Coming Attractions – Details on Every Major Upcoming Attraction

by Attractions Magazine Staff

Here are all of the major attractions, theme park-related restaurants, shops, and resorts being built that you may want to plan your vacation around.

As with any construction, the opening dates may change. All of these have been announced or are currently under construction. These are not rumors, but confirmed projects. This list, sorted by opening date, is updated as new attractions, dates, and details are announced.

Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade

Location: Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: Winter 2021

This new character cavalcade will feature the most characters of any cavalcade so far, including Nick and Judy from “Zootopia,” Baloo and King Louie from “The Jungle Book,” José Carioca and Panchito from “The Three Caballeros,” Miguel from “Coco,” as well as Merida, Moana, The Incredibles and more.

Orlando Slingshot and Orlando Gyro Drop Tower

Location: Icon Park, International Drive
Opening Date: Late 2021

The Orlando Slingshot and the Orlando Gyro Drop Tower will be the world’s tallest slingshot ride and drop tower, respectively. The slingshot will tower at 300 feet high above Icon Park. Riders will be catapulted 450 feet into the air, nearly 50 stories up. The drop tower will take riders up above the park’s skyline, with the ride reaching 400 feet in the air.

Peppa Pig Theme Park

Location: Legoland Florida Resort
Opening Date: Feb. 24, 2022

This all-new standalone theme park will offer multiple rides, interactive attractions, themed playscapes and water play areas—complete with “muddy puddles”—and live shows daily, all based on the world of Peppa Pig.

Ice Breaker

Location: SeaWorld Orlando
Opening Date: February 2022

Located near the Wild Arctic attraction, Ice Breaker will feature four launches, both going backward and forward, with the coaster culminating in a reverse launch that goes into the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida – a 93-foot-tall spike with a 100-degree angle.

Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire

Location: Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: Early 2022

Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire” will incorporate scenes from the previous iteration of the show — with sequences inspired by “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “The Princess and the Frog” — along with a brand-new opening and new finale with Mickey Mouse and friends in their sparkling EARidescent attire. The show will also include an all-new original song, entitled “When there Magic Feels Like Home.”

“Festival of Fantasy” Parade returns

Location: Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: Early 2022

Character cavalcades at Magic Kingdom will be joined by the return of the Disney “Festival of Fantasy” Parade in early 2022. This fan-favorite daytime parade features dozens of Disney characters and stories, from the Disney Princess Garden to a carnival of color presided over by Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

Pirates of Speelunker Cave

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Location: Six Flags Over Texas
Opening Date: Early 2022

Pirates of Speelunker Cave is a boat ride that will feature animatronics and a combination of both digital and physical sets. The brand-new ride will place guests right in the middle of a pirate treasure hunt foiled by speelunkers. This new attraction re-imagines an original Six Flags Over Texas attraction: The Cave, which operated from 1964 to 1991. Pirates of Speelunker Cave will also replace the current Yosemite Sam and the Gold River Adventure.

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

Location: Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: March 1, 2022

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will invite guests aboard the Halcyon, a starcruiser known throughout the galaxy for its impeccable service and exotic destinations. Onboard, they will stay in well-appointed cabins, experience onboard dining, make a planet-side excursion to Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, and much more. 


Location: Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Opening Date: March 2022

The coaster will be located in the Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s Festa Italia village and will feature four launches and a top speed of 72.5 miles per hour – making it the fastest multi-launch coaster in North America.

Iron Gwazi

Location: Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Opening Date: March 2022

This new coaster will be North America’s tallest hybrid, and the fastest, steepest hybrid coaster in the world. This new addition will be a wood and steel hybrid coaster manufactured by Rocky Mountain Construction, and will feature a maximum height of more than 200 feet tall. The coaster will offer all-new thrill elements, as well as use restored elements of Gwazi.


Location: SeaWorld San Diego
Opening Date: March 2022

Speeding at more than 60 miles per hour, this new coaster will be the tallest and fastest floorless dive coaster in California. Riders will dangle and drop at more than 150 feet before diving 90 degrees into loops – a tribute to the Emperor penguins’ journey from chilly cliffs to the depths of the ocean.

