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Frozen Ever After is a nice boat ride through the pretend kingdom of Arendelle. The premise is that you’ve arrived just in time for the Winter in Summer celebration, in which Elsa will use her magical powers to make it snow during the hottest part of the year. Nearly every major and minor character from the film is represented, from Olaf the snowman to Sven the reindeer, along with much of the soundtrack’s songs with brand-new lyrics.
Be aware that there’s a short, mild section where you’re propelled backward for a few seconds, followed by a short downhill and small splash that most kids should take in stride. The ride’s detailed sets are augmented with digital projection mapping and more than a dozen animatronics sporting video-screen faces (like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train) and demonstrating some of the most spookily sophisticated movements we’ve ever seen; watch the fluidity of Elsa’s wrists and elbows during the pivotal “Let It Go” scene, and weep for a future of robotic massage parlors.
Along with Soarin’ Around the World, Test Track, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and Guardians of the Galaxy, Frozen Ever After is one of the EPCOT attractions that most guests head to first.
The ride experiences more breakdowns than most Walt Disney World attractions. If you plan to see Frozen Ever After first thing in the morning, ask a cast member if it’s running before you hike all the way to Norway.
Here's roughly how many minutes you'll wait for Frozen Ever After at each EPCOT Crowd Level.
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