Epcot has undergone a multi-year transformation, and some of the work will finally be completed in late 2023. While there will still be some construction, guests can experience the park’s hub in a new way with the opening of several key areas. Here is a new look at the Epcot construction updates.
Epcot Construction Updates for World Celebration
Fall 2023 will see the completion of the neighborhood World Celebration. It is the park’s hub and will be home to gardens that reflect seasonal changes. It will also be home to Communicore Plaza and Communicore Hall.
World Celebration will also anchor the park’s festivals like the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival and Festival of the Arts. Additionally, Communicore Hall will be the permanent home of the Mickey and Minnie Mouse meet and greet.
Dreamer’s Point Completed by Fall 2023
World Celebration will be home to Dreamer’s Point. This area is being called an “inspiring overlook” and will feature the Walt Disney statue “Walt the Dreamer,” shown first at the D23 Expo.
Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana
The outdoor experience, Journey of Water, inspired by Moana, will offer a chance to interact with water as it travels from the sky to the ocean and back again. While moving through the experience, guests will learn the importance of water and discover its “playful personality”- just as Moana did.
New Epcot Nighttime Spectacular
Finally, an all-new Epcot nighttime spectacular will debut later this year. The new show will feature music, pyrotechnics, lasers, lighting, and an original composition. It will also showcase selections from the Disney songbook.
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