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PHOTOS: Fences Down Around Space 220 Restaurant at Mission: SPACE in EPCOT

A major milestone has been reached outside Space 220 at EPCOT, as fencing is now down around the restaurant.

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The changes aren’t visible from the courtyard of Mission: SPACE, where black curtains continue to hide the Space 220 entrance.

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While tape has been laid near the curtains, these are very likely to serve the extended queue of Mission: SPACE. Though if the restaurant is finally opening its doors soon, there is a possibility this could be part of the preparations.

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Next to the attraction, we can see that the fence is completely gone, leaving us a clear view of the trees and landscaping that surrounds the building.

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Through the shrubs, we can get a small glimpse of a paved pathway nearby with a themed lighting fixture.

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Whether this will serve as a guest entrance, emergency exit, or a service route is currently unknown, but it does have a somewhat tranquil feel to it.

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While they may not completely hide the show building, the trees sure help make the area look nice, and in a way, look up to the stars.

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While the restaurant has had its fair share of troubles, like losing its executive chef and multiple delays even before the COVID-19 pandemic paused most construction at Walt Disney World, some positive signs have come recently, including the installation of the sign in the courtyard. Currently, it’s expected to open sometime this winter.

Keep reading WDWNT for more coverage as Space 220 prepares to launch at EPCOT!

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