While Walt Disney World adds a huge new assortment of “Frozen” entertainment to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this summer, Disneyland is showcasing its recent additions and upgrades alongside a look toward the future of the resort.
Southern California reporter Audra Stafford (@SDentertainment) recently spoke with Disneyland representatives to discuss this summer’s fun, including an on-ride interview with Imagineer Ray Spencer aboard Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Naturally, the popularity of Anna, Elsa, and Olaf are a hot topic on the west coast as well.
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For those not wanting to wait in long lines to meet Anna and Elsa in Fantasyland, Disneyland also recently added the popular characters to the daily Mickey’s Soundsational Parade with a new “Frozen” float:
The Alice in Wonderland ride will be reopening next week with new enhancements throughout the experience. Frontierland is getting a new interactive experience shortly thereafter. And on July 17, Disneyland will celebrate its 59th birthday with a special sneak peek at plans for next year’s huge 60th anniversary celebration.