Gusteau’s Sign Placed for Upcoming Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure – Opening this Summer at Epcot

Hi everyone!

A few days ago, the familiar Gusteau’s sign went up in advance of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, which opens this summer at Epcot. Nearly identical to the Walt Disney Studios Park ride at Disneyland Paris, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will make the France pavilion an even more popular destination in World Showcase. Here is a look at the sign plus a few more photos of the pavilion construction.

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I overheard someone at Epcot yesterday asking a Cast Member where the sign was, as she’d seen it online and was wanting to see it in person. So here is a look at the sign location. The sign can be currently viewed from the Friendship Boat area of the International Gateway – outside the gates of Epcot. You can also see it from the Disney Skyliner, though the sun wasn’t working in my favor yesterday when I took a ride.

Once Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure opens this summer and guests are in this area of the pavilion, it will be easier to see.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will be a trackless ride (like the nearly identical Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy at Disneyland Paris) and I actually quite enjoy the attraction.

There is also a new restaurant named La Crêperie de Paris that will open in this area of the pavilion. It will be both a counter service and table service restaurant.

Here is a look down from the Disney Skyliner.

The sun was a little harsh when I rode and gave a little extra glare to the cabin. But I always enjoy a ride on the Disney Skyliner and a view of the construction!

Here is a look at the facade from one angle.

And from back down on the ground.

On my last update of the France construction, I showed the fencing with the rat ( Remy?) motif. I was specifically looking since La Place de Rémy at Disneyland Paris (in Walt Disney Studios Park) features some fun nods to the film.

The Disney Skyliner is such a fun form of transporation and it’s even better that I can take a few photos of France while I am up there! Are you looking forward to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure?