The construction at Disney Parks was put on hold when the COVID-19 pandemic forced Walt Disney World to close. Fortunately, the construction has recently resumed at Epcot and workers are moving forward in the planned projects for the theme park’s future.
Epcot reopens on July 15 for guests with reservations. One of the current projects put on hold was the renovation of Spaceship Earth, which will continue operating for guests when they return to the theme park. Several new attractions are being created for the future, so the front half of Epcot does reveal quite a lot of construction in progress. A project we’re currently excited about is the development of the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind roller coaster.
Lastly, we find an aerial view of the exterior construction progress at the Mouse Gears location. It’s certainly different from when we last saw Mouse Gears at the Disney Park! The Future World side of the park is undergoing a massive transformation. When it’s complete, guests will be able to experience the newly created worlds of Nature, Celebration, and Discovery when visiting Epcot.
Even though it’ll take time to complete these construction projects, we eagerly await the completion of the reimagined Epcot!
From our friends at chipandco.com
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