It’s a little over a month until “World of Frozen” opens at Hong Kong Disneyland on November 20th, and Disney has released more details about what to expect (as well as what to eat!) when visiting the first “Frozen”-themed land to open worldwide.
“World of Frozen” consists of two sections: Arendelle Village and Arendelle Forest.
Arendelle Village is home to the attraction “Frozen Ever After,” along with Tick Tock Toys & Collectibles, Golden Crocus Inn, and Northern Delights.
It’s also home to many iconic landmarks from the “Frozen” movies such as Arendelle Castle, Friendship Fountain, Clock Tower Square, and the North Mountain with Elsa’s Ice Palace.
King Agnarr Bridge – named after Anna and Elsa’s father, and Arendelle’s one-time king – connects Arendelle Village to Arendelle Forest.
The Forest is where guests will find the other attraction, “Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs,” along with Playhouse in the Woods, Forest Fare, and Traveling Traders.
Disney says “World of Frozen” has been designed to seamlessly integrate with Hong Kong’s natural landscape on Lantau Island, where Hong Kong Disneyland is located.
There are two main attractions in “World of Frozen,” one located in each section of the land.
Frozen Ever After
“Frozen Ever After: is home to an enchanting boat ride that is perfect for the whole family, filled wih the most technologically advanced Audio-Animatronics figures ever at Hong Kong Disneyland.
Guests will journey through the North Mountain and see Elsa’s Ice Palace, Troll Valley, and more, while encountering “Frozen” characters like Olaf and Sven greeting you with “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” at the beginning of your travels.
Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs
Built just in time for Summer Snow Day, “Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs” is an indoor/outdoor family-friendly coaster with a fun queue.
Guests will enter through the charming Trading Post with delightful summer treasures and a selection of winter wonders on display. And of course, Oaken is here too, ready to greet you from his sauna as he wipes away the mist from the window to reveal his face.
Once in the loading area, jump into a sleigh decorated with patterns resembling Kristoff’s sleigh, and with the help of Olaf and Sven, ascend towards the summit to embark on an exciting journey through the forest with stunning views of the land.
Playhouse in the Woods
This first-of-its-kind, unique, and engaging theatrical experience found in Arendelle Forest features Anna, Elsa and Olaf, and comes to life through singing, projection mapped content, special effects, and sensory elements.
Disney says guests can find their favorite “Frozen” characters wandering throughout Arendelle, from Anna and Elsa, to Oaken and Kristoff.
Golden Crocus Inn
This cozy, nautical-themed quick service restaurant in Arendelle Village features a variety of offerings inspired by Norwegian food, from seafood to pasta.
Also located in Arendelle Village, this upscale neighborhood sweets shop features a variety of desserts and sweets, packaged gift confectionery, and cooking goods galore.
Over at Arendelle Forest, this outdoor snack cart features churros, cookies, shaved ice and more.
Tick Tock Toys & Collectibles
This cherished, centuries-old toy shop in Arendelle Village has all the best goodies to bring home! From adorable Olaf-themed headbands to Nordic-inspired sweaters, there is something for everyone here.
Plus, don’t forget to check out the “Royal Post of Arendelle” located right outside the shop where you can send postcards to friends and family.
This pop-up shop located in Arendelle Forest is the perfect little spot to pick up small gifts such as keychains, shoulder plush, headbands and more.