World Princess Week Celebrates Anna & Elsa

From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Becca Goldenberg

Can you believe we’re nearly at the end of World Princess Week? I hope you’ve had as much fun celebrating these heroes as I have. Today we have a two-fer, as we honor “Frozen” queens and sisters, Anna and Elsa. First, let’s look at Anna: She is uninhibited and sincere. She doesn’t judge; instead, she sees the best in everyone. From befriending a talking snowman to defending a sister whom others have feared, Anna always follows her heart and trusts her instincts.

Then, there’s Elsa. Elsa bravely faces her fears. From confronting unknown dangers to uncover the past, to taking her true place in the world, Elsa boldly follows her heart and instincts, unafraid to discover where they might lead. Self-assured and calm, Elsa doesn’t question who she is or why she’s different; she embraces her unique qualities and sees them as a gift. We all have the gift of being able to see these courageous sisters across our parks and resorts, so read on to find out where you could find them, and how you can celebrate them from home!

Walt Disney World Resort: 

Voyage to Arendelle aboard an ancient Nordic vessel as you take a musical tour of the wintery world of “Frozen” on “Frozen Ever After,” located in World Showcase at EPCOT at Walt Disney World Resort. It’s a song-filled journey where you’re likely to see Anna, Olaf, and more! Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you’ll melt over “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration.” Watch as thrilling moments from the movie play on-screen, and enjoy the stories, songs, and special guests. If you’re nervous to sing along, don’t be; the lyrics are projected, so you can just belt it out and “Let it Go!” Then, stop by Frozen Fractal Gifts for a flurry of apparel, costumes and toys inspired by Anna, Elsa, and friends.

Disneyland Resort:

Guests are stopping to wave hello to Anna and Elsa as they ride on a float along Main Street, U.S.A., and on to “it’s a small world.” This cavalcade, with music from “Frozen,” occurs multiple times a day at Disneyland park. You might also have an Anna and Elsa sighting on Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure park, as they’ve been known to visit there, too! Once the sun sets, get ready to light up the night with Mickey’s Mix Magic, an extravaganza bursting with exciting lights and lasers, kaleidoscopic projections, and a sequence featuring Elsa singing fan favorite “Let It Go”!

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