A Virtual “Frozen” Ride at Home Is Almost as Good as Being at Disney

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During this weird time we find ourselves in, we’re a little up in the air about when the Disney parks are opening, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pretend to be up in the air on one of their rides.

Virtual thrills on Disney’s Frozen themed rides are available for your in-home amusement.  Fly through Arandelle and visit Elsa, Anna and their friend Olaf in an adventure that doesn’t involve standing in line.

Let’s go!

Since Disney’s re-opening depends on many factors out of anyone’s control, no one has an exact grasp on the date that will happen. Streaming the Frozen movie franchise from Disney + can only take you so far. Now, families can add a trip to Norway at Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center and experience Frozen Ever After right from their living rooms.

Climb on your Nordic vessel and take a “song-filled, slow-moving boat ride with backward and forward plunges down short waterfalls.” One of the best features? No wet pants for the rest of the day…because you’re at home.

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And for those of us who are chicken, virtually riding a roller coaster is much better than hanging on for dear life on a real one.

You can even ride the still-in-production attraction for Disneyland Hong Kong, Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs.

Check out the modification to “It’s A Small World” virtually too. The attraction has its own Arandelle with Elsa and Anna.

So have the family slip into their favorite Frozen costumes and take an online Nordic adventure.

Destiny awaits!