Sorin Dutoiu, at 5 Jun. 23, in News

Are you a Disney fan looking forward to the new expansion coming to Epcot? In case you haven’t heard, Epcot, the theme park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, is about to get a major facelift. Here are some of the exciting changes you can expect to see in the upcoming years.

New Entrance Plaza

The first thing on the list is a brand new entrance plaza. The new design will feature a more open entrance, with new pathways, green spaces, and a reimagined fountain. This will give guests a more welcoming atmosphere as they enter the park. The new entrance plaza will feature iconic Disney characters, and the “Leave A Legacy” monoliths will be relocated to a new area outside the park. The entrance will also have new security screening areas so that guests will not have to go through screening at the entrance of the park.

Guardians of the Galaxy

One of the most exciting additions to Epcot will be the Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster. This attraction is set to be one of the longest enclosed roller coasters in the world, and will take guests on a thrilling adventure through space.

The storyline of the ride is that guests will be visiting the Collector’s fortress, which is the home of the Guardians of the Galaxy. The ride will be a high-speed, thrilling experience, with a unique ride system that will be different from any other coaster at Disney.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

Fans of the Pixar movie Ratatouille will be delighted to hear that a new attraction based on the film will be coming to Epcot. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will take guests through a Parisian kitchen, where they will be shrunk down to the size of a rat and go on a wild adventure.

The ride will be similar to the Ratatouille ride at Disneyland Paris, and will be located in the France Pavilion. The ride will be a trackless ride system, and guests will wear 3D glasses to fully immerse themselves in the experience.

New Pavilion

A new pavilion will be added to Epcot, featuring a circular shape and new attractions. The new pavilion will be home to a new experience called the “Journey of Water.”

This attraction will be based on the Disney film “Moana.” The pavilion will also feature a new festival center, which will be home to many events throughout the year, including the Food and Wine Festival and the Flower and Garden Festival. The new pavilion will be located between the Living Seas and the Land pavilions.

Space Restaurant

If you’re a fan of dining at Disney, you won’t want to miss the new space-themed restaurant coming to Epcot. This restaurant will be located next to the Mission: SPACE attraction, and will offer guests a one-of-a-kind dining experience while they orbit around the Earth. The restaurant will be run by the Patina Group, who also run the Via Napoli restaurant in the Italy Pavilion. The restaurant will feature an international menu and will be a table service restaurant.

These are just a few of the exciting changes coming to Epcot in the near future. Make sure to keep an eye out for more news and updates as the park continues to expand and evolve. Epcot is undergoing its biggest transformation in history, and these new attractions and experiences are just the beginning of what’s to come.

EPCOT (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) is a theme park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, United States. It was opened on October 1, 1982, and is one of the four main theme parks at Disney World.

Originally conceptualized by Walt Disney himself, EPCOT was envisioned as a futuristic city and community that would serve as a model for urban living. However, after Walt Disney’s death in 1966, the project underwent significant changes and evolved into a theme park focused on technology, innovation, and international culture.

EPCOT is divided into two main sections: Future World and World Showcase. Future World showcases technological advancements, scientific discoveries, and futuristic concepts through various attractions, pavilions, and exhibits. It covers topics such as space exploration, energy, communication, and transportation.

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