PHOTOS: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Construction Update 7/13/19 (New Roof Details, Insulation and Wall Additions, ETC.)

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Progress is slow but steady over at the site of the upcoming attraction, “Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure” in the France pavilion at Epcot. Let’s see what’s changed since our last update.

You can see the facade for the attraction peeking over France. From a distance, not much seems to have changed. Let’s get a closer look.

The most obvious change is the insulation on some of the buildings.

This building, which we believe to be new restrooms (and maybe the crepe restaurant), has been completely wrapped in what appears to be an insulation material. It goes in-between the inner and outer walls, which means the finished outer wall can’t be too far away!

There are a couple of changes on the main facade, as well.

New black wall barrier has gone up over the yellow fire insulation which has been there for some time.

It looks like they’re doing some work on the slanted roof of the facade as well. The roofing on the left side appears to have some weathering effect on it already.

Also coming along nicely is the wall along the water way. Decorative molding is being installed along the whole length of the wall.

Looks like the walls are slightly curved in spaces, which might give guests an area to step aside and look at the views of International Gateway.

They’re doing a lot of work on the side of the Impressions de France show building as well, to make it look nice and pretty for the flood of new guests coming this way.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is slated to open next year, and we think it could be as early as April 2020. We’ll keep you updated on the project as we inch ever closer to the grand opening next year.

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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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