Tuesday, June 9, 2015

First look at Disney's new 'Frozen Ever After' ride at Epcot

Get ready to board a ship for a tour through Arendelle, past Olaf and Sven, through Troll Valley, and up to the doors of Elsa's ice castle, where she sings "Let It Go."

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This is some of what Disney has planned "Frozen Ever After," the 4-minute ride that will replace Maelstrom at Epcot's Norway pavilion at Walt Disney World in early 2016.

Maelstrom already has been gutted and is in the process of getting its icy overlay, Imagineering creative executive Kathy Mangum told the Wall Street Journal.

"The setting for 'Frozen Ever After' is the winter festival that takes place in summer, when residents of Arendelle apparently celebrate their favorite season of the year in the midst of its polar opposite," the Journal reported. Read the Journal article for more details about the ride.

In addition to the ride, the Norway pavilion is getting a makeover, expanding to include a "Royal Summerhouse" where Anna and Elsa will meet their royal subjects.

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