The Epcot Experience Center at The Odyssey is just about ready for its grand opening on October 1st, but before it can open to all guests, it needs to finalize its glow-up. The mural featuring the pavilion’s new logo has finally been unveiled alongside multiple colorful additions, like chevrons painted along the planters and even new trash cans! (And here at Epcot, you know how much we love trash cans.) Let’s take a closer look at the newly re-done pavilion exterior:
Here’s an overall look at the pavilion, where you can see the new color scheme and mural.
This mural’s had quite a history as it was painted, painted over, and finally re-painted after being skewed over to the right. The final design wrapping around the wall looks great, though.
Taking in the pavilion from the opposite angle, you can see the blue and pink wall sections that were recently added, as well as the rainbow chevrons by the planters.
New signage features the latest rounded Epcot font, with matching blue undersides.
Also over on this side is a still-covered sign. We’re expecting this to be a sign for the center’s new “Walt Disney Imagineering presents the Epcot Experience” exhibit.
There’s another covered sign over on this side, too.
Currently, previews are being held exclusively for Epcot Cast Members through Sept. 30th. With some of the covers peeled off the windows, you can catch a glimpse inside. There’s some kind of Epcot sign with the new logo suspended within a futuristic structure.
And of course, we close out with the fan-favorite trash cans. Sporting the new Epcot logo and “Epcot blue” shade, these new trash and recycling cans are a great addition.
What do you think of The Odyssey pavilion’s new look? Will you be checking out the Walt Disney Imagineering presents the Epcot Experience?
2 thoughts on “PHOTOS: New Logo Mural and Themed Trash Cans Unveiled at The Odyssey Pavilion Ahead of Epcot Experience Center Opening”
Is it me or does Odyssey look more 80’s than when EPCOT opened in the early 80s? What’s old is new again!
There’s a lot to be excited about at Disney World but garbage cans… not so much
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