If you’re a Frozen fan, you’re in for a winter treat! On top of the new movie coming in November and a Frozen-themed season in the main Disneyland Paris Park in January, Disneyland Paris is planning to transform the Art of Disney attraction into a Frozen musical experience. This renewed attraction now renamed “Animation Celebration” is slated to open on November 17th 2019, only a couple of days before the opening of Frozen II in the French theatres.
There is some information about what to expect, and the details that Disney shared are the two concept arts of the musical scenes we’ll get to enjoy. There will be 3 rooms for guests to enjoy in total all year long.
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First room: Kristoff’s barn
In the first room, you’ll get to be in Kristoff’s barn and greeted by Kristoff himself and Sven and for an interactive singing moment. You better rehearse ‘Reindeers are better than people‘.
Second room: Elsa’s Ice Palace
In the second room, guests will enjoy a sing-along together with Anna and Elsa in her Ice Palace. Get ready to Let it go!
Meet & Greet with Olaf
And finally, you can end the attraction with a meet and greet with Olaf. The meet & greet will be organized through the LineBerty app where you’ll be able to book a slot.
The Art of Animation attraction closed its doors in January 2019 and is currently hidden behind a beautiful blue fence with Disney characters. So be quick if you want to take up a nice selfie of photo with a fantastic looking background.
More Frozen fun to come to Disneyland Paris
The opening of the attraction is one of the many Frozen activities coming up in Disneyland Paris, with a brand new Frozen season starting in January and the new Frozen themed land coming in the Walt Disney Studios Park somewhere in 2023.
I will always remember my first trip to the Walt Disney Studios Park, where, as a kid, I got the chance to experience the Art of Disney attraction in its glory opening days. The classics theatre and the Mushu experience were one of the reasons I decided to take cinema & 2D animation classes, which eventually developed my passion for all things Disney and media overall.
I am sad to see this attraction go, but change can be good and I’m looking forward to seeing how Disneyland Paris will transform this into a whole new interactive experience that will cater to the whole family.
Are you excited about all the Frozen things to Disneyland Paris? What part are you looking forward to? Giving Olaf a hug or singing with Anna and Elsa? Let us know in the comments below.