The attraction has guests boarding boats and setting sail on a voyage to Arendelle. To celebrate the day Princess Anna saved Queen Elsa, Elsa has declared a "Summer Snow Day Celebration" with a reception in the ice palace.
Later, it was announced that a copy of the attraction will open at Hong Kong Disneyland in 2020.
Frozen Ever After provides examples of:
- Excuse Plot: There IS technically a plot, but it's not a very consistent one. The "Summer Snow Day" doesn't get much focus, and most of the ride is just characters singing songs from the film. Guests board boats and ride them, as characters sing, to the ice palace, where Elsa sings "Let It Go". That's pretty much it — the songs are the focus.
- Mythology Gag: There are a few references to Maelstrom. For example, the puffins from the attraction can be seen near the end.
- That Reminds Me of a Song: Of course Elsa sings "Let It Go" in the ride. At the end she, Anna, and Olaf sing "In Summer". However, both songs become this when performed out of the original film's context and instead in the context of the ride, where already Elsa has let it go and Olaf has experienced summer. ("Let It Go" doesn't even receive new lyrics.)