New Disney Frozen Ride "Frozen Ever After" Confirmed for Epcot Park

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New Disney Frozen Ride "Frozen Ever After" Confirmed for Epcot Park
A touch of sparkle is coming to Disney's Epcot!
Images released this morning reveal a new Frozen Ever After ride set to come to Disney's Epcot Park in the near future!

Who loves Frozen? A more fitting question might be...who COULDN'T love Frozen? We've all fallen head over heels for its icy charms, so we were delighted to read  today about a new FROZEN ride to come to Epcot Park, Orlando!

The new ride is set to replace the Maelstrom ride, which has been at Epcot for 27 years - so lots to live up to there then! Imagineering Creative Executive Kathy Mangum outlined Disney's expectation for the ride: “What we try to do is take you back to the movie without retelling that story...This is a celebration of the characters, a way for guests who love the film to experience it in a completely different way.”

And to make things even more exciting, it is rumoured that guests will be able to intereact with all their favourite Frozen characters as they wait in line to join the ride! What could be better than queuing with cheeky Olaf?!

On the ride, guests can expect a 4 minute whirlwind tour of Arendelle with all the classic songs from the film and a few cheeky extra lyrics just for the ride! The ride is set to be s fully immersive experience fit for all the family, but guaranteed to be a real hit with the younger ones! 

We can't wait and I'm sure the big kid in you can't either! To get booking Disney Epcot Ticket's for next year, head to our Walt Disneyworld pages for tickets and further inspiration! 

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