Here’s a pro tip: if you want new views of different construction projects, take a ride on Disney’s Skyliner! We hopped on this morning and were delighted to see all of the work going on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
First, we’re treated to views of the standard “go away green” color that they painted the building’s exterior with.
It is cool to see of the maintenance vehicles and materials for the project though, as that isn’t something we’re accustomed to seeing. Also, it’s really cute that they hung the “Opening Summer 2020!” Remy themed sign back here as well.
Then, you’re treated to the really nice views, the stuff going on behind all of the walls and scrims.
From this angle, we can see just far back into the pavilion this whole expansion has gone and how much room has been taken up. It also gives us some more frame of reference for where things are. You can see the facade work being done, in the distance. Behind that would be the entrance to the attraction and the show building. From there, we can see the construction work being done on the creperie and restaurant.
As we enter into Epcot, our last views are of the side of the pavilion, which includes the side alley that guests take to reach the entrance of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. We’re so excited to see all of the work being done and we seriously can’t wait for this new attraction to open!