Construction walls down at Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in Epcot revealing the entrance to the newly expanded France pavilion in EPCOT! Hinting that we are now one rat step further to boarding Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure!
As you can see from the photos above, the sign for the attraction is up, surrounded by a traditional Parisian awning, similar to that of the Metro signs! The Parisian touches keep on coming, as you can see at the right corner of the photo above the new waiting time sits at the expansion entrance in a similar style to the awning! This is simply a perfect way to introduce guests into the magical world of Remy and his kitchen.
Currently, the entrance to the attraction is cordoned off by temporary planters showing that its nearly time to reveal the attraction we have all been waiting for! We are hoping for a soft opening of the attraction in the next coming weeks!
Check out the images below for a side view of what the construction walls down at Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure looks like! As you can see, the expansion entrance seems covered by shrubbery but it gives you a good idea of the size of the expansion! You might even get a side view when using the Disney boats for transportation!
The France pavilion expansion is truly taking shape and we simply cannot wait until Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction opens! Having ridden the attraction at Disneyland Paris, we known that guests are going to adore this attraction and it is simply a brilliant addition to not only the France Pavilion but to EPCOT and Disney World itself! Stay tuned for more Disney news, click here!
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