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Disney World 'Frozen' Holiday Events Offer More Chances to See Elsa & Anna

by Brittany Davies on November 13, 2014 4 Orlando

Disney World Frozen Holiday - A Frozen Holiday WishAnna, Elsa and their friends have arrived at the Walt Disney World Resort just in time for the holidays with two special experiences for guests visiting the parks this winter. The royal sisters have journeyed from Arendelle to the Magic Kingdom to present "A Frozen Holiday Wish." Anna, Kristoff, and everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf, join Queen Elsa as she uses her wintery magic to decorate Cinderella’s Castle with shimmering snow and ice.

Frozen fans will love the interlude with quirky Anna and lovable Kristoff as they convince the majestic Queen Elsa to use her icy powers to add some sparkle to the holiday decorations. This is also a rare opportunity to see warm-hug loving Olaf getting into his silly antics live and in person.

Disney World Frozen Holiday - A Frozen Holiday WishFor the best views of the royal sisters and their entourage, arrive early for a spot near the castle stage. Those arriving closer to show time risk their view being blocked by smartphones and children on their parents’ shoulders. To take in stunning views of the glittering castle, settle in on Main Street or stop along the side of the bridge between the hub and Liberty Square or the bridge to Tomorrowland for less crowded viewing. Queen Elsa presents her gift twice nightly at 6:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. (weather permitting) through Dec. 31. In the event of inclement weather (ie. rain), Queen Elsa sends a member of her royal court to present her gift and may not appear in person.

Frozen Holiday Premium Package

Disney World Frozen Holiday - Frozen Premium Holiday

There is another Disney World "Frozen" holiday event over at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Guests can celebrate the holiday season with the Frozen Holiday Premium Package, available select dates through Jan. 4, 2015 (package not available Nov. 20 and Dec. 10). The package includes reserved seating for one showing of "For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration," entrance to a Frozen dessert party in a reserved location for viewing of the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights, and a holiday lithograph and Frozen themed pin.

Disney World Frozen Holiday - Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

The Frozen holiday package is $89 for adults and $59 for children ages 3-9. For Frozen fanatics, the Frozen Dessert Package eases the stress of trying to snag a seat in the sing-along show, and includes a souvenir lithograph and pin. However, Frozen-themed cupcakes and other dessert items can be found at Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post near the Premiere Theater, and the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights can be viewed at no extra charge throughout the Streets of America.

Where else can I see Anna and Elsa?

In addition to the Disney World "Frozen" holiday events, guests can catch Anna and Elsa at Magic Kingdom a few other ways. First and foremost, the pair remain at Princess Fairytale Hall, where they remain VERY POPULAR. Be sure to read Undercover Tourist's tips for meeting Elsa and Anna if you want to visit them with the shortest possible wait. Additionally, Anna and Elsa appear daily in the morning Welcome Show ahead of the park's opening and at the Disney Festival of Fantasy parade.

Brittany is a lifelong Disney fan and freelance writer, focusing mainly on food and travel tips for the Central Florida area theme parks. Her work has appeared on and She is best described as an adventure-seeking nerd who loves good food and a good read.

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Dec 8, 2014 at 4:18 a.m. janet Says...

tell me more about the morning Welcome Show, is that at MK

Dec 8, 2014 at 7:53 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Janet,

Yes, it's at Magic Kingdom during the official park opening. It is not held every day, so be sure and check the official site to see if it is running while you are visiting the parks.


Mommy Frog

Nov 14, 2014 at 3:49 p.m. Josh Says...

Perfect timing for this article! A few questions... 1) Is 20 minutes early enough time to "guarantee" a good view for my 3-year-old? 2) How close do they allow you to the stage? 3) Do FP+ people get preferred seating?

Nov 14, 2014 at 9:44 p.m. Brittany Says...

Hello, Josh! Thank you for your questions. 1) There is never a 'guarantee' for good viewing, but I arrived 20 minutes prior to the show and found that those closest to the stage had been camping out for the show for over an hour! If you want to be up front, I would recommend settling in about 45 minutes or so prior to the show. If you find that you can't get right up to the front, try the raised sidewalk area to the side of the roundabout for a slight height advantage. 2) They rope off the area about 20 feet or so from the stage, so you can get pretty close. 3) As of now, there are no FP+ offerings for this show.

I hope this helps answer your questions!

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