Kids: Best of Adventureland

Adventureland - Disneyland© ParisExplore ‘til your heart’s content in Adventureland at Disneyland© Paris, through the maze of trees, rope bridges, rivers and hideouts. Big thrills sit pleasantly alongside calmer waters, but do you dare brush shoulders with the pirates who reside here?

Little Boys Will Love…

Adventure Isle & Pirates’ Beach

Little shipmates aged 3-9 will love Pirates’ Beach play area situated next to the lifesize pirate ship. For the bigger buccaneers amongst you, try out Adventure Isle – a myriad of sky-high, rope bridges, haunted passages and spooky lagoons – a place to get truly lost!

Little Girls Will Love…

Disneyland Paris Adventureland - La Cabane des Robinsons (from Swiss Family Robinson) © Disney La Cabane des Robinson

This tree house, inspired by the Swiss Family Robinson, promises to spark your little ones’ imaginations as they play make believe in the treetops! Climb the grand staircase, take a peek into the Robinsons’ kitchen and look out over the park from the very top. Can you spot anyone famous from up there?

[box]Top tip: Enjoy exotic, a la carte seafood at the Blue Lagoon Restaurant… and watch the Pirates of the Caribbean ride sail past as you dine![/box]

Over 10s Will Love…

Disneyland Paris Adventureland - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril © Disney Indiana Jones & the Temple of Peril

Hold onto your Stetsons and prepare for the ride of your life in this runaway mine cart  journey! Travel at perilous speeds through the ancient ruins, as you twist and turn at dizzying heights, in an action packed adventure that rivals those of Indiana Jones himself. Truly exhilarating.

Everyone Will Love…

Disneyland Paris Adventureland - Pirates of the Caribbean © Disney Pirates of the Caribbean

The whole family will be shouting ‘a pirate’s life for me’ once you’ve experienced this gem of a ride. Get comfy in your boat as you sail through a pirate-infested town complete with golden treasure, fair maidens and maybe a splash or two for good measure…

Arrh, sit tight me hearties!

[box]Top Tip:   As part of the new Magical Moments Festival, little shipmates can meet Jack Sparrow every afternoon outside the Pirates ride![/box]

Don’t Miss Out…

Aladdin’s Magic Lamp

Every afternoon from 3pm, as part of the Magical Moments Festival, budding sultans and princesses can meet Aladdin, Jasmine and the Genie at this brand new photo spot. Rub the lamp and make a wish!
Disneyland Paris Adventureland - Captain Hook © Disney

Don’t Miss Out…

Following the Leader with Peter Pan Take a journey to Neverland by catching this all-new show near to the pirate ship in Adventureland. Featuring Peter Pan, his pirates and Captain Hook, this interactive spectacle is sure to make every child and parent alike say they never want to grow up!

More Disneyland Paris Tips

logo_dining copyright disneyland parisRecommended Dining…
Hakuna Matata Restaurant

This Lion King themed restaurant serves fast food in an African style. Kebabs, curries, spicy chicken and potato wedges make up the majority of the menu – which is handily divided into 3 different price groups. Dine before 1.30 pm or 5.30 pm and watch in comfort as the Adventureland rhythms of the jungle event takes place right outside the restaurant.

[box]Top Tip:   Adventureland Rhythms of the Jungle is a twice-daily musical celebration where the Jungle Book meets the Lion King![/box]

special offers logo - copyright disneyland parisSpecial Offers and Best Hotels

There are often unbeatable special offers on Disneyland Paris including free accommodation and park tickets for kids. Make sure you check out the current Disneyland Paris deals.


Disneyland Paris Hotels logo copyright Disneyland ParisWhere to Stay & Tips for Parents

Before you book, you should check out our favourite Disneyland Paris Hotels, and read our tips on visiting Disneyland Paris with Toddlers and Young Children.


My tips on visiting Disneyland Paris with Young Children are based on first-hand research exploring Disneyland Paris, made possible thanks to those lovely folks over at Disneyland Paris and Eurostar.

Written by Janis P.

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