The 60th attraction of the Disneyland Paris resort just opened putting a great big smile on the faces of guests. Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy (or Ratatouille: The Adventure) opened inside Walt Disney Studios on July 10th. It’s part of a mini-land themed to the cobbled streets of Parise and La Place de Remy right out of the Pixar movie – Ratatouille.
Guests on the attraction will experience audio-animatronic animation and larger-than-life projections that immerse them in the world of Rémy. The ride flies over the rooftops of Paris, through the kitchen, and into the rush of a French dining room all via your own “ratmobile.”
Here’s an early video ride-through:
La Place de Rémy is also home to a table-service restaurant, Bistrot Chez Remy. It features French specialties including ratatouille.
More fun facts about Ratatouille: The Adventure below the jump:
Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy and its area were built on French craftsmanship and savoir-faire.
- The project required the skills of more than 4000 craftspeople, 80% of which were French. A total of 44 French companies helped to create the attraction, including 34 from Île-de-France and 11 from Seine-et-Marne.
- One such enterprise is Paradis Expansion, which created the decor at the entrance to Bistrot Chez Rémy.
- The company Fisa, based in Essonne, created a special ultrasonic cleaning system for the attraction, which allows 22,000 pairs of 3D glasses to be cleaned in five hours.
- French wines* and cuisine are on the menu at Bistrot Chez Rémy. With 370 seats, this is the largest table-service restaurant at Disneyland Paris. 80% of the produce used is of French origin, and the meat is sourced from within Europe (Scotland or France).