Work on the France Pavilion’s expansion at EPCOT continues, with small details being added and altered every day.
After awnings were added to the exterior of La Creperie de Paris, a final awning has been added above the entrance.
The cobblestone street is currently blocked off with cones, while a construction vehicle is parked nearby.
One gray stone slab to the bottom right is darker than the rest. We previously saw it surrounded by its own cones and caution tape.
A similar stone between two trees on the left now appears lighter.
Some of the windows on the blue building have flower boxes, though no flowers yet.
A worker was standing in front of what looks to be new signage to the right of the entrance to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
Stanchions are visible in the ground around the courtyard’s fountain.
We recently saw lights on in the covered exterior queue.
In fact, it looked like lights were on near the attraction’s entrance.
Imagineer Zach Riddley shared a first look at the attraction’s future sign, which he described as a finishing touch to the expansion’s exterior. There are rumors that the ride itself is nowhere near completion and will not open in 2020.
There have been no major changes near the future restrooms.
There was a worker on a ladder near the entrance to the expansion.
Another worker was next to the entrance archway.
Though Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure may not open this year, it does look as though the exterior of the France Pavilion’s expansion will be complete soon. Are you looking forward to walking these new streets? Let us know in the comments.