Rapids Racer

Location: Adventure Island water park
Opening Date: March 2022

Feel the rush of competition on the all-new Rapids Racer, as riders grab a two-person raft and speed through nearly 600 feet of slide with low walls to help keep an eye on your opponents. The thrills are amplified as riders swirl through the world’s first dueling saucers and race through high-speed tunnels, turns and more.

Wahoo Remix

Location: Adventure Island water park
Opening Date: March 2022

Riders can enjoy waves of water and sound as they splash to the beat of a remixed favorite attraction. Formerly Wahoo Run, Wahoo Remix will be Adventure Island’s first waterslide to feature synchronized light and sound elements for an all-new family raft ride experience. Enclosed tunnels that were once dark will now glow as riders travel through over 600 feet of slide.

Riptide Race

Location: Aquatica San Antonio
Opening Date: March 2022

Starting atop a 51-foot tower, riders will grab a two-person raft and take their marks with their partner before plunging toward victory. Riptide Race — which is also present at Aquatica Orlando — features dueling side-by-side flumes and low walls to offer each guest a full view of their competition. Guests can challenge one another while navigating tight loops and turns, adrenaline-pumpking drops, and accelerations through indoor and outdoor sections of slide — coming in at a total of nearly 565 feet in length!

Reef Plunge

Location: Aquatica Orlando
Opening Date: March 2022

Aquatica Orlando will soon have another thrilling way to see the water park’s resident Commerson’s dolphins, leopard sharks, sardines, and other fish, when the Reef Plunge body slide opens in March 2022. Reef Plunge riders will twist and turn down more than 300 feet of fiberglass, sliding through translucent cutouts and rings as they pass playful dolphins, languid leopard sharks, and cold-water fish on the way to splash-down.

Sesame Place San Diego

Location: San Diego, Calif. (formerly Aquatica San Diego)
Opening Date: March 2022

Sesame Place San Diego will be the second Sesame Place park in almost 40 years, and the first on the West Coast. The park will feature family rides, water slides, live character shows, parades and interactive experiences that will extend the laughter and learning of Sesame Street.

Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel

Location: Tokyo Disney Resort
Opening Date: April 5, 2022

This will be the fifth Disney hotel to open in Japan but the first moderate-designated Disney hotel, and will feature 595 guest rooms and 11 floors. The exterior, entrance, lobby and other areas will be themed to the Academy Award-winning Disney and Pixar films. There will also be a restaurant, a Disney retail location, and parking. The hotel is located right in front of Bayside Station on the Disney Resort Line, offering easy access to both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

Prairie Screamer

Location: Trader’s Village
Opening Date: Spring 2022

This roller coaster was originally installed at the now-closed Scandia Amusement Park in Ontario, Calif. (then known as the Scandia Screamer) when Trader’s Village purchased it in October 2020, disassembled it, and shipped it to Texas. The renamed Prairie Screamer will join the other popular rides at Trader’s Village when it opens this fall.

Ferrari Build and Race

Location: Legoland California Resort
Opening Date: Spring 2022

The world’s first Lego Ferrari “Build and Race” interactive attraction will put guests in the driver’s seat as they make their way through the “garage” to the “racetrack” as they utilize their creativity and imagination to build, test and race their own Lego Ferrari.

Tidal Surge

Location: SeaWorld San Antonio
Opening Date: Spring 2022

Opening in spring 2022, Tidal Surge will be the world’s tallest and fastest screaming swing, and will take riders on a high-flying journey above the clouds. The ride will seat 40 riders and feature two pendulum-like arms that will soar progressively higher to a towering height of 135 feat at its peak. The dueling arms will alternate sides and sway back-and-forth at 68 miles per hour, creating multiple airtime moments that will levitate guests out of their seats with every swing

Legoland Korea Resort

Location: Chuncheon, South Korea
Opening Date: May 5, 2022

Legoland Korea Resort will officially open on May 5, 2022, in Chuncheon, South Korea (about 90 minutes from Seoul) to coincide with Korea’s Children’s Day. The new Legoland theme park — the 10th in the world — will feature 40 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed lands: Bricktopia, Brick Street, Lego City, Lego Ninjago, Pirate Shore, Lego Castle, and Miniland.

