Let it go, let it go…OK, so now that the song is in your head, let’s talk about Frozen At Disney World. Here are five experiences that are enjoyable for both adults and children who are big fans of the movie Frozen. I love anything and everything “Frozen” especially all of the experiences that I am sharing with you. So, if it is not already cold where you live, turn down the AC and keep reading so you will get the full Frozen effect.
Frozen At Disney World
The first three must do’s for Frozen At Disney World can be found at Epcot’s World Showcase in the country of Norway. We love the Norway pavilion and spend a lot of time there on each visit.
Frozen Ever After: This exciting family friendly musical tour is a slow-moving boat ride through Arendelle. Frozen songs we have all grown to love play as we travel through different memorable moments in the first Frozen movie. This ride is very popular and snagging a Fastpass is highly recommended. The standby line typically has an one hour or longer wait time. Just a head up: this ride has backward and forward plunges down short waterfalls. You may get wet!
Royal Sommerhus, Meet & Greet with Anna & Elsa: Once you exit Frozen Ever After attraction, walk over next door and you can meet the royal sisters in their charming summer cabin. Pose for a photo, get a warm hug or even an autograph. I recently stopped in to see the sisters in their cabin. The cabin is cute and cozy. I was able to have a lovely conversation with Elsa. Since I am from a place that is always warm (Florida), Elsa invited me to join her one day in the Kingdom of Arendelle where it is much cooler. She said we will go skiing, build snowman and just have a lovely time. I am not sure how I will handle that kind of cold, but I am excited that I have a winter vacation with Elsa coming up.
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe: After a journey through Arendelle and “chilling” with the royal sisters, you will probably need to recharge. What better way to do that then with a snack. Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe offers traditional Norwegian specialties. While it may not be all about “Frozen”, it is nestled right in the center of Norway between Anna & Elsa’s summer cottage and the Frozen Ever After ride. Sweets, sweets and more sweets can be found in this cozy little bakery including some Frozen themed goodies. You can also order sandwiches, salads, and a variety of beverages. Seating is outdoors at this location so if you visit on a cold day/night make sure you add a warm cup of Viking coffee to your order.
Some Disney Dining Plans are accepted at this location. Be sure to ask a cast member before placing your order. They will be glad to let you know what options are available with your plan.
For our Frozen must do number four and five we must head on over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The most magical way to get from Epcot to Hollywood Studios is using the Disney Transportation System. You can take a relaxing boat ride which will have three stops before making it’s way to Hollywood Studios. Another option is The New Disney Skyliner. From Epcot, you will fly over to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort where you will then disembark and transfer to another Skyliner that will take you to Disney Hollywood Studios.
For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration: This one is personally my favorite. Live performers on stage telling stories and singing all the songs we know and love from the movie. Some special guest even pop in I am sure you probably can guess who seeing as how it is a Frozen Sing-Along. Sing to the top of your lungs and just have fun. As a Frozen fan, you will leave with “chills” after this performance.
A fast pass can be made for this show in advance. I recommend saving your fast pass selection for a more popular attraction in the park. Since this is a show, they can fit in many guests meaning the wait time is typically not very long.
Meet Olaf: Over at Celebrity Spotlight, Olaf can be found doing what Frozen things do best in the summer: offering warm hugs and posing for a memorable photo. I recently met Olaf and he is the warm-hearted loving snowman we all have seen in the movie. Grab a quick photo like I did or get his autograph. Seeing a snowman in Florida is quite an experience.
BONUS For Frozen Fans
These 5 must do’s can be enjoyed anytime of the year, but I have a BONUS must do for you. This one is located over at the Magic Kingdom. It can only be enjoyed during the holidays. If you happen to be on vacation during the Christmas season, you are in for an extra special treat.
A Frozen Holiday Wish. Join Queen Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Kristoff as Queen Elsa uses her magical powers to present a gift to everyone by transforming Cinderella’s Castle into a shimmering ice palace for the holidays. Seeing this show in person is a must do. Videos and pictures are beautiful but there is nothing like being right there seeing it happen LIVE! This is by far an experience you will never forget.
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