PHOTOS: New Directional Signage Added As EPCOT Closes Entire Center of the Park

Construction is taking over more pathways at EPCOT. Beginning tomorrow (February 16), the center of Future World will be walled off, meaning guests will have to choose between routes to Future World East or Future World West closer to the EPCOT entrance.

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Next to the Pluto meet and greet area just inside the right side of the park, you’ll see the entrance to The Seas bypass.

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Decals pointing guests towards the appropriate pavilions are displayed at the top and sides of the entrance. Those looking to head over to what remains of Future World East should follow the red arrow to that bypass walkway.

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To help guests decide which route to take, directional signage highlights the attractions found at Future World West.

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As usual, go left to see Future World East to see Mission: SPACE and visit MouseGear.

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Traversing through the bypass, there is further signage directing you to key attractions. Using the Future World East bypass will take you to the area near the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind building that’s currently under construction.

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If we were to instead go to Future World West, we’d continue along the bypass where we’ll soon see Moana – Journey of Water. From there, you can visit the Seas and the Land.

Which adventure would you pick: the more laid-back Future World West or fast-paced Future World East?

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