The Disneyland Paris Resort has been blanketed in snow for the second time in December, resulting in a stunning backdrop for the Enchanted Christmas 2010 celebrations.
Theme Park Tourist's Nick and Natalie witnessed the snowfall during a trip to Disneyland Paris to review the Enchanted Christmas events. We were lucky enough to see both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios layered with snow, creating a festive theme that Disney's Imagineers could only have dreamed of.
We'll be publishing a full review of Enchanted Christmas 2010 in the coming days, but in the meantime you can view a selection of photographs of Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios in the snow below:
The Disneyland Hotel looked stunning as guests entered the park.
Big Thunder Mountain was unable to operate on Sunday due to the snow.
Snow is a strange fit with Discoveryland's futuristic theme.
Darth Vader used the force in snowball fights with guests.
Sleeping Beauty Castle was layered with several inches of fresh snow.
There were chilly conditions for the pirates in Adventureland.
It's a Snowy World after all...
Phantom Manor looked over a strangely cold Wild West in Frontierland.
Dumbo The Flying Elephant reopened in the afternoon as the snow melted.
Riders on Space Mountain: Mission 2 were safely protected from the snow.
Guests who rode out the weather conditions were rewarded with a stunning show on Sleeping Beauty castle in the evening.
Riders on the Disneyland Railroad had a great view of a snow-covered Santa's Village.
Big Thunder Mountain was back up-and-running on Monday - still covered in snow.
Sleeping Beauty Castle gleamed against lingering snow on Monday night.
The rides in the new Toy Story Playland operated as normal despite the snow.