Prepare to be ‘Frozen’ at Disney Parks This Fall

There’s a chill in the air but it isn’t the weather – the Disney Parks are going to be Frozen this fall.

In celebration of Disney’s newest animated film which opens in theaters in November, parks on both coasts will have new character meet-and-greets and other special events tied to the film.

Royal sisters Anna and Elsa will be meeting guests in the Norway Pavilion in Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort. The pavilion will also have a new gallery exhibit exploring how the beauty and culture of Norway inspired the filmmakers when they were creating Frozen.

And during the holiday season there will be a Frozen sequence added to the Celebrate the Magic nighttime projection show on Cinderella’s Castle.

Olaf the snowman will have his very own snow-capped spot in Fantasyland at the Disneyland Resort, where guests will also have a chance to meet Anna and Elsa. Olaf is also set to host the all-new World of Color – Winter Dreams at Disney California Adventure.