“Frozen” Themed Land Construction Photos From March 21st, 2023 at Disneyland Paris
The “Frozen” themed land at Disneyland Paris continues to take shape, along with the lake. These areas will be part of Walt Disney Studios Park. We rode Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop on our last day of our Disneyland Paris trip (March 21st, 2023) for more photos of the construction. I had also posted an article of photos the previous week.
Seat 1 of Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop was not available for photos, but we tried a couple of other seats that still gave a good view.
Before looking at more photos, here is look at official concept art of the Arendelle expansion.
Disneyland Paris says of this land, As Guests approach the heart of the Park, Elsa’s Ice Castle will welcome them from afar. This magnificent structure will stand atop of a 131-foot snow-covered mountain, right next to a 3-hectare lake. The Kingdom of Arendelle will open its gates to the public “for the first time in forever”, and on this occasion, many experiences will await, including a new attraction that will take Guests on a journey alongside iconic Characters from the world of Frozen. The village – with its film-inspired architectural style – will be home to a shop, and restaurant serving dishes with a Nordic touch. In addition, Guests will get to meet their favourite Characters during a royal Meet & Greet they will remember forever.
And here is my view from Tuesday.
The right hand side looks like what will be Elsa’s Ice Castle. Last week, I had a bit wider of a view to the right hand side as well (and a prettier day as well).
Concept art shows the promenade with lake that will feature themed gardens. Disney says, Here, Guests will be treated to an outdoor family attraction, an elegant table-service restaurant comprising 250 seats on the lakefront. With its Art Nouveau design, the restaurant will offer breathtaking panoramic views across the lake along with special meet-and-greet opportunities with Disney Characters.
The future lake is in view.
Jeff and I may not make it back to Disneyland Paris until September, but hopefully we’ll have a friend or two who can send some photos along to us in the future to share.
I love seeing the progress! Walt Disney Studios Park will really be transformed by the upcoming additions. There is no announced date yet for either the “Frozen” themed land or the promenade lake area with restaurant.