The Epcot center will feature a new ride featuring Frozen Summer celebration in Arendelle is opening as the new attraction. All girls want to go now.
The Maelstrom ride featuring the Viking and Norse mythology as part of the ride at the Epcot Center which features different areas of the world. The Maelstrom was closed back in 2014 and the Norwegian arena has been closed off since then.
Don't Miss: Incredible Pokemon Gifts
Not anymore! It’s going to be Frozen Forever. The Disney all-time hit is going to be featured as the next ride attraction at the Epcot Center in Disneyland. A new Frozen ride will be constructed in the World Showcase's Norway area which will replace the Maelstrom ride.
The ride will feature Frozen Ever After, a new "dark ride"; which will take the tourists through a series of scenes and location of Arendelle which was inspired by Norway.
'“Frozen Ever After,” is an adventure fit for the entire family that will take guests through the kingdom of Arendelle. The fantastic Disney storytelling combined with new technology and favorite moments and music from the film will make guests feel like they stepped into the magical world of “Frozen”,' according to Disney Parks official website.
Disney COO Tom Scaggs told WSJ that the Frozen ride won't be out of place. It will fit right in to represent Norway. Scaggs said that "If the goal is to give people a taste of something like Scandinavia with the Norway pavilion, then Frozen would only increase the extent to which people would be drawn to it," he said. "To me it doesn't seem out-of-character at all."
The ride opening next year will feature the residents of Arendelle would be celebrating summers which are essentially winters so the tourists will also experience a wintery experience. Passengers will also enjoy Oaken's Trading Post, the Troll Valley, Marshmallow the giant snowman and, of course, Princess Elsa singing "Let It Go”.