Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Single Rider, Fastpass & Street Signage Added to Epcot France Expansion
Signage is up for Single Rider, Fastpass and Standby at the upcoming Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot, along with “Rue Auguste Gusteau” and “Allée Des Marchands” (alley of the merchants) signs also in the France expansion. It is exciting to see the area coming together!
You can see below “Rue Auguste Gusteau” (Rue is street), named after the chef in the Disney-Pixar film Ratatouille.
We will see more of that signage below, but here is the Single Rider, Fastpass+ and then the Standby sign can be seen a bit on the right hand side. Fastpass+ is not being used in the parks right now but I expect that is temporary. Single rider wouldn’t be used currently either, but it is very helpful at Disneyland Paris when filling that third spot in the vehicle.
The signage looks really like the Disneyland Paris attraction except that Fastpass+ is on the left side at Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy (Walt Disney Studios Paris) and Single Riders is located in the center.
Allée Des Marchands intersects with Rue Auguste Gusteau.
Here are more photos from today.
The lights were on but the Remy fountain was not testing.
The pavement looks like it is still being worked on.
The area is looking really great.
The butterfly floral is in full bloom and offered a pop of color to this view.
The Gusteau’s sign went up before the closure in March.
From the ground, the street sign can be seen.
La Crêperie de Paris will serve up counter and table service fare. Today Chef’s de France reopened, I look forward to when all the restaurants in the pavilion can be open.
One last look down into France.
The expansion was scheduled to open in summer 2020, there was signage to that extent back in March but then the pandemic changed things. There is no date yet for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure or the rest of this upcoming area, but I do look forward to when it is open.