While Disney’s “Frozen” doesn’t arrive in theaters until November 27, character greetings and other offerings inspired by this film have already made their way into Disneyland park, Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot and even Disneyland Park (Paris).
Guests can now greet two characters from the film, Anna and Elsa, in Fantasyland at Disneyland park and (when the sisters travel east to Walt Disney World Resort) they appear at the Norway Pavilion at Epcot.
At Magic Kingdom Park, guests can enjoy a new “Frozen” segment in the nightly “Celebrate the Magic” castle projection show.
“World of Color – Winter Dreams” opened November 15 at Disney California Adventure park and runs through January 6. This all-new nighttime spectacular is hosted by lovable snowman Olaf, and features songs from Disney’s “Frozen,” including the show-stopping “Let it Go.”
At Disneyland Paris, “Frozen” has inspired a slew of new holiday offerings, including snowman Olaf leading the park’s nightly “Disney Dreams! of Christmas” show, and more.
Steven Miller also shared a sneak peek at some of the film-inspired merchandise you can now find at both the Disneyland Resort and the Walt Disney World Resort. Check out the new items below!
Be sure to check the Disney Parks Blog next week for more on new “Frozen”-inspired guest offerings.
I’m really looking forward to seeing Frozen.
I saw World of Color Winter Dreams last night and I enjoyed it. 🙂
Actually it arrives at the El Capitan this weekend I’m going to see it today 😀
Please consider bringing Olaf to the parks at some point. I know he hasn’t made it from Arendelle yet but… I think he’d like Florida. Would love to meet him and know a lot of others who would too!