We've been hearing about the first Disney World Frozen ride for a while, but now we've got a glimpse of it...
...and, tbh, it looks pretty magical. The Frozen Ever After attraction is coming to Epcot in 2016.
Guests will be transported to the Winter in Summer Celebration, where Queen Elsa embraces her magical powers and creates a winter-in-summer day for the entire kingdom.
Disney World is making quite a few additions this year. Beginning this summer, a new fireworks show, “Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular,” will debut in Hollywood Studios.
And over at the Animal Kingdom, the park's hours will be extended into the night, and feature a brand-new show, "Rivers of Light."
Michael Jung, the show's leading creator, described the show as an "ancient and timeless lantern celebration."
"The Tree of Life is an anchor to magically awaken the park in a unique way [at night]."
Additionally, the popular Kilimanjaro Safaris will begin running at nighttime. Joe Rohde, who designed and built Animal Kingdom, explained that the park will be "extending the sunset" and adding nocturnal animals to the safari.
Animal Kingdom's new hours and attractions will debut on Earth Day this year, April 22.