We have a “Frozen” construction update from Disneyland Paris! We rode Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop yesterday at Walt Disney Studios Park and have photos and video to share of the progress of the upcoming land.
We were the first guests on Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop yesterday morning. The ride tends to have long waits during a lot of the day.
First, here is our video of the construction (followed by photos).
The last time we photographed the site was back in March. I do plan to photograph the Frozen construction again this trip. A lot has changed since our March visit and there is still a lot to go.
Here is a look at Arendelle Castle.
Take a look at the concept art and then more photos of Arendelle Castle and other buildings.
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.
Also note the rockwork that is taking shape.
The clock tower has progressed since Disneyland Paris shared an updated look at it a couple of weeks ago.
The lake is in the foreground. There will be a restaurant and also a Tangled attraction.
Here are a few more photos from yesterday.
We will share another look at the Frozen land construction in a couple of weeks (and maybe once from the PanoraMagique balloon). It is exciting to see it taking shape at Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris.