PHOTOS: Construction Walls Erected Around Former Innoventions West Character Spot at EPCOT

Character Spot Contruction Walls
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It’s certainly no secret that EPCOT is going under an impressive overhaul currently––even if it wasn’t publicized, the maze of construction walls and closures are becoming increasingly more complicated to navigate. Today’s update on the evolution of EPCOT brings yet another area blocked off by the sad sight of construction walls around the former Character Spot, the former home of Mickey Mouse and friends.

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

The assembly of these walls begins the second phase of the demolition of Innoventions West, now that the buildings that once held Club Cool and Fountain View have been fully demolished.

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

With the sight of another construction wall, the hole in our hearts gets slightly bigger for the former EPCOT.

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Character Spot Contruction Walls

Thankfully, the characters that used to call the Character Spot home are still meeting at various locations throughout the park, so you can still meet all of your Disney favorites while visiting EPCOT.

You can check out more EPCOT construction updates here:

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