Who here is a fan of Epcot? We love Walt Disney World’s second gate and are looking forward to the many changes coming to the park over the next three years. This summer at the D23 Expo 2019, Disney revealed newly designed logos for the park’s pavilions that celebrate the spirit of EPCOT Center circa 1982. This fall, The Living Seas pavilion in Future World received a new sign at its entry with the refreshed logo.
Living Seas Sign
The Living Seas Pavilion at Epcot now features a new sign with the original Living Seas Logo. Installed last month, this change is just one of several ways that Disney is embracing the heritage of the park while also looking to the future.
And while we’re here, it just made sense to check out the rest of the pavilion and see what the marine life has been up to.
Aquarium Window Frames
Colorful new window frames have been installed in the giant aquarium tank in the pavilion.
Not So Hidden Mickey
We love the giant Mickey head made of stones lining the bottom of the aquarium!
An updated grey and purple carpet has been installed in select areas throughout the pavilion.
Coral Reef Restaurant
Outside of The Living Seas Pavilion is the Coral Reef Restaurant. During the overall Epcot construction, planter walls have gone up near the restaurant. These new walls feature a small sign and arrows guiding guests to the dining location where yes, you can still enjoy a delicious meal!
Photos by Jeremiah Good