Announced during the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts panel at the D23 Expo, more information was announced in regards to Epcot’s “Frozen Ever After” attraction and Royal Summerhus, which is currently under construction. Though they will not be ready this year, guests are anxiously waiting.
According to Disney Parks Blog:
The Frozen Ever After attraction will transport guests to Arendelle just in time for the “Winter in Summer” celebration. According to Portfolio Creative Executive Kathy Mangum, the attraction’s project team is currently partnering with many of the talented individuals at Walt Disney Animation who helped bring the original “Frozen” film to life, as well as award-winning composers Bobby and Kristen-Anderson Lopez.
Kathy Mangum said in a statement, “we’re also expanding the Norway pavilion with the addition of the Royal Summerhus – a charming cabin where guests will be able to meet Anna and Elsa. This cabin is based on an actual historic log cabin in Norway. In fact, in order to make sure we get the character and detailing right, we just sent our project team to Norway on a research trip to study the country and its cultural arts and crafts in person, just as the film team did. We’re confident that this attraction will bring more guests to the Norway pavilion and increase their interest and knowledge of Scandinavian culture, just as the World Showcase was intended to do.”
So far with the information released, what are your thoughts with the new attraction and updates to the area?
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