When Disney released Frozen (2013), it became a surprise hit for Walt Disney Studios. With its captivating story, memorable characters, and iconic song “Let It Go,” Frozen quickly became a cultural phenomenon. The franchise has expanded, releasing various shorts and Frozen II (2019), making Elsa and Anna beloved Disney characters.
Frozen in the United States
The success spawned off multiple Disneyland and Disney World attractions, including Frozen Ever After at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT and For the First Time in Forever Frozen Sing-Along at Hollywood Studios.
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But the movie and its character’s popularity have spread across the globe. Walt Disney Imagineering has been diligently working on the World of Frozen in Hong Kong Disneyland. The Walt Disney Company recently announced that the Frozen-themed land will open in November of this year.
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Hong Kong Disneyland has shared a progress video, keeping fans and Guests updated on the developments. The World of Frozen is set between the two movies, allowing visitors to encounter the familiar Queen Elsa and Princess Anna.
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Exciting attractions await in the Frozen Land, including Frozen Ever After, Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs (a roller coaster), and Playhouse in the Woods. The area will also feature a variety of shops and eateries like Northern Delights and Tick Tock Toys & Collectibles.
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More Frozen Lands Coming to Other Parks
Other Disney Parks around the world are also getting their own Frozen-themed lands. Tokyo DisneySea is set to open its Fantasy Springs expansion in spring 2024, featuring Frozen Kingdom.
Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris will also introduce its own Frozen Land in 2025.
However, Disney hasn’t confirmed any Frozen-themed land for Disneyland or Disney World, meaning Guests in the United States will need to make do with Frozen Ever After at EPCOT for now.