New details and photo released about “Royal Summerhus” and “Frozen Ever After” coming to Epcot’s Norway Pavilion

New details and photo released about "Royal Summerhus" and "Frozen Ever After" coming to Epcot's Norway Pavilion

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Disney just released a new photo (seen above) of the new Royal Summerhus area coming to Epcot’s Norway Pavilion at Epcot.

The Royal Summerhus will feature an authentic log cabin based on an actual historic log cabin in Norway.  Once inside, guests will have the opportunity to meet Anna and Elsa.

“This cabin is based on an actual historic log cabin in Norway. In fact, in order to make sure we get the character and detailing right, we just sent our project team to Norway on a research trip to study the country and its cultural arts and crafts in person, just as the film team did.”

Disney is working closely with the Walt Disney Animation Studio to ensure every detail is accurate to the “Frozen” film in this new area, including “Frozen” composers Bobby and Kristen-Anderson Lopez.

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