Aquazoid Amped

Aquazoid Amped

Location: Water Country USA
Opening Date: May 2022

As Aquazoid Amped riders plunge through 864 feet of fully enclosed, twisting tube at speeds of 20 feet per second, they’ll experience all-new special effects and sudden splashes, pulse-pounding music, and a variety of dynamic light shows courtesy of 59 color-changing rings, making each ride a different experience.

Disney Wish cruise ship

Location: Disney Cruise Line
Opening Date: June 9 2022

Reflecting the theme of the vessel, Rapunzel will grace the stern, representing her character’s wish to see the world. The ship’s three-story atrium is inspired by the beauty of an enchanted fairytale.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

Location: Epcot’s World Discovery, formerly The Universe of Energy
Opening Date: Summer 2022

Guests will ride on a daring adventure featuring the first reverse launch into space on Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. This thrilling, family-friendly attraction will feature a never-before-seen storytelling coaster that rotates to focus on the action, wherever it may be.

Avengers Campus

Location: Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris
Opening Date: Summer 2022

This new land will bring the worlds of Marvel to Walt Disney Studios Park as part of Disneyland Paris’ 30th anniversary celebration. The land will feature the same WEB Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure attraction that Disney California Adventure offers, as well as an Iron Man-themed roller coaster.

Dr. Diabolical’s Cliffhanger

Location: Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Opening Date: Summer 2022

This new custom-designed dive coaster created by Bolliger & Mabillard for Six Flags Fiesta Texas features a cliffhanger hold, which suspends riders as they face straight down a 95-degree, beyond-vertical drop, then releases them moments later into a 150-foot dive. As guests enter the queue for the roller coaster, they will find themselves immersed in the story of Dr. Diabolical and her evil quest to create menacing creatures to frighten the world. To bring her creations to life, she has constructed a machine to capture the essence of human adrenaline and fear.

Bombs Away extreme drop slide

Location: Sandcastle water park
Opening Date: Summer 2022

The Bombs Away extreme drop slide will literally pull the floor out from under riders, sending them screaming down a 305-foot twisting, turning, freefall flight, at speeds up to 26 feet per second. The slide will start with an enclosed launch capsule and end with a six-story drop as the floor vanishes beneath rider’s feet.

Carnival Chaos Hyper Ride

Location: Clifton Hill
Opening Date: Summer 2022

Set to open next summer, “Carnival Chaos Hyper Ride” will showcase Triotech’s Hyper Ride, an interactive media-based dark ride that features a world’s first in motion technology. The ride will include seven interactive scenes, five carts, and programable digital theming inside.

Studio Ghibli theme park

Location: Aichi Expo Commemorative Park in Nagakute City, Japan
Opening Date: Fall 2022

Once opened, this Studio Ghibli theme park will house five areas themed to classic Ghibli films, including “Howl’s Moving Castle,” “Spirited Away,” and “My Neighbor Totoro.”

Palindrome infinity shuttle roller coaster

Location: Cotaland
Opening Date: Late 2022

The one-of-a-kind infinity shuttle roller coaster will feature a 95-foot vertical lift hill, a top speed of 51 miles-per-hour, two inversions, and a vertical “hop-stall” before riders experience the ride again — only backward.

“Finding Nemo: The Big Blue… and Beyond!”

Location: Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World
Opening Date: 2022

A reimagined version of “Finding Nemo – The Musical” will return next year to Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Now titled “Finding Nemo: The Big Blue… and Beyond!,” the show will be set in the timeline of the film “Finding Dory,” and when guests sit in the Theater in the Wild, they’ll find themselves inside the Marine Life Institute.

“Fantasmic!” reimagined

Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World
Opening Date: 2022

Fan-favorite nighttime spectacular “Fantasmic!” will return to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2022 with an all-new sequence featuring live performers, stunts, special effects and more. While the specifics have not been shared, we noticed a few clues in the official show graphic — fractal snowflakes representing the various elements of Arendelle, a magic lamp, and an oar with the symbol of Te Fiti. Based on that, we think that “Frozen II,” “Aladdin,” and “Moana” will have some kind of representation in the show.

