It’s no secret that Frozen is the biggest thing to hit Disney fans since the inception of princesses in general. Disney World has embraced this craze with many different ways to join in the fun. While some of these are limited time options and some coming soon, there will always be something Frozen for everyone!
Anna & Elsa are available for meet and greet at Princess Fairy Tale Hall. Originally it was limited hours daily and lines got really long. Disney has made some big adjustments to this process to help more kids of all ages meet their new favorite princess (and queen). This is by far the most difficult FastPass+ to secure. Even at 60 days out at 12 am eastern time, it’s a tough grab. Your best bet is to make sure at least one Magic Kingdom day is near the end of your trip and make that day the first set of FastPasses you choose. That gives you the best chance at success!
Wave a big hello to Anna & Elsa during the Festival of Fantasy parade. The parade is just amazing anyways, so take a few minutes out of your day to enjoy!
Celebrate the Magic – the show that precedes the evening showing of Wishes each night has added a whole Frozen piece and it’s amazing! I’ve only seen it in videos, but I can’t wait to see it in person. The Imagineers of Disney have really outdone themselves this time!
The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutqie in Cinderella’s Castle does have some Frozen themed costumes (although they continue to be the most popular choices. If it’s an absolute must have, I’d suggest hunting down a costume before your arrival and booking a package without the dress!
Just announced, a Frozen attraction will be replacing Maelstrom in the Norway Pavilion in 2016! While that’s more than a year away, I’m excited to see what they dream up. I’m guessing it will be similar to the Under the Sea/Little Mermaid ride in new Fantasyland. It’s going to be a very popular attraction in a small area, so they’ve got to make it something that’s a quick load and unload (at least I hope so!)
The Frozen summer fun is coming to an end at Hollywood Studios. September and October brought some really fun events like the Royal Welcome, Frozen Fireworks, Oaken’s Frozen Funland, and some very special food and merchandise. It sounds like they will be keeping the First Time in Forever Sing-along celebration and expanding Oaken’s Trading Post for Frozen merchandise but Disney is keeping that under wraps!
Nothing to mention at Animal Kingdom, but haven’t you had enough?! I’d really expect to see a bigger Frozen presence as time goes on. It’s not something that’s going away! I’m hoping for some additional meet and greets or even the ladies of Frozen at a character meal! It would lighten the load of the meet and greet line!
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