PHOTOS: New Future World West Directional Decals Added Onto Base of Spaceship Earth at EPCOT

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New directional decals and signage was added across the front of EPCOT near Spaceship Earth earlier this month. With the center of the park now totally blocked by construction walls and a new pathway to navigate, the new signs were added to help direct guests around the maze of EPCOT.

This morning, we saw two new decals were added that help direct guests to Future World West, which includes The Seas, The Land, Soarin’, and more.

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At the Camera Center, this large green decal was added that shows guests how to enter Future World West. This is similar to the red decal already added to the left side of Spaceship Earth.

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The sign calls out key attractions, such as Soarin’ Around the World.

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Like the red decal for Future World East, World Showcase is also listed. Both bypass walkways for Future World East and Future World West will eventually drop you off at World Showcase.

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Further down by the entrance of the walkway, a similar green decal has been added to the area just before the Future World West bypass.

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From here, you will traverse through the bypass and see further signage directing you to key attractions you can access this way.

Do the new decals help you understand the EPCOT maze? In the comments, let us know what you think about all the construction.

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Elise Dwight

At Walt Disney World, you can catch Elise perusing the Minnie Mouse ear selection or drinking a lapu lapu at the Poly. She has a lifelong fascination with all modes of Disney transport and is looking forward to trying her luck as a Disney bus driver when she retires in 2050. Contact Elise at [email protected]

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