PHOTOS: New Themed Directional Signage Added to Future World Construction Walls at EPCOT

New EPCOT Signage
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It’s no secret that EPCOT is going under a park-wide overhaul currently, and navigating the park can currently be a bit tough when every corner you turn there seems to be yet another construction wall, however, new directional signage has now been installed to make this task easier. The Future World construction wall is now the home of new, colorful and themed EPCOT signage that are a lot harder to miss than the previous signs.

New EPCOT Signage

New EPCOT Signage

The new eye-catching signage points to either side of the walkways to direct them to the different attractions and offerings throughout the park.

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It’s interesting to note that the new signage does not use the names of Future World East or West already, ahead of the renaming and introduction of the “World neighborhood” concepts that will be taking over. The green and aqua arrows leading to The Land and Seas pavilions correspond with the recent Moana-themed construction walls that were seen by the future Journey of Water site, and the red and pink arrows correspond with the Play! pavilion and the EPCOT Experience.

New EPCOT Signage

The signage showcases the pavilion logos that were brought back earlier this year.

New EPCOT Signage

Guests will go to the right for attractions such as Soarin’, Journey Into Imagination with Figment, and The Seas with Nemo and Friends, and to the left for attractions such as Test Track, Mission Space and to access the World Showcase and MouseGear.

New EPCOT Signage

New EPCOT Signage

Construction can be seen for the new EPCOT Festival pavilion which will be the new home of the park’s signature festivals and live events.

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The old directional signage still remains on the far sides, with the names Future World East and West and their respective attractions.

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