It all started with a new paint job, but then we watched as beautiful drapes were added to the towers and pretty gold ribbons were added to the spires. This ain’t the Pepto-pink castle from 25 years ago!
Earlier this year, Disney announced that the Jungle Cruise attraction would be undergoing some changes at both Disneyland and Disney World!
The ride will be receiving a new storyline with new scenes along the river, unexpected scenarios, and an expanded backstory focusing on Alberta Falls, the proprietor of the Jungle Navigation Company Ltd. Now, some more updates about the changes coming to this attraction have been revealed!
Spaceship Earth is getting a new nighttime look with sparkling lights, Cinderella Castle is getting all dolled up for the 50th Anniversary, AND The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror will also be getting a new look in Disney’s Hollywood Studios for the 50th Anniversary. But, now MORE change is coming to another iconic building in the Disney World theme parks.
If you love Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Chinese Theatre, AND you miss those spotlights in the park that used to search the sky at night — get excited!!
There is so much going on at EPCOT right now!
If you’ve been to EPCOT recently, you’ve seen a lot of construction, especially around the France Pavilion with Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and La Crêperie de Paris coming soon, and with the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind attraction! And we also have a new nighttime attraction coming soon!
Just about everybody and their Uncle is obsessed with EPCOT’s new pylons right now!
In case you’ve slept on the EPCOT news the week, three clear acrylic pylons were recently installed in front of Spaceship Earth as part of a new entryway fountain for World Celebration — one of three new distinct neighborhoods Future World is being divvied up into.
As you’re probably aware EPCOT is in the midst of a pretty major transformation.
The transformation includes the reworking of much of Future World, some enhancements around World Showcase, and the reimagining of the EPCOT Main Entrance. We’re super excited to see what the design of these areas will look like and now, thanks to a Walt Disney Imagineer, we have a sneak peek of the brand-new Main Entrance Fountain!