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Disney Unveils Four New Rides Coming to Park

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Walt Disney dreamed of creating a theme park that was never finished, and all could enjoy. While he very much succeeded in this endeavor, his company has extended his vision over the years. To date, the Walt Disney Company has opened six parks across the globe. This number is likely to increase as time passes, but these six parks have been hard at work constructing new attractions and offerings for guests to cherish in the meantime.

Tokyo DisneySea

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DisneySea New Rides

One of the most highly-rated of these parks is the Tokyo Disneyland Resort in Japan. The tourist destination houses two unique parks, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. Disney has been constructing a $2 billion expansion over the past four years for a new section of DisneySea called Frontier Springs. The land has made much progress and has revealed location names and rides for the major areas.

Fantasy Springs will feature Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Peter Pan’s Never Land as iconic locations. Each section will also have recently unveiled unique rides for the world. Scott Gustin was kind enough to provide all the juicy details on Twitter/X. Let’s break down these DisneySea new rides!

Frozen Kingdom

Disney’s Frozen (2013) film obviously inspired Frozen Kingdom. The land will feature a restaurant called Royal Banquet of Arendelle, and a snack shop called Oaken’s OK Foods. However, the attraction is the real highlight. Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey is a boat ride featuring the beloved characters from the film.

Guests board a boat and enjoy an epic and heartwarming tale of two sisters that discover only true love can thaw a frozen heart. The attraction features the film’s well-known songs.

Rapunzel’s Forest

At Rapunzel’s Forest, guests will see Tokyo’s rendition of the famous tower from Disney’s Tangled (2010) film. The section will also have The Snuggly Duckling restaurant, where you can sing about your dreams. The main event is Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, a ride where guests experience Rapunzel’s best day ever as she falls in love with Flynn Rider during the annual Lantern Festival.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

The final area is called Peter Pan’s Never Land, based on both Disney’s Peter Pan (1952) and the Tinker Bell films. Here, guests can explore Neverland while eating at Lookout Cookout or riding one of the two attractions. Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure will have visitors join the Lost Kids as they explore the island and fight pirates with the beloved boy who never grows old. In Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies, riders will help Tinker Bell deliver parcels and packages to four seasonal locations in Pixie Hollow.

Some awesome new experiences are definitely on the horizon for visitors of the Japanese theme park. Here’s hoping Disney can put the same passion and energy into constructing more of these themed lands at Walt Disney World in the future!

About Michael Stoyanoff

Michael is a Disney fan with an entertainment background and passion for writing. Living in Orlando, he has been around the theme parks for over a decade. In his free time he enjoys running, playing video games, and traveling the world. He also loves hanging out with his dog, Mr. Pippers the Pug.

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