(CNN) -- Visitors to Walt Disney World will never have to "let it go."
Disney offered new details Tuesday about the planned "Frozen Ever After" ride it announced last year. The ride will be in the Norway pavilion at Disney's Epcot park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The park provided an artistic rendering of the ride that will replace the "Maelstrom."
Park guests will visit the kingdom of Arendelle and relive moments from the film, like the winter-in-summer day created thanks to the magic powers of Elsa.
Elsa's ice palace and the movie's North Mountain will also be part of the ride. (It's unknown yet if the temperature will drop on the ride itself, but this is Disney, after all).
Fans can probably start lining up now: the ride launches next year.
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