Pirate River Quest

Location: Legoland Florida Resort
Opening Date: 2022

Guests can set sail with a crew of Lego pirates on Captain’s orders to explore the murky waters and retrieve a lost treasure, stolen by a group of mischievous monkeys! Travel through the uncharted waters of Cypress Gardens and discover the secrets that protect its canals, as a brand-new story unfolds into family-friendly treasure hunt.

Aquaman: Power Wave launched shuttle coaster

Location: Six Flags Over Texas
Opening Date: 2022

Opening next year, Aquaman: Power Wave is a launch-style coaster that will suspend riders at a 90-degree angle before hurtling them across more than 700 feet of track at 63 miles per hour.

Jumanji: The Adventure

Location: Gardaland Park
Opening Date: 2022

Set to open at the beginning of the 2022 season, the new attraction will be a dark ride that transports guests into the mysterious world of Jumanji, where a journey full of pitfalls, surprises, and dangers awaits them in the jungle.

Water’s Edge Brews & Bites and Wanyama Overlook

Location: Wild Adventures theme park
Opening Date: 2022

Wild Adventures has announced a slate of new attractions and events arriving next year, including Water’s Edge Brews & Bites — a restaurant and entertainment venue as part of a partnership with Georgia Beer Company. In addition, the park will also debut the largest new animal habitat in over a decade, dubbed the Wanyama Overlook. The habitat will feature animals native to Africa and Asia, including giraffes, zebras, water buffalo, wildebeests and more.

Treasure Hunt: The Ride

Location: Cannery Row
Opening Date: 2022

This new pirate-themed dark ride, developed through a partnership between Sally Dark Rides and the themed fabrication artists of Daniels Wood Land, will take riders through a newly-discovered system of caverns beneath Cannery Row that, according to legend, once served as a hideout for the infamous Pirate Captain Hippolyte Bouchard and his crew.

Volkanu: Quest for the Golden Idol

Location: Lost Island theme park
Opening Date: 2022

Developed by Sally Dark Rides, the anchor attraction for Iowa’s upcoming Lost Island theme park will showcase the element of fire in the Mura Realm and be housed inside a large volcano just west of the park’s entrance. The four-minute experience will take riders on a thrilling adventure to locate a sacred Ora-Tika statue — the Golden Idol that keeps Volkanu dormant — return it to the altar, and restore peace to the island.

Mickey’s Toontown reimagining

Location: Disneyland park
Opening Date: Early 2023

Disneyland Resort has announced that a reimagining of Mickey’s Toontown in Disneyland park is on the horizon, set to debut in early 2023 alongside the land’s new attraction, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. Imagineers are hard at work to create new experiences for families and young children to enjoy together inside Disneyland park. Mickey’s Toontown will transform into a “symphony of sights, sounds, and sensations” with new play experiences and open, grassy play spaces. The land will also receive new landscaping for both spontaneous family play and parental relaxation.

Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway

Location: Disneyland park, Mickey’s Toontown
Opening Date: 2023

The first ever ride-through attraction themed to Mickey Mouse will feature a new original story and theme song as it takes guests on a journey inside the wacky and unpredictable world of Disney Channel’s “Mickey Mouse” cartoon shorts.

Fantasy Springs

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Location: Tokyo DisneySea
Opening Date: 2023

This newly announced expansion at Tokyo DisneySea will create the eighth themed port, inspired by a magical spring leading to a world of Disney magic and fantasy. The port will be made up of three areas that recreate the worlds of the Disney animated films “Frozen,” “Peter Pan” and “Tangled,” as well as a deluxe hotel with a one-of-a-kind luxury wing that is set to be the most luxurious accommodations ever at the resort.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo – The Making of Harry Potter

Location: Tokyo, Japan (site of former Toshimaen amusement park)
Opening Date: 2023

Like its sister attraction in London, this Studio Tour will take guests behind-the-scenes of the Wizarding World with authentic sets, costumes and props from the “Harry Potter” films.

Dollywood’s HeartSong Lodge & Resort

Location: Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Opening Date: 2023

An ambitious expansion has been announced for Dollywood Parks and Resorts: The new 302-room HeartSong Lodge & Resort, which will open adjacent to Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa. Reminiscent of a grand lodge in the Smokies, HeartSong Lodge & Resort will have a “rustic-chic” design with four-story lantern-inspired lobby windows, welcoming fireplace, exposed beams, balconies for a “place tucked in the leaves,” and an outdoor cove with screened-in porch and communal fire pit. Family-friendly features include bunk rooms and spacious suites, loft rooms tucked into the dormers, balconies, indoor and outdoor pools, and more.

