PHOTOS: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot – Construction Update 5/20/19

Things are moving along at a steady pace in the France pavilion on “Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure”, the new attraction coming to Epcot next year. We recently told you how the attraction is progressing ahead of schedule, and looking at the construction site today, that would certainly seem to be the case. Quite a bit has changed since our last major update, so let’s take a look.

Work on the facade for the attraction is really starting to come together. You can see the outlines of the Parisian rooftops and the windows on the buildings. It appears as thought the framing is finished, as they’ve started adding insulation to the walls. It should all match the look of the rest of the pavilion when it’s finished.

The way guests will enter to the new area will be along this pathway between the current pavilion and the waterway. Part of this area was previously accessible to guests, but was closed off back in November.

There was a flurry of activity this morning along that pathway. They’re building new walls and such, as well as laying new concrete.

The Disney Skyliner makes an interesting addition to the view. I’m curious to see how it looks once you’re inside the new area.

This is probably the most heavy construction equipment I’ve seen in the area in some time. There are several cherry-pickers and dirt movers all at work at the same time.

This concrete structure at center has popped up rather quickly in the last month.

I’m not sure what building this will be, but it’s visible in the original concept art Disney shared with us almost two years ago at D23.

Are you excited for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure? Have you ever been on the original attraction at Disney Studios in France? Let us know!

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  1. Rode this ride at Disney Studios Paris. Terrific ride. Very exciting & lots of special effects. This will be a big hit in Florida.

  2. Always fun to watch the construction, but this will definitely be a “one and done” ride for me. Ride it once to say I did, but I doubt I’ll ever feel the urge to go back. I do not like the film, and personally feel that it’s an odd choice to base a ride on such a lackluster and dull film.

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