The Land Pavillion Circle of Life signs and plaques are now gone. From its opening on January 21st, in 1995, Timon and Pumbaa took guests on an eye-opening journey surrounding the need to care for our environment. Sadly, this Environmental Fable movie experience closed to visitors on February 3rd of this year.
As you can see from this image, the sign for the Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable is no longer gracing the entrance doorway. The interior walls, flooring and benches lining the walls are still visible and remain unchanged.
The wall sign, to the left of the doorway now simply says, “The LAND.” The former experience had become a popular location to take a break and enjoy the opportunity to sit for about 15 minutes in the air-conditioned Harvest Theater.
The walls leading up to the Harvest Theater entrance are now barren. The fun plaques of Timon and Pumbaa, letting us know how close we were to the entrance of the Land Pavillion Circle of Life adventure, have disappeared. We will keep our eyes open and see if wall decorations appear along this entryway into The Land. We hope to see a hint of a future attraction here at some point.
While we enjoyed the Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable, we are curious to see what’s next. The Harvest Theater rarely saw a full house for any of the showings and the number of visitors had decreased dramatically prior to closing of this attraction. One question that remains unanswered at this point is, “What will Disney do with this space next?” Let us know what you would like to see come into the space that was the former Land Pavillion Circle of Life.
What do you think will be replacing the Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable? Please leave your comments in the box below.
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