Disneyland Paris and its assets have been subject to a number of name changes, initially an effort to overcome the negative publicity that followed the inception of Euro Disney.
In 2002, Disney's CEO noted,
- As Americans, the word ‘Euro’ is believed to mean glamorous or exciting. For Europeans it turned out to be a term they associated with business, currency, and commerce. Renaming the park ‘Disneyland Paris’ was a way of identifying it with one of the most romantic and exciting cities in the world. —Michael Eisner
|Entire complex||Euro Disney Resort1||Euro Disney Resort Paris2||Disneyland Paris3||Disneyland Resort Paris4||Disneyland Paris5|
|First park||Euro Disneyland1||Euro Disneyland Paris2||Disneyland Park (English)/Parc Disneyland (French)4|
|Second park||Walt Disney Studios Park|
|Entertainment district||Festival Disney||Disney Village|
|Golf complex||Golf Euro Disney1||Golf Euro Disneyland Paris2||Golf Disneyland Paris3||Golf Disneyland4|
1until May 1994
2June 1994 until September
3October 1994 until February 2002
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“What is it? a learned man
Could give it a clumsy name.
Let him name it who can,
The beauty would be the same.”
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