Frozen Ever After opens to long lines in the Norway Pavilion


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Epcot’s newest attraction, Frozen Ever After, opened June 21 to long lines and a five-hour wait.

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The line stretched all the way to the China Pavilion and back again.

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This morning, June 22, the FastPass+ line went all the way out of the Norway Pavilion.



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For those of you who don’t want to spend an entire day in line, check out our video of the attraction, including the queue and the gift shop, The Wandering Reindeer.

Also new in the Norway Pavilion is Anna and Elsa’s Royal Sommerhus meet and greet location.  See more photos of this area here.  Now that this location has opened, the sisters are no longer greeting guests in the Magic Kingdom.

The cabin is based on an actual historic log cabin in Norway and represents a royal retreat cabin. The royal families in Norway typically have a cabin away from the castle where they go in the summer to get away from the pressures of royal life and to unwind and relax. The Royal Sommerhus belongs to Anna and Elsa’s family and is filled with artifacts and elements from their childhood and the summers they spent away there with their family. The cabin is now open for all of the kingdom’s subjects to enjoy.

So what do you think? Will Frozen Ever After make your must-do list?  Let us know below.





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