New Details On 'Frozen' Land Coming To Disneyland Revealed
It's enough to get kids and adults alike twitching with excitement: an amazing new Frozen land is opening at Disneyland Paris in 2023.
And while we received the news of the park's multi-year, multi-billion dollar expansion plans in 2018, we now have extra details of what the incredible Arendelle replica will actually look like - including actual blue prints!
OutsidEars, an unofficial media reporter for Disneyland Paris, shared blue prints of 'Frozen Land', which showed the bare bone plans for the kingdom's construction.
"We know you were waiting for them, here are the first shots of the future resort of Anna and Elsa at #WaltDisneyStudios at #DisneylandParis," it wrote on Twitter.
"Known today as 'Frozen Land', this new area will consist of an aquatic attraction, sister of the one under construction in Hong Kong Disneyland, two shops as well as a restaurant and a meeting place with two queens of Arendelle. #Insidears"
The blue prints clearly show Arendelle castle, home to Anna and Elsa in the Frozen films, as well the main attraction, Elsa's Ice Palace, which can be seen towering in the background.
So far, we know that the magical icy land will fall between Small World and Toy Story Land, and be set on a huge 7.5 acre lake, much like Arendelle's harbouring water.
Here, park-goers will be able to watch incredible performances on the water with seats offering a 360 degree view.
Additionally, there will be a replica of the Frozen Ever After attraction, currently open at Epcot at Disney World, which takes guests on a tour through Arendelle.
Sure to delight kids, there will also be the chance to meet characters from the much-loved franchise, including Princess Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf.
"This new, open-air development will add to the beauty and immersiveness of Walt Disney Studios Park, while providing the perfect center stage for not only daytime shows, but also nighttime spectaculars.
"It will completely rejuvenate the park's experience," said David Wilson, site portfolio executive for Euro Disneyland Imagineering.
The new details on the park follow the release of Frozen 2 in November 2019, which was branded "the best film of the year" by fans.
2023 cannot come any sooner.
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