Anna and Elsa Now Appearing in Their New Outfits at Disney Parks


Frozen 2 has been released and with it comes brand-new outfits for Elsa and Anna. You can now see them in their new duds at the Royal Sommerhus in Epcot, Anna and Elsa’s Royal Welcome at Disney California Adventure, and at the Frozen Fantasy Gardens Village in Hong Kong Disneyland.

Of course Disney loves to cash in on merchandise so there are new dresses available as well at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris and Shanghai Disney. These are “exclusively available at Disney Parks through November 30th” and then on November 30th they will be added to Disney Stores and

How much are the kids dresses?

The Elsa dress is $89.99 with removable cape and leggings.  The Anna dress also has a removable cape and is $119.99! They really want to cash in! Don’t get me wrong, they are beautiful and that Anna dress is amazing, but the prices are making my wallet cold!  I’m kind of glad my daughter is too big for these!

Here’s where you can find your Frozen 2 merchandise and dresses:

  • Disneyland Resort: Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and Disney Showcase in Disneyland park, Off the Page in Disney California Adventure park and World of Disney in the Downtown Disney District
  • Walt Disney World Resort: Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in Magic Kingdom Park, Disney Springs and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Emporium and Sir Mickey’s at Magic Kingdom Park, Mickey’s of Hollywood at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, The Fjording in Epcot and World of Disney in Disney Springs
  • Disneyland Paris: World of Disney in Disney Village, Emporium and La Chaumière des Sept Nains at Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Store at Walt Disney Studios Park
  • Shanghai Disney Resort: World of Disney in Disneytown and Avenue M Arcade, Be Our Guest Boutique, Tinker Bell Gifts and Mickey & Minnie’s Mercantile at Shanghai Disneyland

These dresses are beautiful and I appreciate the design and craftsmanship. I do really think Anna’s dress gives a lot away, but maybe that is just me.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog,

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