A Frozen-Themed Park Is Coming to Disneyland Paris in 2023

A Frozen-Themed Park Is Coming to Disneyland Paris in 2023 — Here’s What We Know So Far

But can we build a snowman? Let's find out!

Now that Shanghai Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, and Universal Studios Japan have temporarily closed down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), it appears that travellers must look farther for their theme park adventures. But despite the recent park closures, Disneyland Paris remains open to visitors. In fact, the happiest place on Earth — or more aptly, France — is developing newly themed attractions in line with a US$2.4 billion expansion of the park. One of its most ambitious projects yet? An entire area devoted to Frozen’s magical kingdom: Arendelle! 

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Snow-capped mountains, a crystalline lake, and a magnificent castle. These are some of the key backdrops that will be brought to life in the new “Frozen Land” at Disneyland Paris. Furthermore, this area will feature not only the grand castle of Arendelle but also Elsa’s ice palace, sitting at the top of the lofty peaks beyond. Imagine having not just one, but two castles to see! 

Set to be an immersive environment, the project will also have an attraction that will take visitors all around Arendelle. This way, you can embark on a journey through the fantastical world of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf. Expect to find sailing boats floating in the harbour, fountain shows with music and lights, quaint bridges, and an idyllic lakeside village that resembles Hallstatt in Austria, also known as the real-life inspiration behind Frozen!

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Frozen Concept Art for Disneyland Paris

Image credit: Disney

In addition to exploring the kingdom and whistling “Let It Go” at every opportunity, Frozen fans will also get to encounter their favourite characters at a special meet-and-greet area. For those who wish to take home a little Olaf with them, the gift shop will have plenty of merchandise and souvenirs to choose from. Meanwhile, we’re busy speculating about all the culinary delights we can order at the Frozen-themed restaurant. Surely, at least one snow cone will be shaped like a giant ice monster?  

Based on the official concept art from Disney, this wintry attraction is all set to whisk visitors away into the unknown! (You didn’t think this article would end without us saying that, did you?) While “Frozen Land” is scheduled to open in Disneyland Paris in 2023, one thing is certain. If this theme park doesn’t let us build a snowman, we’ll be very upset.

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Tiffany Conde
Tiffany Conde

Tiffany wrote articles on travel, food, and pop culture for TripZilla. As she plans her next adventure, she enjoys writing about the coolest places to stay around the world and where to find them.


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