A Ticket to Arendelle: First Look at Disneyland Paris’ Frozen and Tangled Attractions

Disney has revealed plans for a new Frozen themed area at Disneyland Paris as well as a new Tangled ride.

Opening dates have yet to be confirmed, but images of the new attractions have been unveiled at the D23 Expo.

New rides include a Tangled-themed spinning cup ride and a new English Garden ride.

Disneyland Paris unveils first look at Frozen attractions


Guests can also visit Arendelle, home to both Elsa’s Ice Castle and a Norse-inspired village. These will have both shops and a restaurant.

In the center of the new area, there will be a large lake, intended to replicate the Arendelle Fjord in the animated films.

Water shows will be presented to visitors on the lake, with seats offering a 360-degree view of the action.

Disneyland Paris visitors can stop in Arendelle


Characters from the film will also be present throughout the attraction and guests will be able to take pictures with them.

A replica of the Frozen Ever After boat ride attraction is also set to open.

The original sits at Epcot at Disney World in the Norway Pavilion, taking guests on a journey through the kingdom of Arendelle.

Frozen-themed hotel rooms are set to open


There will be at least two shops and a restaurant for customers to pick up souvenirs, but little has been revealed about the options available for food and drink.

New Frozen-themed rooms will also open at the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris.

It’s not just Paris that gets a Let it go makeover – similar attractions from Frozen will be launched at Tokyo DisneySea and Hong Kong Disneyland.

However, those wishing to visit Disneyland Paris attractions will have to wait as no official opening date has been revealed. The Frozen-themed hotel rooms, however, are expected to be unveiled starting in 2024.

Herman C. Harkins