Photos – Construction Continues on Various EPCOT Projects

A lot of changes are still in progress at EPCOT and today we took a ride on the monorail around the park to get a look at how some of the exciting projects are coming along.

  • All the way back in 2019, we learned that EPCOT would be undergoing a major transformation, with several huge construction projects getting started.
  • Some of those projects have been completed, but there is still quite a bit of construction going on around EPCOT, especially behind Spaceship Earth, which will become the World Celebration neighborhood.

  • Journey of Water, Inspired by “Moana” will be a “lush exploration trail” that will allow guests to interact with magical, living water and learn about the importance of the natural water cycle.

Via Disney Parks Blog

Via Disney Parks Blog

  • We also got a good look at the entrance itself as well as the touchpoints out in front.

  • Lastly, a good glimpse of the attraction’s show building gives an idea of the massive scale of this new Marvel experience coming to EPCOT.

More on Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind:

  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind is a brand new, family-thrill coaster developed by Disney Imagineers just for this attraction.
  • It’s a “story coaster” that will amaze guests as it rotates 360 degrees throughout the attraction so the focus is always on the action, and additionally will feature a reverse launch on a coaster, never before seen in Disney Parks.
  • It is also one of the longest enclosed coasters in the world, which means it lives up to and matches the enormous scale of adventures of the Guardians of the Galaxy films,
  • Annual Passholder preview registration for the new attraction opened up yesterday (April 14th).
  • Walt Disney Imagineering’s Zach Riddley shared a look at the outfits that Cast Members will be wearing when the attraction opens next month.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind will open on May 27th at EPCOT.
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