If the mega Disneyland-esque theme park coming to the UK wasn't enough to keep you going, Disneyland Paris have just revealed the first look at Frozen Land, which is launching at the park in 2023. Well, this is exciting.
Fans of Arendelle will be happy to hear the expansion plans are in full swing, with blue prints of the new rides doing the rounds on Twitter. 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," they wrote on Twitter.
Connue aujourd'hui sous le nom de "Frozen Land", cette nouvelle zone se composera d'une attraction aquatique, soeur de celle en construction à Hong Kong Disneyland, de deux boutiques ainsi que d'un restaurant et un lieu de rencontres avec les deux reines d'Arendelle. #Insidears pic.twitter.com/HGb4PgbW8g— OutsidEars (@OutsidEarsDLP) February 10, 2020
"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"
By 'two queens of Arendelle', we're assuming they mean Elsa and Anna. In which case, EXCITING. With Kristoff and Olaf be there too? Please?
The blue prints show Arendelle castle from the Frozen films, as well the main attraction, Elsa's Ice Palace, towering in the background. Details are quite sparse about what the land will consist of, but we do know it'll fall between Small World and Toy Story Land, and be set on a huge 7.5 acre lake. Just like in the movies!
Speaking of the development, David Wilson, site portfolio executive for Euro Disneyland Imagineering said:
"This new, open-air development will add to the beauty and immersiveness of Walt Disney Studios Park, while providing the perfect centre stage for not only daytime shows, but also nighttime spectaculars. It will completely rejuvenate the park's experience."
Consider us there.
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