An incredibly popular Frozen-themed attraction has been closed for a “scheduled break” and will be unavailable to Guests for a few weeks.
Every Disney Park attraction has to undergo periodic closures for refurbishment and maintenance. This is a process that every Disney fan and Disney Guest is accustomed to; Disney does this to ensure that Guests can continue to enjoy the quality of experience that has been set for decades now at any Disney Park.
For example, earlier this year, Expedition Everest at Disney’s Animal Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort was closed temporarily due to a refurbishment. Also, at Walt Disney World, both Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach have undergone closures and refurbishments and are teasing newly themed attractions for their reopens.
As of November 14, Frozen: A Musical Invitation at Animation Celebration in Walt Disney Studios Park has been closed for a “scheduled break.” However, Guests will be able to enjoy this experience again starting December 16. The show is incredibly popular among Guests of all ages, and Disney has even warned Guests to arrive early to ensure they get a seat!
Here’s what Disneyland Paris shares about the show,
Be prepared to unleash the magic that lies within you on an enchanting Frozen journey that takes you to Kristoff’s barn. Along the way you’ll join Sven and Kristoff for a rendition of a classic reindeer tribute, master Anna’s magical dance moves in time to surprise Elsa in her Ice Palace during a joyful rendition of Let It Go. There’s even the chance to see Olaf in this heartwarming adventure for the whole family.
Disneyland Paris is home to two magical Theme Parks: Walt Disney Studios Park and Parc Disneyland. It’s home to some fantastic lands that Guests love, including the ever-popular Avengers Campus! From the Front Lot to Production Courtyard, Toon Studio to Worlds of Pixar, Walt Disney Studios Park houses numerous fan-favorite locations and attractions like The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Ratatouille: The Adventure as well. Arendelle: The World of Frozen is also set to open at Disneyland Paris in the upcoming future.