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A 'Frozen' land is coming to Disneyland Paris in 2023 — here's what it will look like

INSIDER logoINSIDER 14/02/2020 Ben Mack
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People who wish they could visit Arendelle, rejoice: a real-life version of the kingdom from "Frozen" is opening at Disneyland Paris - but not for another three years. 

The 'Frozen' themed area is set to open in 2023, according to Yahoo. Images released by Disneyland Paris show that the new land will include replicas of the castle and village seen in the movies, as well as an artificial lake.

The area will also have encounters with characters from "Frozen," a new restaurant, and a shop.

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"As part of the fully immersive land, guests will see in the distance the snow-capped mountain of Arendelle opposite a magnificent lake, with an attraction that will take them to the center of the Kingdom," Disneyland Paris said in a press release.

Yahoo reports the lake will have 360-degree views of water-based shows. 

'Frozen' land is part of a $2.17 billion expansion of Disneyland Paris. Other new areas planned include "Avengers" and "Star Wars," and an attraction dedicated to "Spider-Man." The first of these, Avengers Campus, is due to open in 2021, according to Disney.

"We're very excited about the future of Disneyland Paris and continue to invest in its long-term success," Disney CEO Bob Iger said in 2018.

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Before the new 'Frozen' land opens, fans can still join in the adventures of Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven with a new show that takes place four times a day at Disneyland Paris. "Frozen Celebration" is a parade that also features dancers and acrobats, and visitors can also interact with characters from the films.

In addition, a new interactive experience at the park called "Frozen: A Musical Invitation" allows guests to play and interact with their favorite characters as they're transported to Arendelle.

Related video: Everything you need to know about Disneyland and Disney World (Provided by Travel + Leisure)

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