Disney Magical Door tour offers chance to win family holidays to Disneyland Paris

Mickey Mouse emerges from the Disneyland Paris Magical Door

Disney is offering families the chance to win a holiday to Disneyland Paris as part of its 30th Anniversary celebrations. The park is offering new attractions this year, along with fresh hotel decors, and revamped food and drink offerings.

Its prize-giving portal, the Disney Magical Door, is embarking on a mini tour of the country this Easter, offering people the chance to unlock the magic.

There are 30 family holidays up for grabs when the Disney Magical Door stops off this April in Manchester, Birmingham and London. All players have to do to be in with a chance of bagging a prize is to pre-register for a unique digital key and use it to unlock the door at their chosen location. 

Disneyland Paris is now the number one tourist destination in Europe, with seven hotels, two theme parks, and 59 attractions…

Amanda Holden opens Disney Magical Door for Disneyland Paris anniversary
Amanda Holden tries her luck with Disney’s Magical Door

The brightly lit, interactive Disney Magical Door promises to be quite the sight when it lands in each city, for a limited time only. You can catch the Disney Magical Door at Manchester Trafford centre on April 7; Birmingham Bullring April 9 and London St Pancras Station  April 12-13.

To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Disneyland Paris, the Disney Magical Door has been parked up at the Heart Radio studio this week. Heart Radio Breakfast Show presenters Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden have been joining in the fun by promoting the door and encouraging listeners to sign up to receive their digital key.

Disneyland Paris 30th Anniversary Celebrations

Disneyland Paris officially opened April 12 1992. It’s now the number one tourist destination in Europe, with seven hotels, two theme parks, 59 attractions and two convention centres.

Disneyland Paris has attracted more than 375 million visits since its opening and currently employs 16, 000 Cast Members.

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