More details have been revealed about Hong Kong Disneyland’s iteration of Frozen Ever After. This attraction is set to open in a new World of Frozen land this November.
Both photos and video revealed some new things about Frozen Ever After. Eagle-eyed fans will notice in particular that the two main characters of the attraction, Anna and Elsa, have different faces than what is seen when guests experience the attraction at EPCOT. In EPCOT, their faces utilize rear projection technology. This new iteration uses a new face for the two sisters, and it looks really good!
The following videos were shared on different social accounts showcasing recent test rides that were done for the attraction. They give closer up looks at the attraction, specifically of Anna and Elsa.
Just completed a test ride for Frozen Ever After at #WorldofFrozen with Disney Imagineers and @hkdisneyland casts! This marvelous boat ride is an absolute dream come true, and we were amazed at how the story, music, and lights came together so well (plus the big surprise)! Can’t wait for everyone to be part of the #SummerSnowDay celebration this November!
Ready for a sneak peek of the marvelous boat ride #FrozenEverAfter at #WorldOfFrozen 💙? Our Imagineers and cast members just enjoyed another round of test rides, and we’ve got some exciting details to share with you!
As you make your way to the royal deck to hop on a boat and glide toward Elsa’s palace❄️, you’ll first stroll by Kristoff’s office, where he’s totally owning his role as the Official Ice Master & Deliverer of Arendelle🧊! Next up, you’ll see the hay storage building for his trusty reindeer, Sven, and you’ll also see Elsa, Anna and Olaf 👀 along the journey! If you’re curious about what else this North Mountain voyage has in store for you 🤩, stay tuned for more updates on #FirstLookFromHKDL ⛄️⛄️⛄️!
The photos (and videos that show these photos in action) are from the Frozen Ever After attraction, including the final scene with Anna, Elsa, and Olaf.
The attraction is set to be one of two attractions that open in November when World of Frozen opens at Hong Kong Disneyland. The other, Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs roller coaster, was recently previewed by Disney as well. When World of Frozen opens, guests will be able to meet Ann and Elsa at the Playhouse in the Woods, shop, dine, and join the Summer Snow Day celebration.
What do you think of this new look at this new iteration of Frozen Ever After? What do you think of the updated Anna and Elsa animatronics? Share your thoughts about these things in the comments below!