Check Out Disney World’s ‘Frozen’ Gingerbread Display (Video)
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Disney’s animated feature Frozen has taken the world by storm since its 2013 theatrical release, so it’s not surprising that the company is doing everything possible to populate the world with more Frozen. For example, there’s already plans for a new theatrical short, Frozen Fever; a Broadway musical; and a new attraction at Disney World’s Norway Pavilion at EPCOT to replace The Maelstrom.

The Frozen characters already have a huge presence at Disney World, and now, they’ve been incorporated into Disney World’s Contemporary Resort’s massive Gingerbread display. Check out the video here below that gives a behind-the-scenes look at the Frozen display, which is just one of many Gingerbread showcases throughout the Florida theme park.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort resides in the Magic Kingdom Resort area of Disney World, with the Frozen gingerbread display being near the Monorail area.

If you love Frozen and plan to be at Disney World this holiday season, there’s plenty of related activities going on there. Check out the Disney’s Hollywood Studios Frozen Holiday Premium Package for just some of the Frozen fun to be had there this Winter. Also, because there’s such an insanely high demand for merchandise for the film, check out the other video here below to find out where at Disney World you can buy Frozen holiday products, including a pin inspired by the aforementioned gingerbread display.

If you can’t make it to the theme park, you see the Frozen characters take part in the 31st Annual Disney Parks Christmas Day Celebration and Parade on Christmas Day at 10am EST (9am CST/PST) on ABC.


Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how the “cool” Frozen gingerbread display was created at Disney’s Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World Resort!

Look inside Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post and Frozen Snow-ground at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and get a rundown of this holidays “Frozen” gifts and where to find them at Walt Disney World Resort

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