You'll Soon Be Able to Visit the Kingdom of Arendelle from Frozen

Once it's safe to do so, of course.

It’s been two years since Frozen 2 hit theaters but we still, in fact, have not yet “let it go.” Luckily for fans of the franchise and of other animated Disney films, there’s a lot more to look forward to (once we can all travel freely again, of course.)

Japan’s Tokyo DisneySea is currently working on expanding its theme park by adding a brand new section called Fantasy Springs. The estimated 250 billion yen project will feature four new attractions including a Frozen-themed ride that will reportedly take you to see Anna and Elsa’s kingdom in Arendelle. Additionally, visitors can also expect to explore the worlds of Peter Pan and Tangled, along with three restaurants, a souvenir shop, and a separate hotel. 

Construction for the new area is slated to finish by 2023, which gives us ample time to save up for that plane ticket to Japan.

With Frozen and its sequel considered as two of the highest-grossing films of all time, you can bet Disney’s still not done milking the money-making juggernaut. Apart from DisneySea, two more Disney Parks are also currently building their own Frozen Lands. According to Screen Rant, Disneyland Paris is in the middle of constructing an attraction dubbed the World of Frozen. Meanwhile, Disneyland Hong Kong is nearly finished with their Frozen-themed section, which was first announced way back in 2016.

In particular, future guests of Disneyland Hong Kong will definitely want to line up for the Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs roller coaster, inspired by the unassuming yet gargantuan sauna owner in the first movie. During the ride, guests will journey through Arendelle before getting off at Oaken’s famous store. Now that's an experience any true Frozen fan can't miss out on.

Photo by DISNEY.

This story originally appeared on Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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