Tokyo Disney Resort shared a behind-the-scenes video featuring concept art, clips of construction, and a final look at Elsa’s Ice Palace on the North Mountain overlooking Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea. Frozen Kingdom will be one of three areas in the new land, alongside Peter Pan’s Neverland and Rapunzel’s Forest.
Elsa’s Ice Palace in Fantasy Springs
Watch the YouTube video below.
A version shared on X includes a statement by Jennifer Lee, Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios and writer and co-director of the “Frozen” films. Watch that video in the embedded post below.
Frozen Kingdom includes both Arendelle and the North Mountain in the distance. Set between the first and second films, when Queen Elsa has embraced her magical power to control snow and ice. She has since opened the castle gates so guests can freely visit the Kingdom. Located here will be a heartwarming attraction that tells the story of Elsa and her beloved sister, Anna. Guests will board boats and experience the sisters’ heartfelt journey while enjoying iconic songs from the film and encountering surprising thrills. Also located in this area will be a restaurant set inside Arendelle Castle at the foot of beautiful, snow-capped mountains.
Read more about the other Fantasy Springs areas. Fantasy Springs will open on June 6, 2024.
World of Frozen in Hong Kong Disneyland is the first-ever “Frozen”-themed land. Another “Frozen” land is under construction at Disneyland Paris.