It has almost been 2 weeks since Frozen Ever After opened in Epcot. Here are 7 Observations of Frozen Ever After’s Crowds…
- 70% of crowds are heading to Frozen. That’s my personal guess based on how many people were at the opening on Epcot on Friday and how many headed to Soarin’ and Test Track. We got off Soarin’ by 9:15 AM and rode Test Track twice in the single rider line by 9:50 AM.
- The wait times are dropping off. When was I was at Epcot on Friday the wait time at 10:23 was 60 minutes. That is a huge change from the 300 minute wait I saw on opening day.
- Frozen is running 70-80% Fastpass+ – I heard that approximately 70-80% of the guests that ride Frozen in an hour are Fastpass+ holders. Make sure you get your Fastpass+!
- Fastpass+ line is taking about 10-15 minutes – Most of my readers are reporting waiting approximately 10-15 minutes in the Fastpass+ line to ride Frozen Ever After.
- Frozen Ever After is experiencing down time – The attraction keeps having technical issues. Part of the fact is that Maelstrom was built in 1988 and Frozen Ever After is using it’s ride system. It is not a new system, just new theming.
- Skip Frozen if it is an Morning Extra Magic Hour and you aren’t a Resort Guest – Frozen Ever After is participating in Morning Extra Magic Hour (opens at 8 AM) for Disney Resort Guests. If you aren’t staying at a Disney Resort, you won’t be allowed in the park until 9 AM. That means the queue for Frozen will already be full of Resort Guests by the time you get back there. Wait to ride it later in the day or skip it all together..better yet don’t go to Epcot on that day and visit on a day without the Magic Hours.
- Meet Anna and Elsa – After Frozen Ever After you can meet Anna and Elsa at their Royal Sommerhus. They are seeing dramatically reduced wait times for their meet and greet. It was only 10 minutes at 10:30 AM on Friday!
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