A brand new "Frozen Ever After" ride is coming to Epcot at Walt Disney
World in Florida, the family attraction will be opening in 2016 at the Norway Pavilion in World
Walt Disney promised that Disneyland would never be completed, so long as there is imagination left in the world, a promise to guests that Disney still takes seriously at all their theme parks around the world. Recently one particular product of imagination - Disney Animation’s blockbuster hit “Frozen” - captured the hearts and minds of people around the world and has given Disney a new opportunity to make good on Walt’s pledge.
Epcot guests will be able to visit the kingdom of Arendelle when the highly anticipated attraction “Frozen Ever After” opens in the Norway Pavilion in 2016. The family adventure welcoming guests to the magical world of “Frozen” will feature the popular story of the royal sisters, hit songs and new technology for an icy trek that is sure to warm hearts.
Once onboard their boat, guests will visit Arendelle for the Winter in Summer Celebration. Queen Elsa embraces her magical powers and creates a winter-in-summer day for the entire kingdom. Guests also will visit Elsa’s Ice Palace and the ice-blue world of the North Mountain, along with other locations before returning to the Bay of Arendelle.
Of course, favorite “Frozen” characters including the Snowgies from the animated short “Frozen Fever” will be part of this new attraction, along with spectacular sights inspired by the film.
To hold court with the royal sisters Anna and Elsa, guests will be invited to visit the charming “Royal Sommerhus.” It will reflect the architecture, interior design, cultural arts and crafts of Norway.
Construction has now started at Walt Disney World on the brand new “Frozen” attraction at the Norway Pavilion in Epcot. The new attraction, which replaces Maelstrom, will take guests to Arendelle and immerse them in many of their favorite moments and music from the film.
The pavilion will also include a royal greeting location where Anna and Elsa can meet guests. Disney believes that these “Frozen” elements are great complements to the Norway Pavilion, which showcases the country and region that inspired the film.