Guests visiting Disneyland park will now be able to visit a miniature version of Arendelle from the hit Disney animated feature, “Frozen,” when Storybook Land Canal Boats reopens this weekend. Our chief photographer, Paul Hiffmeyer, got a special preview of this new featurette this morning, and brought back these photos for Disney Parks Blog readers!
‘Frozen’ Now Featured in Storybook Land Canal Boats at Disneyland Park
by Erin Glover, Director, Publicity, Walt Disney Animation Studios
where’d the old mill go?
Yes, I would like to know where the Old Mill went as well.
I hope they didn’t get rid of the Old Mills 🙁
I would love to see this village built full scale. Would be a great addition to WDW’s Fantasyland.
Looks very nice. I’m looking forward to seeing it in person.
For those who are asking about the Old Mills, in another blog post Shawn Slater mentioned in the comments;
“My friends at Walt Disney Imagineering assure me that the windmills from the Old Mill scene are being preserved for the future.”
So I’m assuming that this means the miniature mills will be saved and stored.
It wouldn’t surprise me if the Old mills make a return down the line, Toad Hall was removed ages ago during a refurb and added again the next year. I have hope that we’ll see them again
Went on the new Storybook Land yesterday. The Frozen scene was great. It wasn’t until I got home that I could see the face in the mountain in my pictures. I see it in Paul Hiffmeyer wonderful pictures.
This past weekend I went on the ride. The Frozen scene is really beautiful. I’m glad that Storybook Land received an update. It’s the first update since 1994.