There’s a whole host of exciting new updates coming to Disneyland Paris, but one that has made people the most excited is the news of the upcoming Frozen land.
Well, according to The Telegraph, EuroDisney is planning on expanding, and by 2030 it’s apparently going to look a LOT bigger than how it does now. Here, take a look at the concept art provided by Disney to grasp what I mean by mega expansion…
To achieve their hopes and dreams of doubling up the park, Disney plans to add 14,700 hotel rooms to the already existing 5,800, add a third theme park in the $1.8 billion investment, and add tons of new rides and attractions to the already existing parks.
One of the three new areas in the park will apparently be based on everyone’s favourite sister-celebrating animation Frozen, while the other two will reportedly be inspired by the companies other franchises Marvel and Star Wars.
Frozen land will also reportedly be completed by 2023, meaning there’s only three more years left to go until fans can stroll around Arendelle and take themselves ‘Into The Unknown’.
OutsidEars, an unofficial media reporter for Disneyland Paris, shared blue prints of ‘Frozen Land’, which showed the bare bone plans for the kingdom’s construction.
“We know you were waiting for them, here are the first shots of the future resort of Anna and Elsa at #WaltDisneyStudios at #DisneylandParis,” it wrote on Twitter.
“Known today as ‘Frozen Land’, this new area will consist of an aquatic attraction, sister of the one under construction in Hong Kong Disneyland, two shops as well as a restaurant and a meeting place with two queens of Arendelle. #Insidears”
Elsa’s Ice castle is also visible in the concept pictures, as well as the Arendelle castle.
Robert Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company spoke out about the upcoming developments to the parks, and revealed: “We’re very excited about the future of Disneyland Paris and continue to invest in its long-term success.
“The resort is already the leading tourist destination in Europe, and the transformative expansion we announced today will add even more of our beloved characters and unparalleled storytelling to create new lands, attractions and entertainment that further elevate the guest experience and drive new opportunities for tourism in this dynamic region.”
It’s the first huge developments to the park that it will have had since it first opened back in 1992. I don’t know about you, but I’m already saving my money for 2030 when it looks bigger and better than ever!
[Featured Image Credit: Disney]
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