The “Frozen” themed land construction is well underway at Disneyland Paris, and we took photos and video from Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop yesterday to share. The “Frozen” land is being built as part of Walt Disney Studios Park, which last year added Avengers Campus. There is no date released yet for the opening of the land.
First, here is the concept art showing both The Kingdom of Arendelle and below that, the promenade that will include a table service restaurant and a lake.
Here is a look toward the upcoming lake and “Frozen” construction.
This is our video from yesterday, followed by about 20 photos.
There is a lot of building going on now on the site! Disney says of the “Frozen” themed land, When you arrive at the heart of the park, you’ll be immersed in the same wintery atmosphere experienced during the movies. Elsa’s Ice Castle, which will stand at the top of a 131-foot-high snow-covered mountain, can be admired from afar. Many new experiences await you in this magical land including a new attraction that will take guests on a journey accompanied by the iconic “Frozen” characters.
This looks like it will be the castle.
Disney says, The village — with its Norwegian-inspired architectural style — will be home to both a shop and a restaurant that will serve meals with a Nordic touch. Additionally, guests will have the opportunity to meet their favorite characters during a royal meet and greet.
You will notice there is a town on the other side of the work. I walked to our hotel yesterday, and there is a berm on the other side but it feels close to the walk I took.
Here are more photos from yesterday!
It is exciting to see the “Frozen” themed land at Disneyland Paris taking shape!
I hope to take more photos of the construction next week before we head back to Florida, depending on weather. There has been a lot of wind and rain during our trip but were glad to have a sunny day yesterday. We planned to ride the PanoraMagique balloon but it has been down all but a few hours so far during our trip.