PHOTO REPORT: EPCOT 1/27/20 (New “Park Life” OtterBox Phone Case, Construction Walls Erected at Mission Space, Daisy Strikes a Pose, and More)

A big hello from EPCOT! With the start of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, there’s so much happening around the park. Let’s see what we can find.

At Pin Central, we spotted a new Otterbox phone case. It fits right in with the Park Life merchandise collection, featuring the same artwork of Mickey and his pals exploring the parks. It costs $59.99.

Disney Skyliner popcorn buckets are now available at the front of the park, so there’s no need to hoof it back to The American Adventure pavilion to get one.

We found a few things of interest in MouseGear. We came across a new addition to the Park Pals collection: Cheshire Cat!

We found a Minnie-inspired reversible tote bag. One side is red with a black bow, and the other side is black with a red bow.

Minnie’s signature is at the bottom of the bag. It’s $44.99.

This fun blue and white pen features vintage artwork of the Fab Five and allows you to switch ink colors. It’s $9.99.

Captain America fans will be excited to see this t-shirt. This soft blue shirt has a sketched version of the superhero’s emblem in the center. It’s $24.99.

We ran into Daisy outside of MouseGear, and she was serving some looks.

Construction walls have gone up outside Mission: SPACE as construction continues on Space 220 Restaurant.

With EPCOT International Festival of the Arts going on, there’s so many great places for photos around the park, such as the butterfly wall by the Imagination! pavilion. 

Over by The Seas with Nemo & Friends, there’s an area designated for sidewalk chalk art.

We were told by a Cast Member that a young boy drew this portrait of his family meeting Goofy.

At International Gateway, Cinderella’s step-sisters Drizella and Anastasia showed off their ball gowns to anyone who would look.

At the France pavilion, work continues on Remi’s Ratatouille Adventure and the surrounding area expansion. 

Theming elements, such as the shutters and balconies, have been added to building fronts.

The new Gusteau’s Restaurant signage sits in front of the Paris cityscape facade.

Sergio, the Italy pavilion’s resident street performer, was showing off his paintbrush juggling skills in honor of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts.

Over at the Germany pavilion, we gained a travel buddy for part of our trip around World Showcase. 

At Disney Traders, we came across a new youth “Sleeping Beauty” top. The hot pink top shows Aurora dancing with Owl in the forest. The text reads, “My friends sing and dance.” It’s $24.99.

Well, that finishes our day here at EPCOT! Thanks for following along. Make sure to check WDW News Today to stay up to date with everything happening at Walt Disney World.

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