In preparation for it’s 50th anniversary this year, Disney World has several fun and exciting projects in the works!
Although we’ve confirmed that certain projects will open up like Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and La Creperie de Paris, others have left us wondering if they actually will open in 2021. It looks like some projects could be opening later than originally expected, including the new TRON coaster.
Because of the theme park shutdowns due to the global pandemic, timelines for construction projects have been pushed back. According to USA Today, that means some of these big projects may miss the 50th anniversary of Disney World.
The TRON Coaster coming to Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom, “isn’t expected to open during the park’s 50th birthday year,” according to USA Today. We’ve been watching the construction progress for this new thrill ride for quite some time.
While mentioning EPCOT construction plans, USA Today says that Harmonious, the new nighttime spectacular “will likely debut in 2021.” However, it is mentioned that the “Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana, will probably open after 2021.” The Moana-inspired attraction will feature an exploration trail and interactive water features.
The post mentions other smaller projects that are likely to be updated including the addition of animatronic President-elect Joe Biden to the Hall of Presidents. Disney has not officially confirmed that the TRON Coaster and the Journey of Water will not open in 2021, but we will keep an eye out for any additional details from Disney.
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Which Disney World project are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments!