Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Legends of the Wild West

Discover an old Wild West fort and see how those lived, who dared to settle down in the wilderness.

To get from Main Street U.S.A. to Frontierland, guests have to pass through the wooden gates of Fort Comstock. This fort is a recreation of the few outposts of civilization along the American frontier.

At Disneyland Paris, guests will discover some of the greatest heroes from those days at Fort Comstock. Several tableaus portray such unforgetabble characters like Davey Crockett and Buffalo Bill and different aspects of life in the wilderness.

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Fort Comstock also offers a fantastic view onto the western town Thunder Mesa and Frontierland's major attractions Phantom Manor and the majestic Big Thunder Mountain.

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One might think that Fort Comstock was named after one of those famous "Legends of the Wild West". But according to legend, the fort was actually named after Walt Disney Imagineering landscape architect Paul Comstock. He had learned from Imagineering legend Bill Evans, who designed landscapes for Disney theme parks ever since the original Disneyland, which openend in 1955.

Evans developed his work on three considerations: first, to ensure guest comfort with shade and shelter. Second, to create a ring of Earth and vegetation around a theme park to hide the real world. And third to help telling a story through landscaping - as you notice with the lush jungel plants at Adventureland or the North American trees around Frontierland.

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