We simply cannot “Let it go!” Disneyland Paris is building a Frozen-Inspired land, and fans cannot wait for the final product. Based on the beloved film Frozen (2013), the land was announced in 2022 it would be making its way to Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris. Imagineers and Cast Members alike have been working hard to complete this big project to bring Arendelle to Guests.
To keep up with the constant updates on the construction, Chairman Josh D’Amaro took a trip to Paris to give Guests some news. He was joined by Disneyland Paris President Natacha Rafalski to talk about what’s to come for the Frozen-inspired land. Additionally, the two can be seen in the tweet below standing in murky water, which will be transformed into something beautiful.
Walt Disney Imagineering shared video of Disneyland Paris President Natacha Rafalski and Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro at the construction site of the upcoming Frozen-themed area coming to Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris. pic.twitter.com/5LcQ3gibzU
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Disneyland Paris is wrapping up their celebrations for the 30th anniversary, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other exciting things to celebrate! The Frozen-inspired land is full steam ahead and is getting consistent updates. As Inside the Magic previously reported, aerial views of the construction were released, giving fans a taste of what’s to come. “You can see some impressive new shapes as buildings appear, and more items within the construction are becoming more revealing, giving us a better insight into what’s coming,” Inside the Magic writes.
While the construction is still underway, Guests can expect a Frozen wonderland coming to life at Disneyland Paris. “When you arrive at the heart of the Park, you’ll be immersed in the same wintery atmosphere experienced during the movies,” Disney Parks Blog begins. Elsa’s Ice Castle will be a main focus standing 131 feet high and covered in snow. Additionally, the village will be home to shopping and dining options, with Norwegian-inspired architecture. Lastly, the Picturesque Promenade will be the access point to the Kingdom of Arendelle, offering themed gardens for a magical view.
And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Frozen-inspired land without the characters that make the film so loved. Guests will have opportunities to meet their favorite characters like Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and more. Guests can already enjoy some Frozen excitement in Toon Studio at Walt Disney Studios Park. Although the attractions and entertainment are a fun way to immerse yourself in the film, nothing will compare to the Frozen-inspired land that is soon to come.
Will you visit Disneyland Paris to experience the Frozen-inspired land?