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Frozen Ever After Ride in EPCOT

Located in the Norway pavilion of EPCOT’s World Showcase, the Frozen Ever After ride immerses guests into the world of Disney’s hit movie, “Frozen.” The popular EPCOT ride takes guests on a journey through the kingdom of Arendelle and features scenes and characters from the film, such as Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven, and Kristoff.

Before the ride begins, guests will go through a queue that winds through a Norwegian town and takes them through Wandering Oakens Trading Post.

Those that are using Lightning Lane will bypass Wandering Oakens Trading Post and go straight through to the boat boarding process.

As guests board their ship, they will see that they have been invited to a Snow Day celebration at the Ice Palace.

The Snow Day Celebration is celebrating the day that Anna saved Elsa with an act of true love.

Frozen Arrendal

Frozen Ever After Ride in EPCOT

Once on board, guests will take a boat trip through the icy landscapes of Arendelle where they can see familiar locations from the movie and encounter beloved songs from the movie.

Frozen Ever After

The ride also features impressive animatronics of the characters, bringing them to life in a magical and realistic way.

One of the most popular parts of the ride is the grand finale, where guests are greeted by Queen Elsa singing “Let It Go” while ice and snow swirls around them.

Frozen Snowgies

The ride then takes guests backwards where they encounter Marshmallow and the snowgies who send them plummeting down the mountain.

Most Frequently Asked Questions about Frozen Ever After

How Scary is Frozen Ever After?

Frozen Ever After is in the dark and does have a small drop at the end. Most will not find this scary.

Do You Get Wet on Frozen Ever After?

This is a water ride and the only time you will have a chance of getting wet is during the small drop at the end when water splashes back up on the sides of the boat. This is just a small amount of water.

What was before Frozen Ever After?

The original ride in the space that now occupies Frozen Ever After was Maelstrom. It is the same ride format with different theming.

Does Frozen Ever After have a Lightning Lane Entrance?

Yes, Frozen Ever After does have a Lightning Lane Entrance that allows guests to not have to stand in stand-by if they are using Disney Genie+.

Can you ride Frozen Ever After before World Showcase Opens?

Yes, Frozen opens at 10am and is open for extra park hours for Disney resort guests (9:30am).

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