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This week saw the debut of the all new Frozen Ever After attraction at Epcot’s Norway Pavilion. The new attraction, which took the place of the former Maelstrom ride, takes Guests to Arendelle where guests can enjoy a “Summer Snow Day” with Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, and more. This unforgettable adventure whisks Guests away on a journey by boat on a journey punctuated by your favorite tunes from the smash film, Frozen.
Of course, you knew that we would be there to share a first-hand experience with you all, so today, take a look at the new attraction, Frozen Ever After.
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Guests may make FastPass+ reservations for Frozen Ever After and the attraction is available for Guests during Extra Magic Hours.
In addition, also recently opening at the Norway Pavilion is the Royal Sommerhaus. Here Guests will be able to visit Anna and Elsa’s summer cabin. Guests will encounter artifacts and memorabilia that is near and dear to the sister’s hearts.
Guests will then be able to encounter both Anna and Elsa, as well as share a hug, get an autograph, and pose for photos.
One thing to note is that FastPass is not available for this meet and greet.
Both Frozen Ever After and the Royal Sommerhaus are extremely detailed and fantastically created attractions.
What do you think of these two new attractions? Are you excited for them? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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