PHOTOS: New Wrought Iron Entrance Archway Installed at the France Pavilion Expansion in EPCOT

As work continues throughout the France Pavilion on its massive expansion for the arrival of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, new details are being added every day. Today, we saw a beautiful wrought iron archway installed at the entrance to the pavilion expansion, complete with a covered-up sign.

The archway is comprised of four wrought-iron posts in Art Nouveau style as seen throughout the rest of the pavilion.

Contractors oversaw the process of placing the top of the archway over the four vertical supports.

Work continues on the rest of the pavilion, where buildings are being painted and windows are getting shutters.

A closer look at the fountain even reveals some rats along the molded bases. The famed champagne bottle spouts have yet to appear, however.

Here we even have a look at the entrance to the Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction itself.

We assume further signage will be installed here in the coming weeks, either on or above the wrought iron awnings being constructed.

What do you think of the new details being added to the France Pavilion expansion ahead of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure?

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Eric
1 year ago

Very nice ! Love to see updates on the France pavilion it looks cool. The only thing I don’t like is the 2D flat facade that is visible from other parts of Epcot – My hope Is that they will add some fake Trees on both ends so this way it will not be visible (as it looks very flat from the first bridge near the back entrance of Epcot)