The Norway Pavilion or better known as the Frozen Pavilion, recently got a new PhotoPass Studio. Guests will find this photo opportunity at The Wandering Reindeer, which used to be a merchandise location. Those meeting Anna and Elsa will exit the experience through this area. Due to its location, I thought it would have a long line, but there was no line when I arrived. I stayed around for another 15 minutes after my photos, and only one other group stopped for pictures.
The backdrop is one that Frozen fans will love. In case you were wondering, they have a unique Magic Shot that is worth capturing. I think this is an excellent addition to this area of the pavilion, but I do miss the merchandise that was once there. Anyway, let’s look at some of the pictures I got at this new photo studio.
I love this. Mainly because of the Magic Shot, and the backdrop is unique. All I wish is that I was wearing a different outfit because it just clashes with the entire experience, but that just means I need to come back. I still can’t get over how cute Bruni is just sitting on my hand and looking up at me. He is definitely one of my favorite characters from Frozen II, so this was a nice surprise.
I recommend checking out this experience when you are in EPCOT next, especially if you have someone in your travel party that loves the movies. It’s also an excellent opportunity to grab some family photos indoors and out of the sun. I can guarantee that no one will be squinting or complaining about the sun being in their eyes here.
Hi, I'm Erica, and I write about all things Disney. Before working for The DIS, I was a theme park performer at SeaWorld, but I also performed at Disney. I have such an immense love for theme parks to the point I studied them in college.