PHOTOS: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot – Construction Update 6/13/19

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It’s been a minute since our last construction update for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, the new attraction coming to the France pavilion at Epcot. As we know, they’re aiming to finish this up in time for next spring. Let’s see what progress has been made.

The most obvious change in the last couple weeks is that the facade is now almost completely yellow! They’ve covered most of the building in insulation. If experience tells me anything, where insulation is, the final walls are soon to follow.

You can see the new facade just peeking over the top of the current France pavilion.

It’s pretty obvious now, with the yellow. Once it’s finished, it should blend seamlessly into the skyline.

Walls were recently pushed back again in this garden area (near where Aurora and Belle meet). The back doors to the shops over here are finally accessible again. This is the pathway that will lead guests back behind the current pavilion to the new Ratatouille-themed area.

Guests will follow this path along the water. New walls and such are being constructed along here.

This structure (which appeared rather recently) is likely the new restroom facilities. Crews have been working in this area pretty consistently over the last few weeks.

I’m really looking forward to seeing how this area comes together. It already looks like Paris, and the walls aren’t even finished yet!

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is scheduled to open in the France Pavilion at Epcot Spring 2020. The attraction is a replica of the similarly-titled ride at Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris. You can see our tour of the area surrounding the original attraction in our video here (at about the 13 minute mark).

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Henry Taylor

Henry has been a Disney fan essentially since birth, and enjoys all things theme park related. He lives in Orlando, FL with his wife and pet dog.

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