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This is Frontierland, the legendary American West, where the rivers still run free and anyone's dream can turn to gold.

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Yeee ha!  You've arrived in Thunder Mesa, a bustling town at the height of the gold rush. Cool off and survey your territory on a riverboat from Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing, before setting off for the great frontier and setting your sights on gold at Big Thunder Mountain, as the wildest ride in the wilderness takes you on a plunging, twisting journey around the legendary peaks. Avoid a flooded mineshaft and toppling rocks, as you rumble through the deserted caverns of this stunning landscape.

The haunting music and eerie wails from the mansion on the hill draw you closer, to discover the dark secrets and haunting surprises of Phantom Manor. As you meet the 999 happy haunts, keep your wits about you - they say there's room for one more! Before you leave Thunder Mesa on the quest for even wilder frontiers, practice your cowboy competence at the local Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery.

Pocahontas Indian Village lets children have some carefree fun in the heart of the forest, whilst the laid-back, friendly atmosphere at The Chaparral Theater and Critter Corral is perfect for anyone who's all gold rush-ed out!

Relive your frontier dreams, discover mysterious secrets and become a part of the epic legends of the wild west, as your dreams turn to gold in Frontierland.

 

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Attractions

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Big Thunder Mountain Physical Restrictions applyDisney's Fastpass availableSouvenir photos available

Mine-train roller coaster with fast-paced drops and turns.

Hang on to your hats and glasses, this is the wildest ride in the wilderness! The disused Big Thunder Railroad has been fired up and kicked back into action. More »

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Phantom Manor Souvenir photos available

"Omnimover" dark ride, with audio-animatronics and special effects.

The doors open, the lights flicker, the rooms... stretch! Don't dawdle, move quickly - there are many strange and mysterious things to discover in this mansion on the hill. More »

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Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing

Old-fashioned riverboat trip around the Rivers of the Far West.

The gold rush brought an elegant riverboat landing and two majestic riverboats, Mark Twain and Molly Brown, who ply the Rivers of the Far West. More »

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Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery Extra charge

Shooting gallery with 74 animated targets.

Before your wild, Western adventure, stop off at this wacky shooting gallery, where you can test your skill and see if you've got what it takes to become a legend of the Wild West. More »

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Legends of the Wild West

Walk-through exhibit of Western tableaux, up and around Fort Comstock.

Fort Comstock, a remnant from before the gold rush, pays homage to the legendary folk of the Wild West, with historic tableaux and an inspiring viewpoint over Thunder Mesa. More »

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River Rogue Keelboats Seasonal closures apply

Guided keelboat tour around the lively waters of Wilderness Island.

The two classic river Keelboats give guided tours of the rivers at their own steady pace, right up close to the fascinating landscape and roaming wildlife of the islands. More »

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Pocahontas Indian Village

Outdoor children's adventure playground.

Inquisitive children can discover what lies just around the riverbend and learn to paint with all the colours of the wind at this settlement of traditional Indian tepees. More »

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Woody's Roundup Village

Future Attraction due to replace the old Critter Corral.

The corner of Frontierland between the Disneyland Railroad line and Cowboy Cookout Barbeque, formerly Critter Corral, is due to be enhanced with a new development in the near future.

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Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot

Old-fashioned railroad journey around the magic kingdom.

Hop aboard the majestic Disneyland Railroad for a grand circle tour of the Magic Kingdom, with stops at Main Street USA, Fantasyland and Discoveryland. More »

Tips & Advice

Physical Restrictions apply Physical Restrictions apply

Souvenir photos available May frighten some

Extra charge Extra charge required

Seasonal closures apply Seasonal closures may apply

Disney's Fastpass available Disney's Fastpass available

Souvenir photos available Souvenir photos available

Big Thunder Mountain is the most popular attraction in the park. Head here at opening or just before closing, or grab a Fastpass.

Phantom Manor takes on a new (after) life at night, with the distant howl of coyotes and an awesome eerie ambiance!

Frontierland is one of the best lands to take a break from the action and relax.  Head over to Cottonwood Creek Ranch, Boot Hill or the waterfront of Pocahontas Indian Village for a quiet corner.

Disney's Fastpass availableDisney's Fastpass

Why wait in line? Get a time!

This FREE time-saving service lets you pick up a time slot ticket to give priority access when you return between the times indicated.

Available at:

Big Thunder Mountain

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Entertainment

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The Chaparral Theater

Outdoor, covered theatre; 1,350 seats.

Live entertainment comes to the barns of Cottonwood Creek Ranch throughout the year, featuring The Tarzan Encounter and Mickey's Winter Wonderland. More »

Seasons & Events

Frontierland also comes alive with entertainment during Disney's Halloween Festival every October!

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Restaurants

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Silver Spur Steakhouse

Table service; American steakhouse cuisine.

This luxurious western steakhouse welcomes only the most legendary of western heroes to discover its delicious menu of prime rib and grilled meats.

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The Lucky Nugget Saloon

Buffet service; International/American cuisine.

Diamond Lil hit upon an enormous gold nugget on Big Thunder, and so The Lucky Nugget Saloon was born! This grand saloon hall serves up a mouth-watering Western buffet throughout the day.

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Cowboy Cookout Barbeque

Counter service; American barbeque cuisine.

With a friendly warmth and perpetual spirit of festivity, Cowboy Cookout Barbeque serves up barbecued chicken, ribs and hamburgers in the old barn of Cottonwood Creek Ranch.

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Fuente del Oro Restaurante

Counter service; Tex-Mex cuisine.

The spicy southern taste of Mexican specialties has arrived north, in a clay-built dining area populated by free-flying birds and looking out onto a courtyard fountain.

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Last Chance Cafe

Quick bite; American cuisine.

Whether you're heading off to the wild frontier or daring to enter Phantom Manor, this bullet-holed shack is your last chance to grab some essential frontier supplies.

Restaurant Reservations

Disneyland Resort Paris now has a single, centralised reservations hotline for all of its table service restaurants, available to book up to three months in advance!

Just call (+33) 01 60 30 40 50

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Boutiques

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Thunder Mesa Mercantile Building

Clothing, plush toys, sweets, pins.

A wide range of gifts and souvenirs at Eureka Mining Supplies, a superb supply of Western attire at Bonanza Outfitters and anything (and everything) else at Tobias Norton & Sons.

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Big Thunder Photographer

Souvenir attraction photos.

Dramatic, far-western, mine train photography from your ride on the rickety railroad of Big Thunder Mountain.

Shopping Service

Weighed down by souvenirs? Just ask for 'Shopping Service' when you pay (select stores) and your purchases will be waiting for pick-up at Disney Store in Disney Village from 6pm!

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Big Thunder Mountain Phantom Manor Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery Legends of the Wild West River Rogue Keelboats Pocahontas Indian Village Future Attraction Disneyland Railroad Frontierland Depot The Chaparral Theater Silver Spur Steakhouse The Lucky Nugget Saloon Cowboy Cookout Barbeque Fuente del Oro Restaurante Last Chance Cafe Thunder Mesa Mercantile Building Big Thunder Photographer