The Disney Skyliner is moving right along! We visited Epcot to get you some new photos of the construction and let you know what kind of closings to expect. The view coming into the the International Gateway is a little different these days. There are fences up around the edges of the water near the France Pavilion with some construction going on in the back.
With the construction, there is also a wall up inside the France Pavilion. This is blocking the space where guests would normally meet with Princess Aurora and Belle, so Belle has been moved to a temporary location. Princess Aurora is not currently showing up on the schedule of character appearances, so keep your eyes open to see if she makes a surprise appearance.
Over the wall, you can see one of the towers, and the lines are up!
There’s a better view of the wires up and running to the station.
Closer to the station, you can see the wires go all the way to the end of the line. As far as we can tell, only the meet and greets are affected by the construction work. Everything else in the France Pavilion is still open so you will not have to go without your favorite snacks. My husband would be pretty disappointed to go without the Croque Glace. He always gets it with strawberry ice cream, and it is his go-to treat in Epcot, no matter how much food we have had up until then. What do you think of the construction? Are you as excited as we are? Let us know in the comments below!
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