This is the Sleeping Beauty Castle, located in Disneyland in Anaheim, California. It is 77 feet tall. It has grey bricks, and a few pink ones, and the roofing and turrets are a light blue, making it appear “shiny”. There are many gold accents throughout the facade, as well, made of gold leaf.
This is called the Cinderella Castle, and it is located in the Magic Kingdom park in Walt Disney World Resort. It stands 189 feet tall. It is made up of white and gray stones, and royal blue turrets, with some spires painted gold (not laid with gold, just paint).
This is Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant, translated to Sleeping Beauty Castle. It is located in Disneyland Paris. It stands 160 feet tall. It is mostly covered by pink bricks, some gray, and royal blue turrets and roofing, along with a few gold accents.
This is the Cinderella Castle in Tokyo Disneyland. It stands at 189 feet tall, just like the one in WDW. However, the bricks covering it are more of a tan, or dusty pink, color, the turrets are a different shade of blue, and the castle has gold trimming.
This is the Sleeping Beauty Castle, located in Hong Kong Disneyland. It is 77 feet tall, like that in Disneyland California. However, the turrets and roof are a darker shade of blue, there is more pink used, and there mostly white and pink accents instead of gold like in Disneyland California.
There’s not much info on the Shanghai Disneyland castle, but it is said that it will be the tallest one yet, and include interactive features.
Well, I hope this helped. maybe now people won’t get names and parks mixed up…
AN IMPORTANT NOTE: It is not “Cinderella’s Castle” or “Sleeping Beauty’s Castle”. It is simply Cinderella & Sleeping Beauty, non-possessive.