|April 17, 2017|
The week’s Disney Blog is about the Norway Pavilion at Epcot.
Did you know that the Norway Pavilion is the newest country to the showcase. It was added in 1988, six years after Epcot opened.
There are three reasons that you should visit the Norway Pavilion:
On June 21, 2016, one of the most anticipated rides to open in Disney was the Frozen Ever After Ride. On this ride, you get to experience some of the music from the Frozen movie.
Wait times on this ride can be from 30 - 45 minutes. Disney did a good job of decorating the waiting area to entertain the guests. You certainly feel that your in Norway in the Winter by the time you get on the ride.
The water-type ride is fun, you get to see many of the famous characters of the Frozen movie. The ride does have a drop and you may get a little wet, but this is Disney - so you won’t get soaked. It’s a fun ride to see all the latest special animatronics technology.
My six-year-old daughter loves it. She was very excited to go on the ride and wanted to ride it multiple times afterward. Which we did when we saw that the wait time was shorter.
Fast Pass is a must for this ride!
Next to the Frozen Ever After Ride is the Royal Sommerhus where you can meet Anna and Elsa. You can get pictures with them and even interact with the characters.
The wait time was a bit long here. The is some decoration around the Royal Sommerhus Cabin which showcases some family pictures in the cabin.
Once you get to meet the characters, you see Anna first and then Elsa. They are both in the same room. There is a Disney Photographer that is available to take your Disney Memory Maker photos. They will also help take group pictures with a regular camera.
Unfortunately you can’t get a picture of the two of them together.
At the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall you can enjoy Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner with many Disney Storybook Princesses.
The following princesses are available in the hall
There is some dancing that happens every once in a while, where the children can dance along with their favorite princess.
Lunch and Dinner is served as a Family style. Reservations are recommended.
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