PHOTOS: Latest Progress on Epcot’s Ratatouille Attraction and Disney Skyliner Station

Last week, Disney started to clear the way for the entrance to the new Ratatouille sub-land in the France pavilion at Epcot. Work is progressing nicely, as you will see below.

You can see the show building for the Ratatouille ride in the background, with a Skyliner pillar towards the water’s edge.


The pavilion’s Eiffel Tower is looking less and less convincing these days given its surroundings.

 

As of right now, the targeted opening date of the Ratatouille attraction at Epcot is May 2020.

Meanwhile, across the water, work continues on Epcot’s Skyliner station at International Gateway.

No opening date has been given for the Disney Skyliner transportation system as of yet.

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Jones44
Jones44
3 years ago

Can’t wait to ride Ratatouille!

Antonio
Antonio
3 years ago

No air Conditioning they have been there long enough to know temperatures can go into double digits, you will see people jumping to th h.g eir deaths on this ride. That is stupid with all the money they make they should gave included some type of air Conditioning. Sad very sad Disney is turning in his crave .

jimmy
jimmy
2 years ago
Reply to  Antonio

The temperature is pretty much ALWAYS in “Double Digits” (10-99 Degrees) It’s rarely in Triple digits though and I don’t think it’s ever been in Single digits in Orlando. And whats a “Crave”?

Deborah Koss
3 years ago

The new Skylines not having Air Conditioning is going to be very uncomfortable when the temperatures or in the high 90’s+. Guests are not going to be very happy.

Mr. Disney
Mr. Disney
3 years ago

For the record, I am NOT turning in my grave, but I would appreciate it if someone could locate my head in Frozen Storage.

MikeM
MikeM
3 years ago

Can’t wait for the Ratatouille ride, but those skyliner towers are an eye sore and ruin the sight lines of the France pavilion.

Nick
Nick
2 years ago
Reply to  MikeM

The towers ruin the sight lines of everything around them, the stations are also very unattractive.

Billy
Billy
2 years ago
Reply to  Nick

YES AND YES. ;-(

dave
dave
2 years ago

Surely Disney will have to expand international gateway to allow for the increase in guests arriving. I can’t see how those god awful gondolas have ever been given approval!