This is a Ratatouille Construction Update Epcot March 2018. As you know, your favorite animated rat is coming to the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase, and he’s only bringing the fantastic attraction from Disneyland Paris, but also an entire pavilion renovation. The construction for the France Pavilion expansion is going on behind the Morocco Pavilion and it looks like the land has been all cleared off and ready to start building up.
As always @Bioreconstruct got some great aerial shots above Epcot so let’s take a look how the construction progress is going here.
In this shot you can see the concrete foundations starting to go into the ground where the Ratatouille attraction will be:
In the center of the shot you can see the back end of the France Pavilion Expansion, and where the Ratatouille attraction will be. The new pavilion will wrap around the existing buildings in France to a long beautiful corridor, leading up to the attraction:
Where the yellow arrows are indicated is the location of the Disney Skyliner station in Epcot. The bottom arrow is where the Skyliner is coming from the Disney Riviera Resort, offering amazing views of the France pavilion, especially at night! The top arrow is the final landing platform of the station where guests will disembark/embark:
This is what the France Pavilion will look like when complete:
The construction of the Ratatouille attraction and the France Pavilion expansion will take some time to complete. Disney hasn’t given a date yet but don’t expect anything before 2020.
Don’t forget to check out my latest Disney World Construction Updates including: Guardians of the Galaxy Coaster in Epcot, Disney Skyliner/Gondola, Toy Story Land Construction Update and Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Construction Update too!
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