PHOTOS: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot – Construction Update 7/30/19 (Facade Takes Shape, Impressions de France Work, New Brick Wall)

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Let’s scurry on over to the France pavilion at Epcot and see how construction is coming on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, the new attraction slated to open next year.

There are some definite changes since our last update.

The roof on (what we believe to be) the new restroom building is coming along nicely. It’s been covered completely in metal sheeting.

At this rate, this building might be the first one finished (at least on the outside.)

The main attraction facade is completely covered in various types of insulation now. The next step will be to start adding the walls and faux brickwork and such.

Speaking of bricks, they’ve added a pretty believable brick pattern to the outer wall.

This wall will extend along the water back towards where guests will enter the area. The wall is visible from International Gateway, which is why they’re bothering to theme it.

They’re putting up some new wall coating on the side of the Impressions de France show building.

About half of the outer wall seems to be finished. The sections closest to the rest of the France pavilion still need their brickwork.

As you can see from the official concept art Disney showed off at the D23 Convention back in 2017, the final product looks to be pretty close to the concept!

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is a copy of “Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy”, the original attraction at Walt Disney Studios in Disneyland Paris. It’s scheduled to open sometime next spring, possibly as early as April. We’ll keep you updated as the project continues into next year!

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