NEW images have revealed what to expect from the new Frozen-themed land opening at Disneyland Paris next year, as well as a new Tangled ride.
Revealed at the D23 Expo, the new attraction will open at the theme park in 2023.
The new image – which also revealed a Tangled-themed spinning cup ride and a new English Garden promenade – also gave a sneak peak at the new Frozen attraction.
Guests will be able to visit Arendelle, home to both Elsa's ice castle, as well as a Nordic-inspired village that will have both shops and a restaurant.
At the centre of the new land will be a huge 7.5 acre lake, just like Arendelle's fjord in the animated films.
Visitors will be able to watch performances and water-based shows on the lake, with seats offering a 360 degree view of the action.
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The film's characters will also be found across the attraction, where guests can take pictures with them all.
There will also be a replica of the Frozen Ever After boat ride attraction, currently open at Epcot at Disney World in the Norway Pavilion, which takes guests on a voyage through the kingdom of Arendelle.
Two shops will be open to buy merchandise and souvenirs along with a restaurant, but little has been revealed on what food and drink options will be available.
There will also be new Frozen-themed rooms at the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris.
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Frozen lovers will have to wait a bit longer, however, as the new land and rooms are set to open in 2023.
It's not just Disneyland Paris – similar Frozen lands are also opening at Tokyo DisneySea and Hong Kong Disneyland
For now, guests can visit restaurants throughout Disneyland Paris for a Frozen Celebration "EATertainment" which combines dining with creative shows.
Or you can head to Disneyland Paris' new Marvel Campus which opened earlier this year – here is what you can expect from it.
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