This week has been an exciting one, as we look forward to the debut of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
The walls around the expansion of EPCOT’s France Pavilion finally came down, and guests are now able to walk around part of the new area. Although walls are still up around Remy’s, we were super excited to check out a small peek of the new crêperie, restrooms, and all the other details! Now, we’re giving you a firsthand look at the new expansion at night!
A big, illuminated sign marks the entrance of the new section of the pavilion. And we must say, it looks especially gorgeous during sunset.
One thing we particularly love about this expansion so far is how well it blends in with the rest of the France Pavilion. The Gusteau’s sign and the rest of the buildings around it fit right in with the Eiffel Tower in the background.
One of the (many) things we’re most excited about is La Crêperie de Paris!
Even at night, the windows of the crêperie are well illuminated. We can’t wait until we can finally smell the sweet scent of crêpes wafting through the air!
Earlier this week, we also gave you a look at the new restrooms. Right now, this is the only part of the expansion that’s open (along with the pathway, of course).
All the ornate details on Rue Auguste Gusteau are still visible once the sun has set!
And, elegant artwork lines the street!
Once it’s dark outside, this expansion lights up the night. We’re looking forward to the day that we walk through this archway to a FULLY open pavilion!
As we get closer and closer to the opening of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and the rest of the pavilion, you can bet we’re on the lookout for more details. Be sure to check back with us for more updates!
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