Donkey Kong-themed area of Super Nintendo World

Location: Universal Studios Japan
Opening Date: 2024

Universal Studios Japan has finally announced that, after practically endless speculation since the land was first announced, a new Donkey Kong-themed area is coming to Super Nintendo World. This new area will feature a roller coaster, interactive experiences, themed merchandise and food — all with the playfulness that guests enjoy in Super Nintendo World. Guests will feel as though they are playing inside the world of Donkey Kong as they walk through the lush jungles where DK and his friends live.

Ubisoft Entertainment Center

Location: Studios Occitanie Méditerranée, France
Opening Date: 2025

Ubisoft and Storyland Studios are teaming up to create a multi-brand themed entertainment experience, to be located at Studios Occitanie Méditerranée. Once open, it will be the first in a series of centers that will “immerse fans and newcomers alike in fully interactive worlds” based on Ubisoft’s game franchises.

Transformation of Epcot

Location: Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: Ongoing

As revealed at D23 Expo 2019, Epcot will stay true to its original vision while bringing timeless Disney storytelling to life with the magic of possibility. The park will be unified with four neighborhoods that each celebrate a unique aspect of what makes Epcot so special: World Showcase, World Celebration, World Nature, and World Discovery.

ArieForce One roller coaster

Location: Fun Spot Atlanta
Opening Date: TBA

Fun Spot America is teaming up with Rocky Mountain Construction (RMC) to construct an all-new steel roller coaster for Fun Spot Atlanta, aptly named ArieForce One. Riders will soar over 3,400 feet of track, towering 15 stories and flying at speeds up to 64 miles-per-hour. The new coaster will be located near the main gate of the park.

Columbia Pictures Aquaverse

Location: Bangsaray, Thailand
Opening Date: TBA

The world’s first Columbia Pictures theme park and waterpark, “Columbia Pictures’ Aquaverse,” will feature experiences that bring to life beloved characters from movies like “Ghostbusters,” “Jumanji,” “Bad Boys,” “Men in Black,” and “Hotel Transylvania.” Rides and attractions are set to begin opening this October.

DuckTales World Showcase Adventure

Location: Epcot’s World Showcase
Opening Date: TBA

Your favorite “DuckTales” pals are headed to Epcot. Through the Play Disney Parks app, guests will join Scrooge McDuck, Donald Duck, Launchpad McQuack, Webby, and the nephews in search of priceless treasure. Travel around the World Showcase to discover unique destinations, mysteries, and maybe even a few thieves, villains, and supernatural guardians of ancient artifacts.

Roundup Rodeo BBQ restaurant

Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Opening Date: TBA

Set to be built in Toy Story Land, this new table service restaurant will make guests feel like honorary toys in a Western-themed play set created from a colorful mash-up of fun, oversized toys and cardboard boxes.

Super Nintendo World

Location: Universal Orlando Resort; Universal Studios Hollywood; Universal Studios Singapore
Opening Date: TBA (Orlando, Hollywood, and Singapore)

Super Nintendo World will be comprised of expansive and multi-level environments filled with state-of-the-art rides, interactive areas, shops and restaurants, all featuring Nintendo’s most popular characters and games

Universal’s Epic Universe

Location: Universal Orlando Resort
Opening Date: TBA

Universal Orlando’s newest theme park will feature its own entertainment district, restaurants, hotels, shops, and immersively-themed lands once it’s built. The park will be located on a 750-acre site near the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Construction was temporarily paused due to the pandemic, but has since resumed.

Avengers e-ticket attraction

Location: Disney California Adventure
Opening Date: TBA

One of the iconic buildings in California’s Avengers Campus will be the Avengers Headquarters. The building will become the future entrance to a brand-new E-Ticket attraction where guests will fly alongside the Avengers in an adventure to Wakanda and beyond.

