Time is running out to see The Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable, because after over two decades in Epcot’s The Land pavilion, the edutainment film will screen for the final time on Feb. 3, 2018.
The Circle of Life, a 70mm educational movie about conservation starring characters from The Lion King, first debuted at Epcot in 1995, replacing the similar but more serious opening-day attraction, Symbiosis. The film will be shown to guests for the last time on Saturday, Feb. 3, before the theater is converted the following week into a new home for Disney Performing Arts student workshops and performances.
Disney says it has no plans to share at this time for a future public attraction in the film’s former space. For more about the most popular remaining attraction in Epcot’s The Land, watch this video: