Finding ‘Frozen’ at Walt Disney World this summer

Posted on: July 27, 2016 at 3:10 am

The Frozen Ever After ride that opened in Epcot last month was an instant hit, but it’s not the only place that Walt Disney World guests can get a dose of Elsa, Anna, and their friends. The ride and the Royal Summerhaus next door, where the sisters greet their fans in a charmingly themed cottage, are just two of the ‘Frozen’ fun opportunities that stretch across three of the Walt Disney World theme parks,

Ride through the world of ‘Frozen’

Frozen Ever After is popular because it’s the brand-new ride in World Showcase at Epcot, and also because of its charm. It features all of the movie’s beloved characters, including Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, Olaf, and even the rock trolls. Take a virtual ride via the video below:

Take a ride on the new Frozen Ever After ride in Norway at Epcot July7, 2016

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The ride was crafted from the original Maelstrom boat ride through Norweigan history. Frozen Ever After was an easy fit in the pavilion because the movie’s fictional kingdom of Arendelle was heavily inspired by Norway. Wait times get long on the busiest days at Epcot unless you get a FastPass. Still, the queue line is packed with large and small details to help you pass the time, as seen in the video below. While Oaken isn’t in the ride, watch (or listen) for him while you wait. Experience the queue in the video below:

A quick walk through of the Frozen Ever After queue at Epcot July 8, 2016

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