Nearly a decade after Disney’s Frozen first hit cinemas, the hype remains ridiculously high – especially in households containing under-tens. And that hype certainly ain’t dying anytime soon: Disneyland Paris is soon to get an entire new area of the park dedicated to the world of both Frozen and its sequel Frozen II.
The new part of the park will be called Kingdom of Arendelle. Included in the designs are an enormous version of Elsa’s ice castle, an entire Nordic-inspired village and a huge lake that’s supposed to mimic the fjord in the films.
Plans for Kingdom of Arendelle at Disneyland Paris were initially announced two years ago, but it’s only now that we’ve got proper renders of the concepts. Here are a couple of images of the designs.
The huge lake is designed so that it can host a load of shows and performances on the water, while the town is expected to be full of plenty of shops and restaurants – as well as, of course, streets where you’ll have the chance to spot characters from the films like Anna, Elsa and Olaf the snowman.
It’s expected that entry to Kingdom of Arendelle will be included in the price of general entry tickets to Disneyland Paris, which start at £50.15 ($58) per person.
And if you’re feeling some pent-up excitement at the news, we have three words for you: let it gooooo…
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