We stopped at Epcot yesterday for a few hours, and have photos from the International Gateway and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure construction. (Before that, we had gone to Disney’s Riviera Resort and have an article with photos there too.)
The last time we’d gone through the International Gateway was about a month ago, just before our Disneyland trip. A lot has changed since then!
The ticket booth here opened on the last day we visited.
The Disney Skyliner gondolas were unwrapped here a few weeks ago but were not moving on our way in or out.
The construction for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is moving quickly.
There is another building nearby that was not there a month ago, I am not sure what that is (restrooms possibly).
I am looking forward to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure opening here, I enjoy it at Disneyland Paris.
The Disney Skyliner station is behind the wall.
The entrance to Epcot here now resembles a hedge maze. The Friendship Boats are on the right.
To the left was the way to Epcot.
A sign points right.
And the last walled leg of the entrance is here.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse are shown to commemorate Illuminations: Reflections of Earth ending.
The Ratatouille themed gondola was near France.
We found Maleficent at the International Gateway, it seems like she may have been out for just one set. It was quite the surprise!
Looking back at the temporary entrance to the International Gateway.
Disney Skyliner gondolas were in the station.
And later, we headed back through on the way out.
Signage is here for guests.
Disney Skyliner gondolas can be seen in the distance.
This is how it looks on the way out.
And through the Friendship Boat building.
It will be interesting to see how the International Gateway looks when finished and there is never too much of France for me. The Disney Skyliner is scheduled to open in fall, and that is getting closer quickly. We will be back at Epcot soon to show more from the park!