Tron Lightcycle / Run

Location: Magic Kingdom
Opening Date: TBA

The hit Tron roller coaster from Shanghai Disneyland will make its way to the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland in an entirely new area right next to the Space Mountain attraction.

New Pavilion

Location: Epcot’s World Celebration
Opening Date: TBA

A new pavilion will be the home base for Epcot’s signature festivals. It will provide a view of World Showcase and an ideal spot to witness the park’s nighttime spectacular. This three-level structure will have one of the most remarkable designs at any Disney park and will fast become a new icon for Epcot.

Dreamers Point

Location: Epcot’s World Celebration
Opening Date: TBA

Dreamers Point will feature lush gardens, a wishing tree, an interactive new fountain and a statue celebrating the legacy of the original dreamer, Walt Disney.

Journey of Water, Inspired by “Moana”

Location: Epcot’s World Nature
Opening Date: TBA

Journey of Water, Inspired by “Moana” at Epcot will be the first attraction inspired by the hit Walt Disney Animation Studios film. This lush exploration trail will invite guests to meet and play with magical, living water.

PLAY! Pavilion

Location: Epcot’s World Discovery, formerly Wonders of Life
Opening Date: TBA

In this interactive metropolis, guests will discover a city bursting with games, activities, and experiences that connect them with friends, family, and beloved Disney characters like never before.

Wondrous China

Location: Epcot’s China Pavilion
Opening Date: TBA

In the China pavilion, Wondrous China will take guests on a spectacular journey across China, filmed and presented in a completely seamless 360-degree digital format.

Reflections: A Disney Lakeside Lodge

Location: Walt Disney World Resort
Opening Date: TBA

Reflections: A Disney Lakeside Lodge is a unique hotel and proposed Disney Vacation Club resort drawing inspiration from the wonders of nature and artistry of Walt Disney.

Lighthouse Point

Location: Island of Eleuthera
Opening Date: TBA

Disney Cruise Line guests can look forward to a signature island experience that celebrates nature and the spirit and culture of The Bahamas at a new Disney port of call located on the island of Eleuthera at a place called Lighthouse Point.

Zootopia expansion

Location: Shanghai Disneyland
Opening Date: TBA

In addition to a major new attraction that blends storytelling and state-of-the-art technology to bring this favorite film to life, guests can expect immersive entertainment, merchandise, and dining options that can only be found in this mammalian metropolis.

Frozen expansion

Location: Hong Kong Disneyland
Opening Date: TBA

The area will feature two attractions: a new coaster called Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs that takes guests on a winding journey through the kingdom, and Frozen Ever After, inspired by the popular family attraction in Epcot’s Norway pavilion at Walt Disney World Resort.

“The Princess and the Frog” retheme of Splash Mountain

Location: Magic Kingdom; Disneyland park
Opening Date: TBA

Disney has announced that Splash Mountain at both Disneyland park in California and Magic Kingdom in Florida will soon be rethemed to “The Princess and the Frog.” The story of this attraction picks up after the final kiss in the film, as riders join Princess Tiana and Louis on a musical adventure (featuring music from the film) as they gear up for their first-ever Mardi Gras performance.

Mary Poppins attraction

Location: Epcot’s United Kingdom Pavilion
Opening Date: TBA (POSTPONED)

World Showcase will welcome the first attraction inspired by Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane, which will join the United Kingdom pavilion as an entirely new neighborhood.

Spaceship Earth revamp

Location: Epcot’s World Celebration
Opening Date: TBA (POSTPONED)

The iconic Spaceship Earth will remain a voyage through time as the journey transforms with new scenes reflecting the universal nature of the human experience. A new guide and all-new narration will focus on the storytelling that brings people together.

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Clint February 21, 2019 - 4:15 pm

I love this new Coming Attractions section!

shabsi August 14, 2019 - 9:05 am


Billy December 8, 2019 - 6:55 am

Wow it’s really all here! Amazing work!!!
Epcot has so much to come

Nrthwnd December 23, 2019 - 9:18 pm

Wow. Totally a Disney Renaissance in the making! Most looking forward to the Asian and Paris parks’ additions.

David Holler January 5, 2020 - 9:30 pm

really hoped Dollywood would add something for 2020 but I guess 2021 is the year for the next big attraction. wonder what it will be!


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