As more and more construction walls (themed or otherwise) seem to sprout throughout Future World at EPCOT, it’s becoming increasingly hard for guests and EPCOT fans alike to find their way throughout the park. To help alleviate this, new directional signs have been installed onto the construction walls surrounding the former area that comprised Fountain View Starbucks, Club Cool, and the Fountain of Nations.
Signs with quotes from Walt Disney are still hung up on some construction wall sections.
Over near the center of the wall, you have two signs leading guests to either Future World West or Future World East.
Over by Future World West, you can still find The Seas, Land, and Imagination! Pavilions, plus the new Epcot Character Spot, FastPass+ kiosks, and restrooms.
Over by Future World West, you can still find Mission: Space, Test Track, MouseGear, the Electric Umbrella, and the Family Play Zone playground.
Additional slots and arrow pointer wheels are available for any changes or new additions to the directory.
It’s also interesting to note that these signs feature the all-new EPCOT font, with rounded type. Depending on which sign you’re looking at, different points of interest will be listed. For example, this one lists World Showcase, which can be accessed right around the corner by MouseGear.
The walls extend out and around the Fountain of Nations by MouseGear, but so far, this walkway remains open so guests can easily reach World Showcase.
As a reminder, these construction walls precede the demolition work that will take place to make way for EPCOT’s new Festival Center and a portion of one of the new neighborhood concepts that will comprise the new EPCOT: World Celebration.
Other new directional signage that was recently installed in Future World includes a sleek new backlit sign in The Seas pavilion, featuring the old The Living Seas logo. You can check out that gorgeous new addition (at least for Epcot enthusiasts like me) here.
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I wonder how long they will keep the name “Future world”. Probably soon, because the imagination pavilion totaly fits in with world nature.
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