Disneyland Paris is working on one of its "most ambitious" expansions yet with an entire Frozen-themed area. And because, you know, it's Disney, they're going all out with a snow-capped mountain of Arendelle and everything.
Though deets are still pretty scarce (we don't know when it's opening, for one), plans are officially a go. According to Disney Parks Blog, it's part of Walt Disney Studios Park's multi-year expansion plan. We're getting Marvel and Star Wars ones, too. And while obviously you'll get meet-and-greets with the whole gang—Anna, Elsa, Olaf, and more—the entire experience will reportedly be immersive, too.
"The expansion plan—one of the most ambitious development projects at Disneyland Paris since the resort’s 1992 opening—underscores Disney’s commitment to the resort’s long-term success as its brand beacon in Europe," the press release states.
Fans can also expect a "magnificent lake," a new restaurant, and a shop for all your merch needs.
But since the park's opening is still up in the air, they've got a few more Frozen-inspired tricks up their sleeve. For one, Disney is hosting a celebration between January 11 and May 3, 2020 with a new show on the parade route. The float will feature acrobats and dancers, and guests will be able to snag exclusive treats.
Frozen: A Musical Invitation is kicking off even sooner. The multi-stage interactive performance will debut November 17, 2019.
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