Breaking news: Frozen is a popular movie. I know, shocking, right? Disney has added elements from the popular film to one of the most beloved attractions in Disneyland‘s history. Luckily, it turned out really nice. I know some people are suffering from a bit of Frozen overload, but Storybook Land is an all time classic, and it’s nice to see it get a little love. Arendelle did replace the windmills from the 1937 film The Old Mill, and while it is a bummer to lose them, it at least makes the ride a little bit more relevant to younger generations. That will make the ride more popular, which will then cause more people to experience this wonderful attraction. On to the video and pictures:
Arendelle is immediately visible after you exit Monstro at the beginning of the ride.
More pictures after the jump:
Approaching Arendelle from the side.
You can see Elsa’s snow castle in the hills above.
A view from the right side.