Meet Anna and Elsa at Magic Kingdom Park.
Story update: Starting April 20, 2014, the Frozen sisters will be moving to the Princess Fairytale Hall at Walt Disney World® Resort's Magic Kingdom® Park to join some of their fellow Disney Royals. Disney FastPass+ service will be available for this character greeting experience.
Original story: Grab your parka along with your tiara, flip flops and autograph book to meet Anna and Elsa from Frozen. This is your chance to meet the famed Royal sisters and best of all, this limited engagement that was to have ended has now been extended indefinitely!
Epcot's Norway Pavilion is the only location at Walt Disney World to meet the characters from the Academy Award winning animated feature. A themed room called the Prinsesse Plass (Princess Home) has been created for the meet and greets, and has been adorned with artwork and design details featured in the film.
In addition to the princess fun, make sure to check out the new Norsk Kultur (Norwegian Culture) gallery located in the pavilion's Stave Church. This gallery showcases a variety of cultural artifacts that influenced the making of the film.
Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade
You can also catch Anna and Elsa in the new parade kicking off this month at the Magic Kingdom. They will be part of the Royal Court on the Princess Garden Float, which will be the lead float in the new parade.
Dress Like a 'Frozen' Princess
New packages have been added that also celebrate the film at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. The "Frozen" package includes your choice of the Anna or Elsa wigs, plus shimmering makeup, face gems, nail polish, a Princess sash and a Princess cinch bag. For an additional fee, you can add the Anna or Elsa costume and crown plus the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique imaging package to the "Frozen" package.
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