PHOTOS: EPCOT Future World Construction Updates 3/9/20 (Mouse Gear Demolition, Guardians of the Galaxy Solar Panels, Innoventions West, and More)

Work on the various projects around EPCOT’s Future World continue to progress in various stages. Today, we took a look at some of the notable changes.

The breezeway between Mouse Gear and Electric Umbrella is currently being used for some storage of materials.

Back near the rear entrance to Mouse Gear, guests can still see clear through the building to the other side.

From the front, most of the interior decorative elements are now gone from the store.

Across the courtyard, work remains nearly stationary at Innoventions West.

Planters outside of Innoventions West have all been cleared from all trees and shrubs that used to inhabit them.

No visible changes have occurred over at Electric Umbrella since our last look at the site.

Over behind the former site of Club Cool and Fountainview Cafe, walls have gone up blocking access to the former site of several festival booths. This area featured food booths during the Food & Wine Festival and was also home to some vendors during the Festival of the Arts.

Benches and trash cans now block off access to the area on the far side.

Over on the east side of the park, work continues at the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind site.

Work has also begun in earnest to start installing the solar panels that will inhabit the roof of this building.

Paint has also been applied to this section of the show building that was recently patched.

Over at the Play! pavilion, workers were busy with roof work.

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Jeff W
Jeff W
1 year ago

They are destroying EPCOT! I see the 2 beautiful Phoenix reclinata / Senegal Date Palms that were located behind Spaceship earth were chopped down and destroyed! This is very disappointing to see, So many other places on property that they could have been moved to.

Aaron
Aaron
1 year ago
Reply to  Jeff W

I like the direction they’re headed in with EPCOT. It’s going to be a much more cohesive, interesting, and appealing park after the renovations are complete.