Originally Posted by Le Saboteur
As previously mentioned, Florida still has an Adventure Outpost as does Paris. Despite the name, however, Paris felt like Indiana Jones was an afterthought; it had more The Jungle Book and The Lion King merchandise, and this video seems to confirm that it's still that way.
I can confirm that as of 16 April 2018 the Indiana Jones Outpost in Parc Disneyland has more flavors of Doritos than actual Indiana Jones merchandise. The bulk of the merchandise is comprised of plushes from The Lion King
and a handful of tee shirts from The Jungle Book
. The original animated flick, not the new thing.
The Indiana Jones merchandise consists of about five tee shirt designs, a hoodie, and the same knock off fedoras. I don't foresee it changing until the movie eventually comes out. Like all Disney parks, however, all gift shops have lost all connection to theme. You can buy Frozen
merchandise in Frontierland and all the toy guns you used to be able to buy are now gone.
Le Temple du Peril is still a terrible ride when it should be on par to two marquee Disney coasters -- Hyperspace Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Both are the definitive versions of the ride in any of Disney's parks, despite the crap overlay on what was supposed to be Discovery Mountain.
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