Toon Studio is a land at Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris, France. The land, formerly known as Animation Courtyard, received a revamp in 2007 to features a more colourful and "immersive," theming. In August of 2021, much of the land's Pixar attractions were rebranded under a new sub-area referred to as Worlds of Pixar.
Developed by Walt Disney Imagineering, the new land was announced on January 11, 2005 by Euro Disney S.C.A., the owner and operator of Disneyland Paris, as part of a new initiative to add new attractions to both theme parks made possible by a major financial restructuring. The new creative director for Walt Disney Imagineering, John Lasseter, has made it clear he is reviewing all concepts for attractions that have been definitely commissioned, and in particular the Toon Studio is an area he wants to expand upon.
The Toon Studio concept is a spin-off of the Mickey's Toontown idea. Mickey's Toontown is an area at three other Disney theme parks where guests can experience the living environments of Disney characters, whereas the Walt Disney Studios is being publicised as where the Disney characters "go to work" (as demonstrated in Who Framed Roger Rabbit), producing their animated films themselves using conventional movie-making equipment such as cameras, lights, the clapperboard, etc..
- Animation Celebration
- Mickey et le Magicien (Mickey and the Magician) (2016-2020) (Reopening in 2022)
- Flying Carpets Over Agrabah
- Toon Studio Plaza Locations
- Worlds of Pixar
- Toy Story Playland
Former attractions and Entertainment
- Toon Studio Catering Co.
- Jessie's Snack Roundup
- Bistrot Chez Rémy
- The Disney Animation Gallery
- Animagique Kiosk
- Chez Marianne, Souvenirs de Paris