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Frozen fun for Blizzard Beach as Disney announces Florida waterpark's November reopening

Disney World’s Blizzard Beach waterpark will reopen to the public next month with new Frozen additions following a lengthy refurbishment




Blizzard Beach reopens to the public on November 13   Credit: Disney

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will finally reopen to the public next month following a lengthy closure and refurbishment.

Opening to guests again from November 13, the Disney World waterpark near Orlando, Florida, is offering arctic adventures now with a Frozen twist.

New features based on the hit Disney movie can be seen in Tike’s Peak - the kid's area of the waterpark - with statuettes of Olaf and his Snowgie friends in the warm wading pool, as well as Anna and Elsa’s igloo castle. A Frozen-themed menu is also available.

Popular attractions return to the park following the work, with Disney highlighting its Summit Plummet, Steamboat Springs, Toboggan Racers, Cross Country Creek and Runoff Rapids attractions.

Through to December 31, the waterpark is also offering an “enhanced holiday atmosphere”, with holiday-themed treats, snowfall and festive inner tubes, as well as a meeting with Santa, dressed tropically for the Florida climate.

Guests had not been able to visit Blizzard Beach for some time thanks to the extended refurbishment, which started in January.

Alongside Blizzard Beach’s reopening, Disney has confirmed that its nearby Typhoon Lagoon waterpark will close for refurbishment on the same day. The reason is unclear, though Disney often closes one of its waterparks for repairs and touch-ups during the cooler winter season when demand for water attractions is lower.


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Frozen fun for Blizzard Beach as Disney announces Florida waterpark's November reopening

Disney World’s Blizzard Beach waterpark will reopen to the public next month with new Frozen additions following a lengthy refurbishment




Blizzard Beach reopens to the public on November 13   Credit: Disney

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will finally reopen to the public next month following a lengthy closure and refurbishment.

Opening to guests again from November 13, the Disney World waterpark near Orlando, Florida, is offering arctic adventures now with a Frozen twist.

New features based on the hit Disney movie can be seen in Tike’s Peak - the kid's area of the waterpark - with statuettes of Olaf and his Snowgie friends in the warm wading pool, as well as Anna and Elsa’s igloo castle. A Frozen-themed menu is also available.

Popular attractions return to the park following the work, with Disney highlighting its Summit Plummet, Steamboat Springs, Toboggan Racers, Cross Country Creek and Runoff Rapids attractions.

Through to December 31, the waterpark is also offering an “enhanced holiday atmosphere”, with holiday-themed treats, snowfall and festive inner tubes, as well as a meeting with Santa, dressed tropically for the Florida climate.

Guests had not been able to visit Blizzard Beach for some time thanks to the extended refurbishment, which started in January.

Alongside Blizzard Beach’s reopening, Disney has confirmed that its nearby Typhoon Lagoon waterpark will close for refurbishment on the same day. The reason is unclear, though Disney often closes one of its waterparks for repairs and touch-ups during the cooler winter season when demand for water attractions is lower.


 



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