Frozen is one of the top Disney movies of our time, and it is still a huge “must do” for guests at Walt Disney World. Our family is no exception! Since my princess is still into all the Disney princesses, anything FROZEN was on our touring plan for our recent trip. If you are a FROZEN fan or are traveling with one, you will want to check out these ways to have a FROZEN Disney Trip.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park is home to the Festival of Fantasy Parade. You guessed it! You can see Anna and Elsa in the parade. It takes place everyday at 3PM, and it begins in Frontierland at Magic Kingdom. Although you can no longer meet Anna and Elsa at the Magic Kingdom, this is a great way to see them and catch a glimpse for shy little ones who may be unsure of an actual meet and greet.
Epcot’s World Showcase now houses Anna and Elsa in their Royal Sommerhus. Hello super cute and fun interaction!!! This was absolutely so well done and fantastic, I can’t even tell you. You just have to see it for yourself. The Norway Pavilion is amazing as it is, being home to Akershus Royal Banquet Hall where you can dine with your favorite Disney princesses. However, it is now home to FROZEN Ever After, as well as the meet and greet spot for Anna and Elsa.
My favorite trick…score a Fastpass for the FROZEN Ever After attraction. While you are waiting for your Fastpass time, go over to the Royal Sommerhus and spend some time meeting and greeting with the famous sisters. They are in the same room, but you meet Anna first, and then you move to Elsa. Frozen Ever After is a super cute attraction, although I am not sure it’s worth the stand by wait times. I think it is definitely worth a Fastpass, though, if you have a FROZEN fan in your travel party.
For the First Time in Forever: A FROZEN Sing Along is now my new favorite show at Walt Disney World. It has climbed to the top, beating out the Festival of the Lion King. This is at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, in the Echo Lake area. It is in the building that previously housed American Idol. The script, and sometimes hilarious improv from the actors, make this a show perfect for everyone. Adults will love it, kids will sing along, as you watch the retelling of the FROZEN story in about 25 minutes. As they retell the story, it leads into the songs, as the audience follows the bouncing snowball on the screen to sing the lyrics.
Olaf meets guests just outside of the FROZEN Sing Along experience. As you exit, veer to the right and you will see the queue for meeting Olaf. A Castmember will take you inside, and it smells like summer! This is a super cute meet and greet! Olaf doesn’t sign autographs, so you get a card with his picture on it as a keepsake. This is the perfect end to a FROZEN day at Disney!
We accomplished all of this FROZEN fun in our 4-Parks One Day adventure…which I still need to share with you! What is your favorite FROZEN experience at Walt Disney World?