Disney Park and Resort Photo Updates

Epcot’s Leave a Legacy Photo Tiles Now on Colorful Walls Outside of Park Entrance (Photos, Video)

Hi everyone!

Epcot’s Leave a Legacy program debuted in 1999 as part of the Millennium Celebration. It is hard to believe that was over 20 years ago now! The large sculptures are now gone from the entrance plaza and colorful walls holding the photo tiles have been installed outside of the park. Over a half million guests have their photos on the tiles, according to Disney. The tiles were either purchased outright or included with vacation packages. Here is a look at photos and video!

This is our video from a few days back.

The new location is in a parklike setting just outside the entrance. It includes flowers and benches.

The walls are pretty tall, probably several feet taller than I am (I am 5’4).


There is a QR code – it is pretty high too but my phone was able to pick it up.

This is my view looking up at the code.

Guests can find where their photo is this way.


Here is a look at what a portion of a panel looks like.

A Cast Member walks past them.


Here is a look back toward Spaceship Earth.

There are a rainbow of colors.

Guest tiles are in purple here.

I think I counted 8 benches. It is a nice, quiet area for sitting but without any shade.

There are walls on the other side of the entrance as well.


I love the newly designed entrance plaza for Epcot with the fountain that hearkens back to the original. My first year visiting Epcot was 1983 and I was never a big fan of the Leave a Legacy sculptures after they were added. The entrance plaza looks lovely now and the walls here make for a colorful entrance experience.