We’re partway through EPCOT’s multi-year transformation, and there’s one big area left to complete — the middle of the park. If you’ve visited in the past few years, you’ll know that the center of the park is surrounded by construction walls. But soon, we’ll be getting some exciting new additions in World Nature and World Celebration…and today we’ve got an update!
From coast to coast, Disney parks are undergoing some major transformations.
Over in Disneyland, we’ve been keeping up with the ToonTown makeover and all the changes coming to Tarzan’s Treehouse. Not only that, but one Disneyland Hotel is getting a brand new Disney Vacation Club tower — and we’ve got an update on that construction!
If you haven’t been to EPCOT in a while, you’re in for a WILD surprise.
What do we mean? Well, for the past few years, the park has been under a massive transformation, adding new rides (hello Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure), new restaurants (like Space 220 and La Crêperie de Paris), and so much more (new Starbucks and gift shop, anyone?!). But the transformation isn’t over yet — a big part of it is yet to be completed, and today we’re taking a look at the construction.
Disney World is always changing, growing, and evolving into something else, and that means there is almost always some kind of construction going on.
We’re still following the progress of the upcoming Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana attraction at EPCOT, as well as keeping an eye on when Splash Mountain in Magic Kingdom will close for its retheming. We’ve also been following along with the progress of the new DVC villas coming to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and now we’ve got some photos to share with you as part of the latest update. Let’s take a few minutes and see what this area looks like now.
Are you ready for the rootinest, tootinest BBQ in Disney World?!
Well, we definitely are. It was previously announced that Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land would open in 2022, bringing play sets, rodeo fun, and good ol’ BBQ with it. But with an opening date missing from this year’s D23 Expo announcements, can we really expect to see the restaurant open before the year ends? We can only hope so. For now, let’s take a look at the construction progress over at Roundup Rodeo BBQ!
Things are changing at Disney World, and that’s starting with a few major construction projects happening currently.
We’ve got the TRON coaster construction in progress at Magic Kingdom, and additions being made to the Polynesian Village Resort, as well as new restaurants coming to the BoardWalk and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But perhaps the biggest undertaking of them all is the transformation of EPCOT, and today we’re taking a closer look at the construction progress over there — and more specifically, the progress on Journey of Water — Inspired by Moana.
Getting ready to head out on your Disney World vacation?!
There’s so much to see and do around the parks and beyond that it can sometimes seem difficult to keep track of it all — luckily, that’s where we come in. We’re in the parks ALL THE TIME looking for the latest news and updates, and we’re back again with the biggest construction updates from Disney World this week!
It seems like no matter where you look in Disney World these days, things are changing.
Whether it’s a new snack at your favorite spot or a brand new attraction on the way, no two Disney trips have looked the same lately. That’s why it’s so important to stay in the know when it comes to Disney World construction — and we’ve got the most important updates from this week below!
Slowly, but surely, many experiences have returned to the Disney parks. Nighttime shows like the Main Street Electrical Parade, Disneyland Forever, and World of Color have returned to Disneyland Resort, and things like the Harmony Barber Shop, the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, and the popular Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue are preparing to open soon.
Another popular nighttime show is Fantasmic! This show has already returned to Disneyland, and while we know that it will be returning to Disney World this year, Disney has not shared an exact opening date yet. Progress is being made, however, and today we’re sharing an updated look at this space!
Summer is in full swing in Disney World, and that means summer crowds have arrived in the parks, too!
With so much to see and do — from brand new attractions and restaurants to exciting new shows premiering — you might be thinking about planning a trip to the parks as well. Disney World is constantly changing, and it’s important to stay updated on everything going on so you can be prepared for your visit. We’ve rounded up the biggest Disney World construction updates from this week so you can know before you go.